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... residents and the local and foreign visitors are all trying to prevent the destruction of the hutongs in the massive industrialization campaigns. They really are treasures of Beijing which take you out of the fast moving life of the huge city to a cultural experience in "old Beijing". The one child policy is loosening as most of China's population is aging. If the population continues to remain mostly people over the age of 60, then there is no one to serve in the workforce. ...
... was talking about going out last night. Jean then said that I never ever go out at night. I won't deny that is true. I do things during the day, but I am so lazy at night.
After the presentation, I exited out of the building and Olivia screamed my name. She invited me to get lunch with her. We walked outside of west gate and ate in the food alley area. For lunch, we ordered xiao long bao. They were so good.
Olivia had to run off to ...
... from duty free? It goes without saying that the hippopotamus indeed affected our sleep, with neither of us getting any before dinner was served. Rather embarrassingly, Holly ordered the vegetarian option; pasta in ****-ake sauce. Despite its worrying name, she actually said it was rather nice. Balance was restored as I was presented with some meat; Vietnamese chicken and rice, which was also pretty good. After food, we ...
... running next to the road was an area with market stalls selling tourist “tat”and very weird food (including live scorpians on sticks)! We showed interest in one thing which the stall holder said was 125 Yuan (about £12.50) - when I said that was way too much and entered my offer of 40 Yuan on her calculator (the standard way to bargain when neither of you speak the language) - she said the Chinese equivalent of ...
... and fired in the oven. Up to 6 layers of enamel are painted onto the piece. Bill bought some when he came to China in 1977. Of course we had to buy some more. Unfortunately our driver locked his keys in he car with the engine still running. He had to break the passenger window to get in. We felt so sorry o him. After lunch we headed to he Great Wall. Lily had arranged for us to ...