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... ancient art has been adopted in the modern era that we are in today. What made this gallery even more incredible was the condition of the pieces. Keep in mind that some pieces were restored, but for the most part, they were in their original shape. Imagine preserving rice paper for thousands of years...heck, my ticket stubs aren't in such pristine condition.
Another gallery that was quite beautiful capturing my interest was the jade room. There were quite a ...
... type of martial arts in a spot where everybody either exiting or entering the park has to walk dangerously close to his flailing arms and legs or the people who bring their birds in tiny cages along to watch the proceedings.
There is no shortage of bewildering activity,
The other night I went out alone to get some food for Jana and I and on the way I passed a supermarket that has a landing area between the entrance and the steps on that landing was a lady who must have been ...
... the only people I've ever seen in this country wearing helmets. If there is not a lot of traffic, you'll usually get charged according to the distance; about 2 to 3 RMB per kilometre, and in times of heavy traffic, you'll probably pay according to the amount of time it takes you to reach your destination; say 2 RMB per minute. Despite being technically illegal by Chinese traffic regulations, the motorbike taxi service business is booming in ...
... service of a degree that I haven’t received in many restaurants. The waiters even wear trousers and waistcoats, which quite frankly out-shines many of the bars and restaurants that we have in England.
The night time is once again spent drinking a considerable amount of alcohol and eating some great street food. In my short time here, I have found the street food to be by far the best food around. Although the same cannot be said for the alcohol, with the beer ...
... as possible; do not doddle and do not alert anyone to your illness. Discovery of your condition would not force a paper money fine, but hours of anguish alone in quarantine. When it comes to diseases and illness, the Chinese people are somewhat compulsive about health; don’t give them something to worry about, no matter how minor your symptoms may seem. However, if they are really severe, please go directly to the hospital for ...