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... life. The only bad thing about China is that I have to leave it before I'm ready, but I'll be back.
Coming to China has been one of the best experiences in my life. It was really wonderful to visit a country like China. China wasn't what I expected because most of the things in China are very different than back home. I really enjoyed my time in China because I went to different places and had the chance to learn more about the ...
... many kebab grills billowing smoke and delicious-looking arrays of flatbreads, with designs baked onto the surface. Stalls selling freshly pressed pomegranate juice and intriguing golden-yellow slices of some kind of translucent pudding.(Pumpkin/red bean I later discovered...and sadly not as nice as it looked) More stalls selling multiple trinkets, many Terracotta Army related as well as ancient-seeming antiques, probably freshly made. X'ian has had a Muslim community for hundreds ...
... Chinese students could play with us. When we got hot we sat in the VIP room.
Overall, despite some culture shock and surprises, I can tell that the teachers at Tie Yi are going out of their way to make this experience as rewarding as possible for us. Everyone is very warm and welcoming. Hopefully, all of us will get over our jetlag soon.
Written by Caitlin Battle-Mcdonald
... data about it.
i am not uploading too many pics of the warriors - you can see last years blog for that.
but we had a great and very hot day - dont ask why i was wearing a cardigan - again i just felt like i fitted in better ahahahah it was over 30 degrees!
After getting back to the centre of Xi'an, we went shopping in the market by the city walls south gate. There are many artist shops and ...
... to stop the corrosion is found.
The sites are fascinating to see and give a real glimpse into the past. The craftsmanship required to build and sculpt the warriors, horses and carts can really be appreciated when seen up close and how varied and detailed each individual warrior is. The general multitude really takes affect when seen in mass and how huge these under earth chambers must have been, and how much ...