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... recycling is pushed, sustainable development and conservation are taught from kindergarten upward. Commercials featuring movie stars promote conservation and recycling. It will take a long time, but slowly China is beginning to clean up its pollution.
As we rode, Joe educated us on Beijing’s history and government. Beijing has been the capital of China for 864 years. It is a land locked area and has a severe water shortage issue. During ...
... helmets, scaffolding! They were clinging precariously from trees, poles and walls. Elsewhere we would have not been allowed to clamber over a work site (never have I done so). And the workers did not stop for us! I nearly fell into a hole and after recovering myself had to stop my fellow lady travellers from doing the same thing (yep going to the loo!!). I am getting used to them now! Once we got to the cable car, they literally threw us into the cabins and then ...
... lights in the high mist; street people selling umbrellas; Rolls Royces; we found ourselves lost under a gigantic bridge, great crumbled broken buildings had fallen down under it; dark and dank. I thought it might be dangerous so found a local couple waking and stayed at a shortish distance; if anybody attacked them we'd see and flee. Nobody did. We came to a bizarre building we think for tourists; ten floors of restaurants and bars and local crafts and **** ...
... br> After a long flight and a stopover in Vienna I finally made it to Beijing on
Sunday morning. I hardly slept during the flight which made it possible to
fiiiiiiiiinally see the movie I was told to see: V for Vendetta (for the ones
who didn’t see it yet, I recommend it!) I left the plane and was suddenly
catapulted in a whole different world, although, the humidity and the smell
reminded me at the time I got off the plane in ...
... and I found traditional Chinese dresses in red and black to wear.
The night was filed with drinking and dancing, fireworks and firecrackers! Here are some videos from the night: