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... been extending out from the massive ramparts! Hence the Forbidden City already seem different as one can now imagine it lying within another gigantic defensive structure. Apparently, the millions of tourists who pass through "The City" should consider themselves very lucky to be able to do so, as many people during the "Cultural Revolution" wanted to tear down the Forbidden City, seeing it as a bad relic from the ...
... to the forbidden city was only 7 minutes and there was a guide telling us what we needed when we go to the gates and what to do if we loose something and just telling us helpful information. At the end of the day the tour guide dropped me back to the same spot of arrival.
This tour was so great like visiting the Great Wall of China there is so much history around in China and so much to see.
... son and Jackie Chan was filmed!! SO that was pretty exciting! The kung fu show was so impressive. We drove in and they were all waiting in the parking lot with dragon costumes on dancing to music! We then went inside the school and watched the show! At the end there showed us some karate moves and I was terrible. BUT Emily was a stinkin kung fu master!!! She was so good! Hahahaa We all then took some pictures with the guys in the show and they kept the most serious ...
Closer to the end of the week Keith and I are off to the lama temple. I have been told that it is a very spiritual place, even if you do not practice Buddhism it has a 'feeling'. The temple is serene, the pushy people mob that you would expect vanishes, people are taking turns praying and kneeing with incense in the alters in front if each temple. Typically there are three Buddhas in ...
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I visit a gallery of contemporary art housed in a gate in the remnants of the city wall. Despite its name - the Red Gallery - it doesn't seem to have anything much political to say. Most of the work is figurative painting, with hints of surealism and cubism. And some of it's rather naughty: there are hints of orgies and even beastility in one work. One of the artists approaches. With ...