China Carnival #10: Tian’An Men, Income, Food…
Welcome to the January 21, 2010 edition of china carnival.
We have four posts today. Zhu continues to tell us her Beijing stories and this time it is about the well known Tian’An Men. Devin presents one of his days traveling in China. Matt talked about the interesting habit of Chinese to ask other people’s income. In the end, “Watch me eat” shares some good Chinese food somewhere in NY state.
Devin Licastro presents The Inspired Life – Day 2 posted at Travel To Grow, saying, “my current travel experiences in china.
i think you’ll like this post but feel free to use any day from the 10 day challenge. or search for all posts about travelling in china (click the experiences tab) and choose your favorite.”
Zhu presents Tiananmen Square posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “Today, Tiananmen Square remains one of the symbol of Mao’s disillusion of grandeur, a huge square — the biggest in the world — dedicated to him, China, the “people’s heroes”, and jealously guarded night and day by the Party. The lampposts sport video cameras and the square itself is heavily monitored by uniformed and plain clothes policemen…”
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