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... the traditional Chinese it is believed that eating dog will make any woman or man perform better (super star) in the bedroom.
No we did not have dog on our trip at least I don't think so. Chinese people that go to Canada think that a hotdog is guess what.
Highways in China. If travelling by road around China choose the toll highways most of the Chinese public stay off these roads because they don't like to pay the tolls, sounds like the ...
... Carrying on the tour we went to the Yuyuan Garden which was a nice garden but compared to Suzhou it wasn't as good I would say. The Silk Museum followed which was like the factory we visited in Suzhou, just not as big. Once again we didn't buy anything, despite a few items catching our eyes. Lunch followed which was probably the worst of the trip. It was a seafood restaurant and was just so bad. Out of about 12 ...
... very quaint areas to see. We had wonderful tour guides and were exposed to a lot of Chinese culture. It's been a very long day but a great experience topped off by seeing the lights of Shanghai at night. Shanghai is by no means another Hong Kong, but very slowly communism is relaxing, and the country and people are coming out of their shells and showing individuality. The old drab appearance of communism is being replaced by colourful enthusiasm which is displayed in the downtown ...
... on each day of the congress. Still it is unquestionably a place of historical significance and worth preserving, just looking at it though I can't help but wish they had saved some of their other historical sights as well, as the vast majority of them that were tore down in the 20th century were not only infinitely more visually impressive but at least as culturally important as well. History should be an unedited record of what you perceive to be the bad as well as the ...
... local vendors that weave through and over natural canals that encompass the village. We took a boat ride through the main canal, under various stone bridges, and got to see what they call a "Chinese Venice". It was beautiful and authentic, and nothing like anything we've ever done before.
After a quick lunch at a yummy local restaurant, we headed to the zoo to see the Giant Pandas and the Red Pandas. They were absolutely adorable! Okay, maybe not quite as ...
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