On day five, we visited the Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses that have been warding away evil spirits for Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China (Qin Dynasty) since 206 […]
On Saturday, we had a nice stroll down the Sacred Way of Ming Tombs where stone statues of soldiers and animals have stood guard since 1435. In the afternoon, we […]
Yesterday we explored Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, which was off-limits to most of the world for 500 years. Both were grander than I ever expected.
After a 12 hour flight, the four of us arrived in Beijing, China, around 5:30 a.m. We began exploring shortly thereafter. In this clip, my brother falls off the monkey […]
I depart today for China, meeting the parents and brother in Los Angeles. I have my iPod packed with music and podcasts, a digital camera to take lots of photos, […]