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... concubines. After leaving the palace, we took the bus down to the Hutong area where we boarded rickshaws for a journey along Beijing's narrow ancient alleys was a opportunity to discover the sights and sounds of traditional Chinese neighborhoods. We had a chance to visit a traditional courtyard home, a local market and tea houses. The food was very good and gave us an opportunity to see how one family lives in their home as ...
... Temple, where the Emperor changed his palace into a lamasery. I bought a red silk hanging light to put a tea light inside in a little shop for 40RMB. We then went to the Confucius Temple. This is obviously not such a popular tourist spot and was a much quieter experience. I had seen an item on CCTV the previous night showing students from a leading university in Beijing holding a graduation ceremony at Confucious Temple, and I hadn't realised there was a Confucius Temple in ...
... s Valley of the Kings. 13 Ming Dynasty Emperors are entombed in a fertile valley in a fruit growing district. Only one tomb belonging to Ding has been unearthed, and is open to the public. Today we visit Ding Ling. After passing through the numerous gates we enter the tomb via (you guessed it) 15 fights of stairs down then another 10 flights of stairs out.
Our legs feel like we have completed a marathon so after the Ming Tombs, we query Jack about the wisdom ...
... crowd – KAI CLUB. Of course, not before picking up everybody’s must have drink! #bijiao
We’d lost the others to exhaustion, so it was just us 3 – Ben was a Kai Club virgin at this point:
Inside Kai: I applied Sepia to these photos to make it ...
... gradually grows outward as time progresses.
After having lunch, we proceeded to the cloisonne factory, watching artists prepare copper ornaments, vases, and such. They use tiny copper wire to outline intricate designs, then filling n the patterns with layer after layer of enamel, the result is ornately designed crafts that are truly unique and surprisingly durable. We saw one still intact that was dug up from one of the Ming Dynasty ...