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... hope to gain some luck in life. Dragons are a sign of luck in China, just like the numbers 8 & 9 and the color red. The nights were totally free, so we could do whatever we felt like doing, as long as we arrived on the next morning. That night I saw the local food market of Bejing. I discovered all kinds of food we (in the West) would consider as a little bizarre. Seastars, scorpions and snake were being sold for consumption. I also met two locals that night in the ...
... to take her hand. As I touched her hand the mask changed immediately causing me to jump and 'clutch my pearls' very dramatically much to the amusement of the other theatre goers.
Finally there was a kung fu show which was a dizzying fusion of coiled spring aggression, lithe undulations and feats of bravery such as breaking an iron bar on one of the performers heads. It was truly remarkable.
All in all it was a sometimes cheesy but fun night out.
... from seeing Mao by a pointless military checkpoint. Eventually we got past and after frantically dropping off our stuff (no bags etc in the Maosoleum; excellent word I've just invented, doubt I'm the first though) we got in the giant queue to see Mao. I can report that he appears to still be dead. On leaving the Maosoleum one can buy tasteless trinkets; Mao medals, communist commemorative coins and other socialist souvenirs. At least it's what Mao would have wanted. We visited ...
... have been feeling our way around, getting used to the cultural differences and trying not to get lost or freeze to death! The first week has still been absolutely incredible. The city is full of life, lights and people... Coming here I had no idea just how friendly and helpful the Chinese are: as long as it isn't peak hour on the subway :P I also had no idea how much fun I'd be having on this 'business trip'. All of the interns are an ...
... arrived i realised i had already broken my first rule whilst abroad, that being don't eat the western food because it is never is any good... our bread tasted like cake and the bacon was about the size of my thumb nail but however the eggs were very tasty..
After changing into our get ups for the day we headed out into the smoggy air of the Hutong we are staying in, in the Doncheng area.. The smells hit me straight ...