I haven’t had much to say. Finishing one phase of your life, and planning another is not easy when bureaucracy is involved. Such is life in China.
Beyond the statue of Guanyin, the golden Buddhas, the candles and joss sticks, are the more mundane items of a daily existence. Even a Chinese temple needs to be clean. Phoenix Mountain Temple, Bao’an District, Shenzhen, China, April 2009.
The Red Forest is a unique and environmentally-protected retreat in a city of 12 million
Guangming, a sub-district of Shenzhen, China, is famous for two things: Fried young pigeon and grass skiing.
Yes, there are Balloon Rides at Shenzhen’s OCT East theme park.
I mentioned the gala Tea-themed stage show at OCT East – the grounds of the Shenzhen-based themed park are no less impressive.
From 300,000 to 12 million in 28 years, it’s staggering to consider. Buildings are now coming down, making way for the new.
I went shopping for some camera items in Shenzhen China’s electronics district. The salespeople wanted to play “screw the foreigner.”
Shenzhen China: Dawn thru the trees.
A multi-colored sunrise in Shenzhen, China, a great place to travel.