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China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010


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After experiencing the thrills of Beijing and the Great Wall, we took a train to Xi an to see first hand what is still the main way of travelling in China : trains. Despite having become far more luxurious and modern than their ancestors 30 years ago, they are still a unique way to interact with the locals. We had the chance to have soft seats which are the most comfortable seats (as opposed to the hard seats , which are more like hard benches) and it looked more like a Western train than anything else. But the atmosphere inside is a bit different. Despite not being as wild and noisy as I heard the hard seats were, there was still a lot of socializing going on. I jumped at the opportunity to take my mandarin skills to the limit and I had the chance to converse with a bunch of Chinese people.

But most of these conversations were short ands focused mostly on introducing ourselves and talking about our recent lives. The intense talking was limited to the guy next to me , an entrepreneur in his forties with whom I had deep and intense conversations about religion , the environement, mankind and urban vs rural China.

I won t go into further detail, but it willdefinitely be something I will always remember.

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Chinese Trains

Max Vachon,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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After experiencing the thrills of Beijing and the Great Wall, we took a train to Xi an to see first hand what is still the main way of travelling in China : trains. Despite having become far more luxurious and modern than their ancestors 30 years ago, they are still a unique way to interact […]

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07/5/10

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Max Vachon

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Throughout our travels in China so far, a consistant sight has been that of the Chinese lions, or Fu lions, "guarding" the entrances to everything from resturaunts to hotels to palaces. They've been an increasinglycommon sight in China but have been in existence in chinese culture since before 200 BC. They are sometimes reffered to as "mythical" lions because of the mystery surrounding there presence in chinese culture. No such lions ever roamed China. Regardless of their origin they became and have remained a dominant theme in Chinese culture. They are always in pairs of two, flanking the entrance, one with a paw resting on a sphere and the other with a paw on a belly-up small animal. There are several enterpretations for the symbolism of these objects.Some consider the male lion (with the sphere) to be protector of the earth and the female (with the animal, in this case considered a cub) to be protector of the animals. Another western interpretation of this eastern theme is that they are aides to Buddha (Fo lions literally meaning Buddha's lions). In this interpretation the lions are controllers of the earth and all the animals. The helpless creature is not a cub but rather prey, at the mercy of the lion. In our travels we've incountered dozens of pairs of them, this picture just being one grand example from in front of a police academy in Beijing

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Chinese Lions

Eli Rosenthal,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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07/5/10

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Eli Rosenthal

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The Wall

Billy Regan,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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Most people viset the Great Wall for a coulpe of hours, at a part packed with turoist, and then said they have seen the Great Wall.We went to a remoute part and slept on it. Not many people get to experence this. I will never forget it. Also, the meeting the people of the counrty […]

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07/5/10

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Billy Regan

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When most Western tourists go to the Great Wall , they usually get awed by the splendor and the majesty of the place, but they rarely take a chance to look around and get a real taste of the local culture. That wasn t the case for us, for we had the chance to explore an aspect of Chinese culture few know and even fewer understand : herbal medicine.

After eating at a restaurant near a remote section of the Wall, Kai (our instructor) whose is fascinated about Chinese medicine, convinced one of the staff members to show us the local plants and how they were used. So after a short hike on the Wall, we returned to the restaurant, left our bags, andfollowed Mr. Cuion a narrow path.

The road was harsh, full of weeds and branches, but pushed by our curiosity, we choose to continue despite the hardships. Then, once in a while Mr. Cui would stop and just describe a plant, while Kai would use his vast knowledge to give us even more info about the ones he knew.

The possibilities of such seemingly common plants are incredible. One of them, called Chai Hu, is capable of detoxifying the liver and helps keep your frustration and anger away. Another, called dan shen, activates blood circulation and is helpful against heart diseases and chest pain and a third one known as Sheng Di, clears the heat of the body and cools the blood (pretty useful on a hot day like this).

This list is only a sample of the numerous plants we encountered and they are a testimony to the wealth of the millenia-old Chinese culture, a culture that will keep surprising us all along the trip.

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Chinese Herbal Medicine

Max Vachon,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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When most Western tourists go to the Great Wall , they usually get awed by the splendor and the majesty of the place, but they rarely take a chance to look around and get a real taste of the local culture. That wasn t the case for us, for we had the chance to explore […]

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07/4/10

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Max Vachon

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We are in China!

What an amazing group!

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We are in China!!!

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We are in China! What an amazing group!

