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... Yi Jing, The Book of Changes), Taoism, Confucianism, Feng Shui, even Tai Chi. Every pattern, color, form, ornament and texture in the Forbidden City holds meaning, alluding to power and exclusiveness of the emperor, the king of heaven.
Each structure was given a name to glorify the emperor: Gate of Divine Might, West Glorious Gate, East Glorious Gate, Gate of Supreme Harmony, Hall of Military Eminence, Hall of Literary Glory, Palace of ...
... and concubines. Those palaces have been converted into exhibition halls, where a spectacular set of imperial collections is displayed. Exiting and going further north, travelers will find the Imperial Garden. The garden offers an aesthetic change from the crimson and gray building complex to a colorful and luxuriant atmosphere. On the left side of the inner court, travelers will find the Mental Cultivation Hall (Yangxindian), the most important ...
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Sunday morning. I hardly slept during the flight which made it possible to
fiiiiiiiiinally see the movie I was told to see: V for Vendetta (for the ones
who didn’t see it yet, I recommend it!) I left the plane and was suddenly
catapulted in a whole different world, although, the humidity and the smell
reminded me at the time I got off the plane in ...
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... join in the bat and ball for a couple of minutes before I realize they want me to buy a set. Beijing really does have value for money museums and sights (somewhere between €2-€5 each). This afternoon I'm at the Lama temple. There are plenty of worshipers burning incense and the amount of smoke is enough to put the fire service on alert. People offer up flowers, rice, fruit (including half a water melon) and even a bag of ...