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After a late breakfast we headed out for our first day in Beijing. It was a beautiful sunny, clear day. First thing to do was to get a SIM card for our phone. Then we walked to the Forbidden City. For almost 500 years the Forbidden City has served as the home for emperors and their households. It was built between 1406 to 1420 and has 980 buildings and covers 180 acres. The crowd was huge, so we mainly followed the masses of people till we finally made ...
... to my dismay was not actually a cube made of water, instead a rectangle containing water. Not quite as good.). There, a bunch of younger residents of Asia noticed i was indeed not from Asia, and got all very excited and demanded i took a photo with them, which i did gladly. I was popular for like 20 seconds!
After being dropped off by Kevin and our driver, we stayed at the hotel for a while before heading out to a dumpling restaurant that Jenny had ...
... do a pen name to protect myself online. For the name, one of Andy Warhol's muses name was Nico. I liked the name a lot. As for Lin, it came from the NBA player Jeremy Lin.
I wrote my old blog for about three semester and decided to end it because it no longer fit who I was. It was time to move on. For anybody interested in it, here is the link: nicolinthoughts.blogspot.com.
Originally, I was not going to blog about China. I wanted a break from blogging ...
... the body..
With the "business" side of the day over we were soo fortunate to enjoy an awesome live theatre show..
The Golden Mask Dynasty.. set in a mythical age in China, the show tells a fairy-tale like story of war, royal banquets, and romance. Story line is not strong but entertainment is superb.
It included, a cast of 200, the costumes, scenery, lighting and special effects are magnificent.. There was ...
... throughout the nation. ZhongShan Park covers an area of 24 Hectares (60 acres) and is a grand example of classical Chinese landscape gardening. It is also famous for many old cypress trees, some of which are over 1,000 years old.The park also features a concert hall, a large pond, peonies (late spring and early summer), rock gardens, pavilions and colorful long corridors. At the north end, one can go boating on part of the Forbiddem City moat. From there to ...