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... has the foundations remaining, what a shame they have only decided to preserve a few areas for such an amazing part of China's heritage. That said it is incredible and we have some fantastic photos. Once we are back down we calculate it had taken just under 2.5 hours to get up and back down again. An unexpected endurance challenge! No wonder you can buy certificates or medals congratulations you on climbing the Great Wall. We purchase a medal, in fact we buy 2 ...
... concrete outside. The current owner had many birds and rabbits in cages, plants, flowers and chairs arranged here for a welcoming patio look. The south facing rooms and the warmest were typically the bedrooms of the most senior couple owning the home. This would be parents or grandparents.
North facing rooms and the coolest, belonged to the sons in the family, whereas the girls were given bedrooms on the east or west side. A kitchen, and common area or ...
... seems that the Chinese love to sing and dance in parks. There were several people performing. It was fun to sit and watch the performers, even though we didn’t understand the lyrics.
On our way to dinner we stopped at the “Bird Nest” at the site of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Talk about a unique building. On the plaza locals were flying kites and having fun. We encountered a really unique concert on the plaza. ...
... accommodation, but Mark (the guy who runs the apart-hotel where we were staying) wasn't available until the evening to see us about getting the form. Since we couldn't handle the Visa situation that day and had already spent most of the day in the apartment trying to figure everything out we made our way back to the hutongs and grabbed some lunch/dinner at a western themed vegan restaurant. On the way to the restaurant we encountered a ...
... of it as I could. When I felt comfortable enough with the melodies, I hummed a little too, but that was about as far as I could go with that.
The thing with Chinese opera as opposed to Western opera is that they both have very different vocal techniques. Kunqu and Peking opera both use a high larynx and sing directly from the throat, creating a smaller and more nasal sound. Western opera is focused on open vowels with the larynx down and sort of focusing on singing out of ...