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... br> In ancient times, when each of the nine regions of China had its ding, it meant the empire was strong and there was peace.
Second are bronze bells. They consist of sets of about ten, all of a different size. They were played with hammers. Near a display, a song is played with these bells, over speakers, and this song is about 'no more friends beyond the gates of Yanguang.'
Suddenly I am far away from this museum, this ...
... The following day was a full day sightseeing in Shanghai, visiting the Bund again in the early morning, then through old street and the yuyuan gardens which were very busy however very beautiful, but frustrating enough that you can never seem to get a photo without someone walking in to it. We visited the pet market which was sad seeing the animals cooped up but not as bad as I originally thought. I was more concerned that some of the bugs might have escaped and couldn't wait to ...
... I had sections of the wall to myself. I walked for about 4 hours in total although I couldn't do a one way walk; I had to double back on myself. However, this was fine as I headed to a good spot and watched the sun set. Perfect!! Dinner and an early night. The hotel is pretty grotty but the location is perfect. Can't have ...
... of Prince Yong and after his death was converted into a Lamasery. The Pavilion of Ten Thousand Hapinesses houses a 26 metre tall (8 metre wide) statue of Maitreya Buddha. The statue has been recognized by the Guinness Book of Records for being carved out of a single piece of white sandalwood. When we approached the pavilion we read the world record plaque on the outside and I just thought it was cool since I'd never seen ...
... for our adventure in Shanxi.
It is very likely that I won't have Wi-Fi for the next week. We will be traveling to a different city in Shanxi every day, and some places are going to be pretty rural. Therefore, I'll be writing my journal entries either by hand or on a Word document on my computer, later transferring everything to these blogs.
So: If I do have Internet, you will get my daily blog posting tomorrow. If not, prepare yourself for the barrage of posts on Friday!