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... taste. This was made in a tea cup with saucer and lid, then served in small tea cups from a glass jug known as the fair cup, because tea poured from this is mixed and served fairly. All the tea implements were heated with hot water over a tea stand before the tea was served.
The next tea was an Oolong tea known as a blue tea. This was served in two cups, the first a long thin cup for smelling and a shorter cup for drinking. The cups are a set and each has the ...
... some have tried to be helpful. Unlike elsewhere though, we have encountered some hostility. Normally older ladies out here lap me up; they love me! Across Southeast Asia they've smiled and purred, laughed and bowed (sometimes even simpered). Here they seem immune to my considerable charm; some have sniffed with upturned nose and frown as though I were something disgusting they'd stepped in; some have glared, sneered and turned away and as though my appearance offended them. ...
... Ming dynasty. It was completed fourteen years later in 1420, and then the capital city was moved from Nanjing to Beijing the next year. It was said that a million workers including one hundred thousand artisans were driven into the long-term hard labor. Stone needed was quarried from Fangshan District. It was said a well was dug every fifty meters along the road in order to pour water onto the road in winter to slide huge stones on ice into the city. Huge amounts of timber and ...
... ready to launch soon. It all looks great, and there is lots of marketing to go with the launch, so should be really good for us & give us lots of new leads. We had a training session on it for the afternoon, and learnt lots which was good. Andy has a couple of appointments coming up & some good new leads, I’m still getting myself out there & learning lots as I go!
Let us know how you all are, we still love hearing from you.
Tracy & Andy
The metro was surprisingly easy since they had made it very english-friendly after the Olympics 4 years ago. It was also 20p for any journey across the city! I found my hostel (The Happy Dragon) with minimal fuss as all the street signs also have english translations. I chilled out for a few hours, then went to Tiananmen to meet with the others. This was the first instance I had of Chinese people taking random pictures of me, most probably because I ...