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... a famous temple, which is considered to be a central part of the Chinese Buddhist faith. It is the site where a famous Buddhist monk returned to once he had travelled to India to collect famous Buddhist Scriptures and then returned them to China, risking his own life not only as it was a perilous journey but also because he was a political fugitive at the time. Nonetheless he returned successful and bought the famous scripture back and taught it to others playing a ...
... with a massive photograph behind us. We definitely spent the longest in this pit, taking photos from every and all available angles.
After that nothing could top it and the 20-minute documentary film on the history of the emperor, the army and its discovery certainly didn't. Lady Zha Zha acknowledged that it was 20 years old but the English language voice over was by a man so nasally post it could have been 120 years old. There was compensation of sorts in ...
... dynasties, the roles of men and women, the significance and symbolism behind different arts works, etc. At the end of our museum tour we were given a brief calligraphy lesson (writing is really an art, down to the way that you hold the brush).
At the end of our tour, we were sent off into the square that encapsulated the Wild Goose Pagoda. Although we could not get ...
Our first stop after breakfast was the Bank of China, Gordon wanted to change $HK to Yuan. We pass the armed guards outside and headed in. The lady on reception spoke some english and completed the first part of the transaction. Gordon signed the form and was given a deli ticket and we headed to a seating area to wait for number to come up. "1062 to counter 11" was announced ...
... in 1974 by a local farmer. Today he was sitting in the gift shop outside the main pit #3, signing copies of the official guide book. My guide told me that when Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton visited the terracotta warriors in 1998, they asked the farmer for his autograph but as he could not write, he drew 3 circles. Apparently, it was Bill who suggested that the farmer be taught to read and write so that he ...