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... the bone, this is going to be a challenge, especially for Ian who DOES NOT do meat on bones. Kate gives it a go. Ian tries his best but mainly sticks to the vegetables. We are both put off when Kate stirs the chicken and a chicken's head and beak floats to the top. At that point we decide we are done! We do order dessert. Ian has read that the bread and ice cream dessert should not be missed. A square block of bread arrives with a large scoop of ice cream on the top. ...
... a young family. The children were safely munching on fresh fruit but wanted to watch as Robert enjoyed his treats. Robert shared some spider with the mom who was also curious about these exotic snacks. Needless to say I photographed this adventure but had no interest in trying it myself. My stomach was doing flip flops just watching Robert with his bounty!
The next day Robert did not seem to suffer any ill effects, and we continued on our Asia tour. Next stop-Hong ...
... around me. At each stop I would be pushed into the small gaps left by passengers that had departed the bus. Eventually we arrived at our stop and I leapt for the fresh air of Beijing.
The guide led me to a point just across the street from Tiananmen Square that was blocked off and a group of policemen were managing the automotive and human traffic. In front of me were a few hundred Chinese people from all over China with an occasional group of ...
... we now had a lot more time to see the city and didn't have to rush through all the attractions in the next few days. We made our way to Tiananmen Square and walked around there for a while. It was an interesting feeling to stand there knowing all the history behind the square and all the people who lost their lives in the 1989 protests. From the square we went to the National Museum just east of it, but weren't able to get in because we needed ID and ...
... butchering his name I'm sure) who was very kind and welcoming. We decided to come to a concert later in the evening, so we left and had dinner at another Western restaurant, which was delicious, but I find it humorous that I've had more pizza in the past week and a half in China than I've had in the past year in the States.
We were back at the studio in time for the concert, which consisted of one of the zither teachers, an advanced student, and Ru Sha as well. This type ...