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... slowly warming the fresh breeze. Down on the pontoon we entered the crowed shop and after some study we worked out that part of our ticket gets you a free gift of a gem stone. Laura got a lovely grey green and I a amber white. Next was to then battle (I mean literally battle) to one of the two men sat at drills in the middle of the shop to get them to make a hole and string it for you. I have never seen old women act with such force. Several times poor Laura got jabbed ...
... lunch and our cruise ship
headed further west on the Yangtze. I
always thought the three gorges meant three rivers that came together , in fact
the three gorges refers to three gorges along the Yangtze river the last being
about 45 kms upstream of the dam. All three gorges are now affected to some
degree by this dam. There are markers
along the river bank showing the 175 meter mark which is the highest water level
for the ...
... their land was lost to the Three Gorges project so they have turned to tourism to make money. Now that the Shendong Stream is navigatable all year round, this is a major tourist attraction, and whew, if they ate 22,000 calories a day they couldn’t gain weight.
I totally loved sitting on my balcony feeling the warm summer air on my skin as I looked up at the night sky and tried to make out the farmlands and villages we passed. One night ...
Yichang is a prefecture-level city (over 4-million people) located in western Hubei province. It is the second largest city in the province after the capital, Wuhan. The Three Gorges Dam is located within its administrative area, in Yiling District. We took a 1-hour bus ride to the dam.
The Three Gorges Dam is the world's largest dam (1.3-miles wide and ...
... the centralised government on one hand, and the millions of Chinese households needs to be better managed. Richard also goes further in suggesting Chinese people are losing their moral voice and that the traditional 'people centred' values which formed the bedrock of the Mao era are being eroded by 21st consumerism and the capitalist drive for wealth. He also cites anecdotal evidence and speaks of a time where he saw a man protesting in Beijing's Tianamen ...