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... as everything is open seven days a week (apart from the Forbidden City) and there did not seem to be a very well defined rush hour in either Beijing or Shanghai on any day of the week. But on a Sunday there are more couples around with their child. A mixture of financial inducements, lack of spacious housing and peer pressure seems to make the one child per couple policy stick even though the rules have been relaxed a little recently. Quote from Wikipedia "In 2012, for ...
... because of this fecking cold just compounded things. I made it to the halfway point before deciding enough was enough – I was stumbling on the stairs and didn’t feel like dying.
Amy & the guide continued on since neither we particularly winded, while I sat and tried to calm myself down a bit. Even at the halfway point the views were stunning, so I wasn’t too disappointed I ...
... century AD, its hills were already inspiring poets. Under the Ming, it emerged as a provincial capital, a position lost in 1914 to Nanning. Guilin today is a tidy tourist city, with about ten parks enclosing some fine peaks and limestone caves. Guilin means "Osmanthus Forest" and has an avenue of these sweet scented trees along the riverside Binjiang Lu.
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... of turban around their heads and they have a different style of doing that depending of whether they are single, married without children or married with children. In this village we had a look around and then attended a so-called long hair show. This sounds a lot scarier than it actually was. The ladies from the village just performed some folk dances, some folk songs, showed how they plant and harvest rice and finally showed how long their hair is and how they make their hairstyle. ...
... This is just the kind of thing you have to put up with in China. Back in the city I wandered into some camera shops to have a look at prices for replacing my camera. It seemed like store assistants would avoid me and if I approached a counter I would get a terrible look of fear that I might actually want to buy something. Back on the street and as I was already mentally giving the whole country the middle finger I particularly ...