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... in any and let sleeping dogs lie. However, it was lovely to have a little respite from sight seeing, sitting round the table watching the demonstration and learning the correct technique for drinking from our own small set of tea cups. The polite technique is to drink from the smaller circular cup, holding it with your three fingers, the ring finger supporting the bottom and the little ...
... the building that had a courtyard in it that was shaped like a ying yang symbol that could be been seen from above the building. Stories about his life portrayed around the walls of the building while there was a separate area for the many weapons that he used. We then watched the national team do some sparring in their dojo, fast moving hands and feet very fluid in their movements you can see why the Chinese do so well in the international meets of martial arts. ...
After class, Cher, Hyram and I went to the Capital Museum via taxi. It's free to get in, but you have to show your ID to get a ticket. There are six floors; five had exhibits. It was a nice museum showing the culture and history of China through everyday life (weddings, babies, living), porcelain, Buddha statues, and artifacts from prehistory to the 1940s. We were there maybe two hours.
We then ...
One of the things that keeps us all going as we deal with the ups and downs of Chinese living, is the friends we meet along the way. I once considered Kyle a close friend. The 19 year old who came to China on a student visa but worked nonetheless as a teacher of kindergarden children a few hours a day. He was a lost soul in China so I befriended him, spent money on him and really made his life in China bearable and even ...