Tang Yun Hotel

Address: Taishi Street East section , Hancheng, Shaanxi, 715400, China | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on Taishi Street East section , Hancheng.
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    A Way of Life

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    One thing that struck me while living in small town China, is that their idea of a normal life is different to our western concept of normal. Doesn't mean there is a right or wrong, it is just different. These differences come through in aspects of their lifes such as their meals, not just what and how they eat, but other factors such as when the main meal of the day is eaten. School and work hours differ greatly. Chinese people are very family orientated, where often ...