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... br> The second largest imperial palace only next to the
former Imperial Palace in Beijing, Shenyang Imperial Palace is by itself
a grand architectural conglomeration of halls, pavilions, towers and
temples with carved beams and painted columns architectural styles of
the Mongolian, Han and Manchu nationalities. The Zhaoling (or Northern
Mausoleum) is the cemetery of Huangtaiji and ...
... our apt. building. I found out that they will be used for tea.
Tuesday morning Christa and I went to the Wu Ai Market and then met Mary, Laura and Kristin at the yarn floor. We bought more needles and yarn to finish up the scarves that I have been working on for the kids.
On Wednesday I went to Tricia's apartment for the second time to work on the pictures for a picture book for blind orphans through the International Club. ...
... for a better view and a Chinese man gestured that he wanted a photo with me, then it was his friends turn! It's hard work this celebrity lark :) The Buddha was pretty cool.. We continued to move through the park and came across a lot of nothing and then we walked through some small restaurants that had eels, crabs, and TURTLES!!!! Just outside the restaurant in bowls of water ready for someone to pick and eat :( I have to ...
... Bei (Christa was in another city at an International Nursing Conference).
Saturday evening we were invited to dinner at at the home of a Chinese family whose son is in Sariah's grade at school. The mom's parents are living with them now to help out with the 1st grader. The grandma (who spoke only Chinese) and I got along really well, and she gave me that jacket as it didn't fit her anymore. The Chinese custom is to put food on your ...
... is an art that you could compare to growing grapes for wine or growing coffee beans. The conditions have to be just right, you have to process it many times, and there is a "taster" who can tell you everything about the tea with just one "slurp" (he demonstrated this - he really does slurp very noisily!). Most tea that is consumed in China - and probably other countries - is not organic and you really don't know what ...