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"Huimin" Street, China - 14th January 2013

By: Monachu

Hello, mom!
Today we went to "Huimin Street". This is a very famous place in Xi'an, it is Muslim living place. So there are a lot of Chinese traditional flok art works shop and characteristics food. We often come here, take the Metro from our house just needs two station. There are famous Mosque, many tourists from different countries will came to this street to visit.

This is the "Jinhua Square", you can see the Chinese architectural features.
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This is Drum Tower of Xi'an. And the bell tower, it is also one of the symbol of Xi'an. There was a very famous history. Of course, it is also in the maintenance period, when the February 6th open again, we will come to visit! About it, please see this: Drum Tower of Xi'an
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"Huimin Street", this is a small alley of this street. This looks like a gate's building, we call it: Pailou. Please see this: Pailou
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This is the heritage of the Xi'an, it is an old house. In 1871, there is a person in the ancient national exams, get second. So emperor rewarded him with a large house. This house structure is very complex, very beautiful. This time we did not go in, but later we will again.
This old house have a monument, it's address is in this Street No.144.
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The wall:
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In ancient Chinese architecture, usually put a pair of lions at the gate. Until now still have this tradition.
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The gate:
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These statues, described the some Chinese people 100 years ago's life.
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This are traditional Chinese folk art works, very interesting! Now as a kind decoration.
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In this street the other side, there is also a large Pailou. You can see, some introduction of engraving on the ground and big lions.
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Love you!!!!  :p

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Dapiyuan Mosque, China - 16th January 2013

By: Monachu

Hello, mom!
We pass by a photography shop.
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We went to the "Dapiyuan mosque", it is very famous in Xi'an. It was built in 1411, there are many beautiful ancient carving, plaque written by Chinese ancient Emperor and ancient buildings. Also is Xi'an's protect cultural relics.
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This is the mosque's Monument.
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This is audience hall.
Women are not allowed to enter the audience hall, so hostmom, grandma and I only in outside visit.
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Hostmom said:This ancient architecture and the sky let her feel some sad.
Love you, mom!

* Posted May 4, 2013, 1:59 pm Last edited May 4, 2013, 2:03 pm by Monachu [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Xi'an city wall, China - 17th January 2013

By: Monachu

Hello, mom!
Everyday, we must pass by Xi'an city wall. It is very Great, let people proud of the ancient architecture! Xi'an city wall is located in the city center, a total of 18 gates. Now we see is the "south gate", also called: Yongning gate. It is China's most complete preservation of the city walls, every day there are a lot of foreign tourists to visit.
Please see this: Xi'an city wall
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Finally, we go home, and buy a loaf of bread.
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Love you, mom!

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Qujiang Ruins/Heritage Park, China - 25th January 2013

By: Monachu

Hello, mom!
Today we went to Qujiang Ruins/Heritage Park. This is a Tang Dynasty ruins, near it there are a lot of other cultural heritage. In the summer it is very beautiful, you can see a lot of flowers and beautiful Chinese architecture. But now the weather is still cold, no flowers. So, we don't take too many pictures.
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Love you, mom!

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Xi'an, China - 1st February 2013

By: Monachu

Hello, mom!
Hostmom wrote some words and Chinese, and some Chinese stamps! She also cut a lot of nice pattern, sticking in my notebook. :)
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We are walking on the road today, and the weather is not very bad! Recently, China has a lot of city has big air pollution!!
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Chinese New Year is coming, so you can see there are many red decoration on the road. Red lanterns and red decoration, this is China's traditional.
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We went to a nearby restaurant.
We called it: Mianjin/麵筋, it is mainly made of wheat flour.
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Love you, mom!

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Sanur Beach-Bali, Indonesia - 6th April 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Dear Mum...

Horrayyy...finally iam arrived in Bali Indonesia
Thank u for Mona, that packed me so well
Now iam being located in Sanur Beach, a famous beach in Denpasar, capital city of Bali
Linda took all the TVs to welcoming me
Linda's TV : Bima-Sena, and Antareja
And another TVs that stay in Bali : Capote, Krupchen, Biba, Kioko, Hemmings, Mad Bird, Tica, Betzi, Anton, Bjoern, CH Heidi, James Craig, RSG Leo and MooseS

will upload my journey in Bali as soon Mum

Love
C

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* Posted Apr 11, 2013, 11:08 am Last edited Apr 11, 2013, 11:13 am by Linda Fdph [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Garuda Wisnu Kencana - Bali, Indonesia - 29th April 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Hello,  iam visited Mandala  Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK),  a 240 hectares private cultural park on the Bukit Peninsula at the southern end of the island of Bali in Indonesia, 15 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport. Bukit is a limestone plateau with Uluwatu to the west and Nusa Dua to the east.

