Nei Meng Gu Hotel
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... than 21 million, occupies the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region between Mongolia and northern China.
3. The Tibetans, or Zang, have a population of 2.2 million and live in the Tibet Autonomous Region and Qinghai Province.
4. The Hui, or Muslims, is a religious group of more than 4 million that occupies the Ningxia Huizu Autonomous Region.
5. The Zhuang (42 million) occupy the Guangxi Zhangzu Autonomous Region.
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... absolutely superb. It was 1.5 hours of uninterrupted action - act after act of great performances. The strength, balance and dexterity of the performers was spectacular. Their ability to move their bodies and hold amazing amount of weight at odd angles was unbelievable. We were kept entertained for the entire show and were able to understand everything as there was no speaking. It was an excellent way to spend an evening.
... ik eindelijk in China was. Een van de dingen die ik op mijn bucketlist heb staan, is het lopen op de Chinese Muur. Op de een of andere manier heb ik dit altijd willen doen. Behalve dat ben ik altijd erg benieuwd geweest naar China. De grootste groep aardbewoners zijn Chinezen (1,3 miljard mensenn), maar het is een groep die altijd voor mij mysterieus blijft.
Als je eenmaal het treinstation uitkomt krijg je met de eerste culturshock te maken. Het ...
... stores mmmm one day but not sure if I would ever drive in Beijing unless I was in a tank.
After wondering for a couple of hours we decided to get food we entered a place with a sign on the window Beijing Duck, So tonight had to be Chinese night. Going in not knowing if we would understand anyone or know what we was ordering, We had a wonderful mea lwith chopsticks for wait for it £13.60.
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... it is hard to meet them all, but we do strike up a friendship with a hardened British traveller named Trevor, who has been on the road for a year or more. He is planning to head into the difficult-to-get-to west of China and spends a lot of his time planning his next move. We also meet David, a retired architect from Austin Texas. He is the funniest guy, with a dry, self-deprecating sense of humour and a sharp wit. We hit it off with him quickly and, as he ...