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... remains the main Confucius temple. It houses many relics and an alter and statue to Confucius. While Confucius is not worshipped as a god he is revered as the greatest teacher of China.
After visiting the temple we went to the Confucius mansion. Confucius never lived here but his family generations after him did. The mansion is a set up of many different buildings and walkways that lead ...
... melting from the heat.
Caroline skillfully managed to flag down 2 more taxis that drove us through the city (thankfully) to our next location – the Cultural Site of Han Dynasty in Xuzhou. After a much-needed food break at the local KFC, we entered the Chu Prince Mausoleum; a giant, caverned catacomb / tomb where about 2000 pieces of historic relics have been unearthed.
The other exhibits on this property were well spread and it was ...
... a drink in the Bike and coffee shop inside the city wall, before going to the Shangri-La for a drink (we are staying in the Jinjiang Inn 100 yards down the road. We had a funny incident where we asked the manager to write down 'mosque' and when we got in the taxi we discovered he had written 'Moscow' instead! We eventually got to the mosque and ate in a courtyard 'cafe' to give it a grand name, in a hutong.
... down. Kyle Lawson our Repiano Cornet was so ill that he was admitted to hospital for observation after contracting a virus. He missed the concert and his seat was filled very capably by Raynor Martin. 3rd 3rd Cornet to Rep is a serious promotion and a big gig to sightread! One of the most poignant moments in our programme is a cornet trio in West Side Story (Somewhere) between the Repiano, Solo Cornet and 2nd Cornet. Every night we get to hear this played by ...
... he asked a 5 year old boy from the audience t conduct the William Tell Overture (from letter K - sorry Adrien Raven).
Out hosts tell us that Chinese audiences love comedy, opera and ballet so a Brass Band is not on their radar at all. This explains to some extent the reserved audiences and I guess to some extent the small number of people attending (approx. 400 tonight).
Monday and Tuesday are likely to be the most challenging of ...