Shanshui Grand Hotel
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... of ships
of enormous dimensions carrying a crew as large as 28,000 and great
amounts of treasures. The purpose of the voyages were to project Chinese
power and wealth to the outside world, as well as to establish imperial
control over the maritime ...
Sunday afternoon I hopped on a super high speed train to Nanjing, about an hour and a half journey. I even lucked out and scored a window seat so I was able to nap for some of the trip! I met up with a friend from onboarding who is teaching at an adult school there, Jay. We had noodles at a restaurant near his school before taking the bus to his apartment. Unlike myself Jay has a TV in his apartment so we watched the sports channel and ...
... drinking competitions amongst the young fathers, a
version of apple bobbing to try and get the young couples to kiss, and
trying to predict the baby's future by seeing which item he would grab
from a selection laid out on the floor. Good friends and happy times
have no cultural or language ...
... stringed instruments whose names are not in my vocabulary. They were very well organised with interpreters, tutors and resources and gifts.
Our guide/ interpreter filled in the remainder of our days with a visit to a treasure ship replica in a park. The original ship was used by Zheng He for seven voyages to Muslim countries including Africa. The park was good too. But better was our stroll through a small market and watching all the locals ...
... There has been some disagreement about the particular atrocities and events that occurred and to be honest we don't feel informed enough to know how much of different sides current positions are accurate. What is certainly correct is Japan was guilty, signed the peace treaty and accepted at court the crimes against them and their Generals. People were put to death and imprisoned as a result. However in recent times the Japanese have allegedly claimed many ...