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07/1/10

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Annie Jiao

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Hey Everyone,

The first day in Beijing was awesome as we explored the forbidden city, Tianamen Square and MaoZiDong's toumb. Sitting in A corner of the Forbidden City, Nina gave us an awesome lecture on the fall of the qing dynasty that facsinated everyone and got us even more excited to dive into the Chinese culture and history.The groupmet an adorable young chinese boywhojoyously practiced his english and took a picture with us.Later on last night, we all cleaned up and ate a delicious traditional beijing duck dinner. Although the rainy, humid weather was not ideal, eveyone had a blast and the skies even cleared up for our hike today. We all aresqueezing into the van now, ready to climb a remote area of the great wall where we are all looking forward to a sunset chigong sesh. Everything is great, we'll post back later to keep you updated!

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forbidden city

Grace Backe,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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Hey Everyone, The first day in Beijing was awesome as we explored the forbidden city, Tianamen Square and MaoZiDong’s toumb. Sitting in A corner of the Forbidden City, Nina gave us an awesome lecture on the fall of the qing dynasty that facsinated everyone and got us even more excited to dive into the Chinese […]

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07/1/10

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Grace Backe

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    [post_content] => BeiJing is a huge city-everyone knew that. However, I was amazed at how much of the city I could actually see-almost nothing. Pollution is horrible here; I can taste and smell it everywhere outside. I imagined it as great brown clouds hanging over. The clouds, if that is what they can be called, didn't just hover over but oozed down into the streets and infiltrated every nook and cranny. What struck me as odd though was that it looked as if the city had been doused in rolls and rolls of mist. I couldbarely make out largeskyscrapers and buildings merely blocks away. it was hot and sticky but no sun was to be seen. When we asked our taxi cab driver about it, he vaguely said that it was normal. Everything I had read about Beijing warmed me of the pollution, but it still managed to creep up and surprise me.
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Mists-Expectations of Beijing

Sam,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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06/30/10

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Sam

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From my aisle seat after thefour hour plane I first belheld Beijing, or what little few of it that I could see. The entire city was covered in what seemed like a thick fog, hiding all of the massive buildings and bright lights from my vantage point in the plane. Shortly after we left the plane it became very clear that the air that we were brathing in was not fog, but a mass of hanging pollution in the windless air. It felt thick and solid as I breathed it in, but it was also full of flavor and sweet. It was different, so far from the fresh Maine air that I have been breathing for seventeen years. But the unrest caused by the quality of the air melted into curiosity and wonder the second Shak, Kai, Adam and I stepped into the cab that would take us to our Hostel. In the cab we were greeted by a cabbie who could not speak a word of English. Luckily we had Kai to translate. The driver was fearless, he spoke up about every question that we posed to him, going into depth about the roles of women the household, his only daughter who failed to study hard enough to get out of China, and even about his own government. He was a truly amazing person, and he has set the bar incredibly high for the Chinese people that I plan to meet in the next few weeks. I am so happy to be here, taking in the cultureand the peoplewith all of my new friends.

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Beijing First Impression

Matt Butler,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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From my aisle seat after thefour hour plane I first belheld Beijing, or what little few of it that I could see. The entire city was covered in what seemed like a thick fog, hiding all of the massive buildings and bright lights from my vantage point in the plane. Shortly after we left the […]

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06/30/10

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Matt Butler

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After two days of strenuous travelling (and many Sage jokes), we finally reached Beijing where me, Imogen, Johnny and Sam split upwith the group andtook a taxi to get to the hostel. It was our first glimpse of the madness of China s streets where the only law is the law of the jungle : survival of the fittest. Nobody signals or stops at red lights if they dont feel they have to (which means most of the time).

Our taxi driver, whoused a very informal and slang vocabulary that turned every sentence he spoke into a translation effort,was also a bit overconfident about his orientation abilities and it is only after a few phone calls and two stops to ask for directions that we arrived (at last) at the hostel.

Despite these little obstacles, we were fascinated by the modernity and full-scale development of Beijing and the way everything seems to be changing so fast. There will be more about this city in future posts.

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The crazy streets of Beijing

Max Vachon,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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06/30/10

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Max Vachon

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I have been up for the past two days running on 3 hour of restless sleein a middle seat of the plane. After a flight of watching movies from the Goonies to Black Hawk Down, we land in a desertedHong Kong Air port and walk around in cicles trying to decide whatr to eat, we didn't eat anything. We then get oin a flight to Bei jing and land, the time dosen't matter by now. During the trip we came together threw snapping and sage.The trip has only begun.

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What is time?

Billy,China: A Comprehensive Survey, Summer 2010

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I have been up for the past two days running on 3 hour of restless sleein a middle seat of the plane. After a flight of watching movies from the Goonies to Black Hawk Down, we land in a desertedHong Kong Air port and walk around in cicles trying to decide whatr to eat, we […]

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