Travel Blogs from Yingkou
... I was quite satisfied with the outcome, given the fact that of distance and that I was not involved with any of the construction phase. My central waterfeature was running well and this gave a real heartbeat/living feel to the centre of my design. Many local chinese visitors were visting my space and interacting with the waterfeature, touching it and taking photos. I started to to take some images for reference and given Murphys Law always wanting ...
... in exchange for tools, draft animals, seeds, etc. Aside from growing the quota though, a farming family can grow and sell any crops they wish with the land they've leased.
I have been intrigued by the large amount of organic produce available here. I've learned that the Chinese government actually pushes organic farming for food safety and health benefits, as well as for profit to be made by exporting in demand ...
... the temple and all the other Buddha statues too! “Happy Buddha” was a particular favorite.
Qianshan National Park was equally impressive but for very different reason. Located in the beautiful, precious Qianshan mountain range, the area of the Park has a long history of religious worship dating back to the Tang dynasty of China. On our way up to a peak, we passed dozens of different ...
We arrived in Beijing five days ago. On Sunday KC and I had lunch with the editor in chief of the China Economic Herald, Mr. Mo Xin-yuan. That paper is owned by the Communist Party, but is the equivalent of the Wall Street Journal. I also met a Research Fellow from the China Securities Regulatory Commission and someone from the China Association of Chief Financial Officers. They man with CSRC is very interested in American securities law and private placements. I ...
... I know I've drunk enough beer. Someone took us out to dinner about every night; either Foreign Affairs officials or local businessmen and they LOVE to give toasts and you have to chug after every toast or it is very insulting. I swear they drink like fish and I'm growing gills! By the way, the Communist Party Convention began yesterday at our hotel. We are the only foreigners left in the hotel and all long distance lines were shut ...
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Downtown, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $35
North of Kunlun Main Street, Bayuquan District, Yingkou | 4 star hotelfrom $28
Downtown, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $45
No.4 West Xuefu Road, Zhanqian District, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $28
No.1 East Xinxing Streeet, Zhanqian District, Yingkou | 4 star hotelfrom $48
No.51 Children's Palace Li, Zhanqian District, Yingkou | Hotelfrom $22