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... by his former colleagues as a dedicated perfectionist whose commitment to the obstacle-strewn project was a major factor of its eventual success.Joint Factory 718 began production in 1957, amid a grandiose opening ceremony and display of Communist ...
... red firecrackers we were treated to one of the best pictures, a single policeman ride past leisurely on a push bike with two fire extinguishers in the back. Shortly after the firecrackers and sparklers Hannah and I were then introduced to a local rice wine called Baijui. We realised after a quite a few shots with an American couple how lethal it was when a few locals couldn’t even manage a sip without spitting it out. Not sure I’ll be drinking ...
Today we went to the Forbidden City and Lama Temple. My favorite was Lama Temple because it had a REALLY big Buddha. It was so big, it was in the Guinness Book of World Records!
The Forbidden City is SO BIG. If you saw the movie, The Last Emperor, it was filmed there and tells the story of the last emperor who was only 3 years old when we became the emperor. The emperor was ...
... walked to the subway station. I was so confused, but they figured it out what lines we had to take. While on the train, Sara was dropping it like it was hot as a joke. One woman was staring at her.
Following the subway ride, we walked to the market. It was very huge and stunning. So many items. When I was shopping at a sneaker store, I found a black pair of Nike. Karena had to translate for me to the seller. The seller wanted three-hundred eighty. I said no ...
... increasing rain we arrived back to the hotel. By now the sky's were black and huge bolts of lightening were flashing across the sky preceded by huge cracks of thunder. Extremely impressive - bit we were glad to arrive back before the heavy rain started. Back in our hotel room we are drying out and cooling down - its 4pm and we realise its 8am Sunday morning and the UK and the world is just starting to awake We attempted to go out for an evening ...