Kaibin Hotel (Chengdu Xiangbin)
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This ancient tradition consists of several unique attributes;
1) the cast is all men, and many dress and act as women
2) the music is terrible; they use pots and pans loudly
3) lightning fast face swapping; truly impressive
The opera started hundreds of years ago, when women were not actually allowed to play in the opera, so the men would dress and act as women to make the story more plausible and interesting. Unlike Provincetown, MA and San Francisco, ...
... her as we were leaving her store after a successful purchase, "I don't like you...you are tough." Kristen does not back down when he has decided on the price she will not go over. It was pretty impressive to watch her actually. Our last dinner with everyone was at a nice restaurant and they served us Peking Duck. Not a big fan, but there were plenty of other dishes to eat. We are back at the hotel now. Time to pack, shower and await our 4:00 am ...
... really enjoyed it here. Although you can see the smog, I never really felt the air was bad like our first day in Beijing. We checked into the Shangri La Hotel right next to Anshun Bridge and the Funan River. Shangri La is a fancy Chinese hotel chain and it was nice to be back in a luxury room. They upgraded us to a higher floor and we had great views of the city, besides that whole smog thing. We spent the afternoon roaming around Jinli Ancient street. ...
... for the rest of the day. Only towards the evening they walked downstairs to the restaurant and ordered some local food.
They had the best Chinese food ever!! Spicy tofu, spicy eggplant and long string beans were so appealing that they could not resist from signing up for a cooking class conducted right on the premises. There was no group – only the two of us the students, and four teachers. Two of the people working at the restaurant joined our class, apparently ...
... where we saw some bigger ones. They are kept separately, but close together. So saw a few... all munching away on their bamboo, they made it look such an effort, just sitting up and eating was hard work, so one choose to lie on his back and eat – very funny!
Walked around the park some more, and then we got to the cubs... They're all about 2 – 3 years old, no tiny small ones here at the moment... But these were just adorable. I was so tempted to grab one ...