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... cutting with a small pair of scissors. Within a few minutes, he had created a really nice cutout of two horses galloping. His studio was downstairs, and here we saw much larger and far more intricate works. We even bought one.
Many of the items on display at the institute were not for sale. A full elephant tusk had been transformed into a beautiful ivory sculpture of people, animals, and gardens. It was worthy of display in any museum worldwide. ...
... to make it very suave and western. Probably not worth the visit as its all a bit contrived, but if you want a Starbucks and a pizza, you can find it there. If you can judge a city in five hours, then Shanghai was pretty alright. We're in Beijing now. It's mid autumn festival tonight so we're going to go eat some Peking duck and look at the full moon whilst eating a moon cake. Ciao for now happy campers. ...
... hotel before getting back on the bus for dinner and a short ride to an auditorium for the Shanghai Acrobatic Show. It was a kind of cross bewteen the circus and the Ed Sullivan show, with unicycling jugglers, wire walkers, contortionists, acrobatic teams, and a 21-plate-spinning, knife-throwing specialist with his comedic side-kick. They were all well-practised and polished, and performed their feats effortlessly. An hour and a half long, with no intermission... ...
... and acrobatic skill and strength of the troupe. Except for one man, they all look like they’re preteens or midteens. Their age does not detract from the nearly flawless performance we watch. It is interesting to see the look of relief on their young faces when they execute their stunts perfectly. Hmmmmm….Anyway, after the show, we all load up on the bus and head back to the hotel. It has been a LONG day. To pack tonight and to rest---we fly home ...
... br> closed and there was only one dancing couple to watch, we decided to take a cab
to the Bund. We arrived at eleven, and this also happens to be the time when all the lights are switched off. As we stepped out of the cab, the lights went out from one building to the next. I
can tell you this is quite a sight! The buildings across the water were still
lit up and offered a nice view to enjoy with the pleasantly warm wind blowing
back my hair. I felt that I ...