Spring City Inn(Jixie)
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... and blue sky, which made the colours of the temple stand out more. There was a pond in the middle that had turtles, fish and even two huge toads in it, which were fun to watch and made for good reflection photos. We arrived just as the monks were praying so as we walking around we could hear their music and chanting around us. From there we walked back towards our apartment, along the busy streets lined with shops and people selling things on the ...
... to some French who commented they were going to a show in the evening. So we booked at our hostel.
A colourful extravaganza showcasing the many dances from the Minority races/tribes of the Yunnan province.
I have to say that I had no idea of the nature of this Chinese culture, and have been amazed and entertained by what we have seen. An interesting theme has been the implication that Tibetan dance is part of Chinese culture.
Tomorrow off to Dali.
... before landing we had been played a video explaining all the Chinese customs restrictions and the nasty penalties dished out for contravening any of them.
Kunming had a brand new airport, bright, airy and efficient and we were through immigration in no time. We had even had our temperatures taken to check that we weren’t bringing any infectious diseases into the country. The baggage reclaim took a little longer but soon we had found our way to the ...
... American students and discussion groups here on the Yunnan University campus.
Xiao Feng is finishing his Ph.D dissertation for the University of Hawaii; his topic is the effect of government regulation on China's rubber industry and its effect on minority populations here in Yunnan Province. Because of an embargo, China had to produce its own rubber to industrialize in the 50's and 60's, and rubber ...
After Zhangjiajie, I wanted to get to Kunming, where I could get a visa for Vietnam. Getting there involved 20 hours on trains. At first, I was concerned about what I'd do to kill the time. I was lucky enough to get a sleeper car, so I slept all night, then woke up around 9am. While waiting for the bathroom, a man asked me where I was from. I told him "Meguo" - America. He then asked if Americans like Chinese people, in ...