Jinjiang Inn Chengdu Dongfeng Bridge
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Here are two pics from the window of my room. The first one is the Mayor's office which is directly opposite to our hotel, where we will spend the morning.
Second pic is in the other direction - we are at a major crossroad of the city in the heart of ...
... was obvious that the people of this culture were so advanced. The beautiful items that were made, without any modern tools......the jade that was removed from the hard rocks, by hand, with no real tools. It was just amazing. The masks were incredible. There is so much mystery about this culture and so many unanswered questions.
It was an amazing day. Everyone returned to the hotel exhausted, but excited about the next day's events! ...
Today was P-Day - PANDA DAAAAAAAAAAAAY.
We left for the panda centre early so we could see them while they were active and we got there for about half 8. There were so many pandas in the forst enclosure it was difficult to know where to look. To start off with they were just eating but then they all started playing and rolling round - so adorable!! We walked through the nursery bit and a baby panda had been born but it was with its mum so ...
... the many tea gardens drinking green tea. We turned up to something wholly different. The main square in the park was completely filled with the locals dancing, singing karaoke, doing push ups and just about every other hobby you can imagine. There was even a long carpet rolled out on the concrete with old ladies walking up and down it pretending to be on a catwalk. We watched the huge dancing groups for a while and then headed deeper into the park where we found a nice tea ...
... music is not only a very specialized and not very well known subject for me as a Westerner, this is also the case for most Han Chinese. By conducting this interview, I learned that I'd have to delve deep into the minority culture to understand the music, and I can't necessarily rely on the Han to give me a great wealth of information. Of course, I knew this before leaving for China, but I did not realize the extent to which this would be true.