We meet a nice Chinese teacher, Zhang Shu Yan, near the
Tian'anmen square - who fortunately for us could speak
English, and rather good English! He didn't really have
anything to do, and enjoyed showing foreigners around - to
practise his English. He lead us to the small streets south
of the square. The pictures is taken in a backyard galleri
of Chinese paintings. The other guys on the picture are
(from left) Thomas, me and Jens Åge.
Jinlang Hotel - our four star hotel! A good hotel with nice
rooms, but not with four stars after European standards.
A passage under a big road.... the special thing about this
picture is, that at the end of it you can see two policemen.
In every passage we saw at least two policemen, and they are
standing guard day and night. Try to do some graffiti here!
From left; Sabine, Troels, Susanne, Klaus, Thomas
and Jens Åge in front of the Beijing Exhibition
Hall. We were on the way to see Beijing Zoo. This is
a warning, Beijing Zoo is not for humans nor animals
- the animals have very bad conditions. Even the
Panda looks sad:-(
From the right top: Me, Jens Åge, Susanne, Thomas, Sabine
and Klaus in front of the Qianmen gate very near the
mausoleum with the remaining pieces of Mao Zedong.
Me on the Tian'anmen square in front of gate leading to The
Forbidden City. The letters on the left side of Mao means:
"Long live the Peoples Republic of China" and the
on the right: "Long live the harmoni between the people
of the World". I have been there cool!
Despite the many sacrifices of the cultural
revolution - he is still facing the Tian'anmen
square. He must have been made of the right
A lonely soldier in the rain near The Forbidden City.