Garden Inn Chongqing Guanyin Bridge Walking Street
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The resident was a short little Chinese lady, 58 and she
lives with her husband and father aged 93 who was making slippers on the ground
floor of the 2 level house. It had a few bedrooms and a kitchen but was sparsely
furnished. Her 2 daughters live in the city now and have good professional jobs.
She said that she was happy to move to better accommodation as it is more
comfortable than when she was farming in a small ...
The peculiarity of this city are the two rivers the meet each other in the middle of it - the Yangtze River that is yellow (because of the massive amount of silt it carries) and the Jialing River that is green/blue. You can see a clear line of colour where the smaller Jialing merges into the mighty Yangtze creating Chongqing's classical postcard picture.
The city keeps expanding by ...
... pagoda. No restrictions were placed on the number of people entering the structure. Hordes of people entered the lower level and gradually we were funnelled through a series of stairways to smaller and smaller heights of the pagoda. Despite the guides reassurance that it was constructed from very strong timber from the mulberry trees, we were all having our doubts and second thoughts about the decision to climb in the first place. In typical Chinese style, there was a ...
... t like it much, but I thought they should give it a shot.
We all went to dinner at a Hot pot place with in Old Street. The Hotpot was as good as hot pot gets and conversation was nice. Afterwards the ZhangYu’s English teacher had a car and offered to drive Mitseru, Emiko and ZhangYu back. They headed to their hotel and me and Paul stayed behind. Paul and I met up with Demon one of John and I’s good friends and we decided to walk through Old Street at night. I ...
... have you been taught that Mao did wrong? Is there anything you have learned that he may have done wrong?” He paused for a bit, repeating the question under his breath. He did not say anything specific, only that the people did whatever Mao said to do. I think here in China, people are told that Mao did something wrong but they are never told what he did that was wrong. A few times this has come up and no one says a specific thing that he did wrong, only that some things he ...