Travel Blogs from Tonghua
... and control the flooding as well as generate power for China. People in the sunken cities have had to be relocated so new cities are visible all along the river. Some people are also living dangerously close to the edge but they are told the water won't rise any more.
We have also provided much entertainment for the locals on board as many of them have never travelled outside China and so have never seen westerners up ...
... so maybe a bit of weeding and a bit of care would be a good thing. I’m not sure if it is the right thing to think, but I am thinking some Korean style BBQ stalls set up in the city proper parts would be a huge added attraction to the city.
... and roadside eateries.
It's a hard job to live my life my friends.
Someone has to do it and thankfully it might as well be me!
The Koguryo Kingdom and History
The Koguryo Kingdom (37 BC - AD 668.) is believed to be the longest regime founded by an ethnic minority people in northeast China and it played a big role in ...
... by myself, I had a new master. He was very egocentric and I didn't like his way of organizing the training. However, he made me discover some wing chun and a style called gou quan (dog fist,狗拳) which I really appreciate. But five months later, again, he as well has left the school!
It was interesting to train under different masters as they all have different approach, exercises and specialities. Nevertheless, jumping from master to master, I ...
Upon leaving Dandong, my mission was to somehow get to Changbaishan. While there seemed to be many ways of possibly making it there, the most likely looking one seemed to be to catch a bus to Tonghua and spend a night there, while figuring out the next step in my quest. So I did. Booking the ticket was easy enough. Catching the bus was also easy enough. Pity I had absolutely no idea where it was going. I had never heard of Tonghua before I arrived in ...
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