Wu Gong Hotel
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... on the People's Square and was rebuilt in 1996. Although the building is new, everything within the museum is ancient, and I mean ancient! We started on the fourth floor in our own amazing race to see all we could see in our allotted time. We spent considerable time learning about the 50+ nationalities that make up the People's Republic of China. The collection of ceremonial dress, masks, and other items of everyday life were ...
It is hot. Actually it is the hottest summer ever in Shanhai at least since they measure the temperature for statistics. For about a month or more it is around 40 degree and the temperature is not dropping. Even at night we have for sure 30 till 35 degree.
I always thought that I was a person that could hardly sweat. Even in a sauna it takes me 5 minutes to warm up until a first sweat drop is building up. Here it takes a while as well but even I have the ...
... the late Ming Dynasty, it became very dilapidated with the decline of Pan's family. In 1760, some rich merchants bought it and spent more than 20 years reconstructing the buildings. During the Opium War of the 19th century, it was severely damaged. The garden you see today is the result of a five year restoration project which began in 1956. It was open to the public in September, 1961.Yuyuan Garden occupies an area of 20,000 square ...
... for ages, for what we expected to be a massive celebration party, or something along those lines, people were buying these really colourful sticks which we assumed to be sparklers, sparklers always indicate a party! We were so wrong. We had somehow become a part of some massive religious ceremony, at the famous Lama temple, the sticks were not sparklers but incense, that they burnt in worship to Buddha. It was very interesting but incredibly suffocating so we quickly ...