Sofitel Wanda Chengdu
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Today we left the hectic life in Shanghai for the more quiet side of China - Sichuan. And what a better place to do it other than in Sichuan's capital - Chengdu?
Well, the morning started with a rather hurried rush to the airport - we ended up taking the Maglev train (431 km/h), which was cool, yet less impressive than before.
Check in was …
So yeah, this morning, we took a crazy taxi ride to the giant panda breeding site to see Tao-Tao and his giant panda brothers and sisters.
Here's the thing - pandas are lazy. VERY lazy. They sleep most of the day, scratch themselves occasionally and eat when they are fed. They also don't like hot weather too much.
Today was 28 degrees in …
... in the travel to the Everest base camp. And the legend about the Shoton festival is devout. It is pretty important for the pilgrims. As you know, the Tibetan is religious to the Buddha. And there are three activities what they will do in the Shoton festival—the sunning Buddha, the jumping Tibetan opera and the barbecue.
There are so many tourists that come to there because ...
... My other Chinese friend Jessie also said she NEVER cries, so I am starting to think Chinese women don't cry. I don't think this is because they don't feel, but they have been trained at a young age to live for men--cook, clean, have a son--these are their duties. I am started to think crying isn't a curse but a sign that I am alive. All of the women in China are numb. This doesn't mean they are bad people or that I dislike their company. In fact, I adore my ...
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