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Feb. 21st, 2011, I arrived in Changchun, Jilin and I felt somewhat disappointed Though the city was famous for film making and car industry, I found people here failed to utilize this specialty that the film factory seemed to be deserted, the so-called car culture park was actually a dull car market. The only place worth a visit here is the Imperial Palace of the Manchu State, where was the official residence created by the Imperial Japanese Army for China’s last emperor Puyi to live in as part of his role as Emperor of the Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo. It was built as luxurious as possible with almost every piece of furniture was gilded with golden color. what a a fatuous and self-indulgent ruler. The photo was taken in front a main building, where stands a stone tablet scripted “勿忘九一八 (Never forget September 18th when Japanese started to invade China in 1931)”. And in the nearby exhibition hall of Japanese aggression in China’s north-east, i saw more stunning fact of what Japanese had done in China. However, common people are all innocent, it is the government who should be blamed. And now, faced with the natural disaster, Chinese people should put down hatred but send out warmth. that’s what a responsible global citizen gotta do.
Most people use Lamborghinis, Rolls Royces or limousines for wedding vehicles, but over the weekend 190 couples in Changchun, Jilin Province, decided to mix things up and use a highspeed train instead.
Ancient style coming-of-age ceremony held in Changchun
Dozens of teenagers took part in a traditional coming-of-age ceremony at Confucious’ Temple in Changchun City, Jilin Province on Saturday.
Accompanied by classical music and wearing ancient Chinese style clothes, they completed the oath, kowtow and other rites in front of the temple’s Dacheng Palace, celebrating the first day of adulthood.
The temple has organized the ancient-style ceremonies since 2007, and calls for more people to adopt the traditional Chinese culture, which encourages responsibility, thankfulness, and self-improvement among young people as they turn eighteen years old.
day 206 of 365:
students, students, students.
day 210 of 365:
lunch before work