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Travel Blogs from Xi'an
... that they have excavated from the pit on display. When you look at these displays close up you can really see how intragate the details of the carvings are, right down to the detailing on the shoes. Each individual statue must have taken a long time. Also when you look at the all of the statues you can see that indeed each soldier is individual, with each having a different facial expression.
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Love from China!
... We were on the front porch of the school, so we had a lot of admirers as we practiced. Slow, graceful movements came together....sort of....into a strange kind of dance.
We were led in all this by the tai chi master--at least that's what I think he's called. He is this bald-headed man in all black, soft-spoken, and dedicated to the art of tai chi. We were thanking him for our lesson, when ...
... d come back from some random alleyway with a wide grin across his face. Until he gave me his pictures from Xi'an, I always wondered what he did when he left. I realized he just loves babies.
After hearing a lot of Muslim fellows yell loudly and establishing with Alexi that the Caucasian race is an ugly one (the most foreigners I've seen for 7.5 months), we all headed to the Drum and Bell towers, two old structures that have been refurbished and brilliantly lit up for ...
The house itself is rented by David Zou, who runs the volunteer organization here in Xi'an. In addition, he works a night job with the U.S. company, Applied Materials, in the marketing department. I would say that David is perhaps 28 and brought his mother, known as 'Mom' to cook and clean for the volunteers… also, his father is here to help out, tho his role is much less clear. Ah, and the house... the volunteers stay on the top two floors of a 7 ...
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