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Our next stop was the Summer Palace, which was reached after another bus ride. We were excited to see some of the Olympic buildings on the way, even though distantly from the bus.
The palace grounds include the Kunming Lake, which takes up the majority of the area. There are also a number of pavilions, temples, and pagodas. We saw an elderly couple "painting" Chinese characters on the stone pathway using ...
... Most kids that come there are way undernourished in the orphanages, as the orphanages are understaffed, and the caregivers can't (or don't) take the time it needs to feed the kids slowly. One boy we saw there gained 10 pounds in a week, as he ate and ate when he arrived there. They do both physical and mental therapy with the kids, as many are delayed as well. Happily, two of the kids have found families and will be connected right after Chinese New Year! ...
... not native Chinese ones. The duck was impressive, and I had been wanting to see it for awhile. Beijing had gone duck crazy, and the memorabilia was popping up everywhere, I figured I had to go and check it out, see if it was worth the hype.
I also visited the Confucius Temple, which I had not visited before. The Confucius Temple was a temple built in 1302 and was used for years to worship Confucius. Confucius, of course was ...
... excited. Me and tiff are taking a speed train all the way up to Beijing, while the others are ...
... br> You do need
to carry your passport and residence cards on your person but in a safe
place, never an open purse or back pocket. Every so many years there is
a "crack down" on foreigners as there was for 100 days from late May to
the end of August this year. For the most part that amounted to more
frequent checks of passports and residence cards especially in crowded
expat areas ...