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A large statue of Confucius stands before the temple with red prayer tickets covering the barrier, all signed with students wanting to do well in the coming exams. Not much has changed!
After awhile the decoration gets overly familiar and we needed a sit.
We adjourned across the road to the Confucius Tea House for a tea ceremony and an afternoon of sipping and juggling teas. We chose three teas. Moonlight White Tea, picked at midnight, dried naturally with ...
... This was made up for later in the day by an excellent Peking roast duck. We went to the Summer Palace but it was largely absent; it was apparently destroyed in an Opium War and so there's not much to see (I wouldn't have bothered trekking all the way out if I'd known; the guidebook has pages on how majestic it is and devotes only a short paragraph to its nonexistence). I cannot leave out the locals (I must mention the denizens). As with our other destinations, many people have ...
... Court, fourteen emperors of the Ming dynasty and ten emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned here. Having been the imperial palace for some five centuries, it houses numerous rare treasures and curiosities. Listed by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Palace Museum is now one of the most popular tourist attractions world-wide.
Construction of the palace complex began in 1407, the 5th year of the Yongle reign of the third emperor (Emperor Chengzu, Zhu Di) ...
Had my first British Club committee meeting this morning in a Starbucks, it was very good & really feel like I’m part of the group now, and contributing, such a nice group of ladies too and lots to look forward to for the group, guest speakers, outings etc. I’m not official photographer for the group which is cool.
Back to work this afternoon, the boss is in town and the company have re-designed their website and their investment ...
... days before in Beijing, but you wouldn't know it. It was so hot that even the worst floods had evaporated away quickly. I was immediately pouring with sweat and uncomfortable with my backpack and daypack on, and still wearing the fleece I had on the air conditioned train. The taxi drivers were very insistent, some of them even tried to grab me, and I thought this was going to be St Petersburg all over again, but I shrugged them off and queued for a metro ...