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We arrived in Yannan quite late in the afternoon but with enough time to go and visit the Revolutionary Museum, an impressively large building, and the Wangjiaping Revolutionary Headquarters where Mao and Co. lived and worked in the late 1940s. We saw the rooms where he and Zhou Enlai lived which I was impressed by. The museum was a huge ( …
... over a area of 56 square miles, buried over 20 metres deep, all life size soldiers, archers, cavalry, captains , generals and the horses. They took 750,000 people to make them over 38 years in total. Many of the Warriors are yet to be unearthed. Originally they were all glazed with blue, green , yellow and red in colour, but due to oxidisation have lost their colour. Over 150,000 people a day visit the site, and I think we saw ...
... unpredictable. When sat in a long traffic jam the other day when trying to get to Pingyao some drivers, bored of waiting, mounted the pavement and drove along that instead. Mad!!!!! Also, look out for livestock. There was a horse being ridden on the main road out of Xi'an. 3, China - the land of small packages. Almost everything is a wrapped in cellophane or cling film. Very often, it's then put in another package or box before being sold. Linda and I bought a packet of nuts between ...
... s not going to make any sense to anyone. (even though with my saying it properly, still doesn’t seem to make any sense to anyone) but that’s me.
By the way, now that we have jumped over from Xian to Urumqi, it would be appropriate to mention another interesting fact about China. Most Westerners seem to think that everyone out in this part of the world is Chinese. But, it’s not like that at all. There are lots of other ...
On Sunday I had my first class, a group of 13 8-9 year olds who have come up from a lower level at EF. Each class has a Chinese teacher's assistant (TA) + the foreign teacher, and the TA is there to make sure the kids understand what they are being told, translating as needed, and to deal with any other issues. My TA for this class is called Amy, so at least I won't forget her name!
The kids were pretty ...