It is devoted to the Hindu god Vishnu, and his mount, Garuda, the mythical bird who is his companion.

Garuda Wisnu Kencana is a massive, unfinished statue in Bali that currently exists in pieces. Conceptualized by the Balinese artist Nyoman Nuarta

When it's completed, it will be the largest statue in the world.

Dominating the park is Wisnu, a bust of a Hindu deity constructed from giants slabs of copper and brass. Representing the divine force responsible for the protection of the universe, the 22 meter Wisnu figure is a modern rendering of an ancient cultural tradition. The companion piece, Garuda, represent the giant bird which transports Wisnu, a symbol of both freedom and selfless devotion

Love
C

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Werdhi Budaya - Bali, Indonesia - 16th May 2013

By: Linda Fdph

hello Mum

Here iam now in The Werdhi Budaya Art Centre, located at Nusa Indah Street is the heart Denpasar City of Bali Island. The Werdhi Budaya Art Centre was started in 1973 and finished in 1976. The Werdhi Budaya Art Centreits one of the largest and most complete in series of cultural centres built throughout the archipelago by the Indonesian Government over the last decade.

Designed by Bali's foremost architect, Ida Bagus Tugur, the vast complex is apart from its very real cultural function, a showplace for Balinese Arts and Palace Architecture at its most opulent.

Love
C

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Werdhi Budaya - Bali (part-2), Indonesia - 16th May 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Hello

This is another picture when i was in Werdhi Budaya- Bali

Hugs Cappucino

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Hostmom kitchen-Bali, Indonesia - 4th June 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Hello Mum

Balinese cuisine uses many herbs and spices. In almost every dish we use them. So itís very important to know what we need to make our cooking succeed.
Here is spices and herbs that HostMom and I have today in the kitchen : Cloves ( Cengkeh),  Kaffir Lime Leaves(Daun Jeruk Purut), Ginger(Jahe) ,  Cumin(Jintan),  Cinnamon(Kayu manis),  Candlenuts (Kemiri), Aromatic Ginger (kencur), Coriander(Ketumbar), Turmeric(Kunyit),  Galangal (Langkuas), White and black  Pepper(Merica putih dan hitam), Nutmeg(Pala),  Lemon grass ( Serai ),  Chilies ( cabai ) , Cardamon (Kapulaga ) , Onions ( Bawang Merah ) , Sesame seed ( Wijen ) , and also we have Glutinous Rice ( Beras Ketan )

Love
Cappucino

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BajraSandhi-Bali, Indonesia - 22nd June 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Dear Mum...

We are at Bajra Sandhi Monument.
This Monument is recognized by the name of Bajra Sandhi because it's form is looking like Bajra or Genta or bell used by all Hindu Priest in reading off Weda holy sentence (mantra) at religious ceremony.
The Building Monument of Bajra Sandhi
The existence of physical building is strongly relating to the meaning of Hinduism philosophy, namely Yoni colossus. The monument is likely colossus device meanwhile the building base as yoni. From other side, the Yoni colossus is also describing the story of twiddling Mandhara Giri at Ksirarnawa which is taken away from passage of Adi Parwa (Hindu's Book).
This building Monument is consisted of:

    Jar of Amertha symbol by Kumba (a kind of pot) what is seen on the top monument.
    The Dragon Basuki tail exists near by Swamba and its head at entrance gate
    The body of Bedawang Akupa realized at its base of monument and the head at entrance gate
    Mount of Mandara Giri realized by the high of monument boosting
    Pool encircle the monument is supposing as Ksirarnawa (milk ocean).

Love
Cappu

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Sanglah-Bali, Indonesia - 19th July 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Hello mum

Iam with Balinese Offerings.
Offerings are called banten in Balinese. It is possible that the word comes from the Sanskrit word bali, which means tribute, obligation or gift. Or it may be derived from the word enten, which means to wake up or be conscious. It is a consciousness of the gods.
One of Offerings called "Gebokan"  consist of fruits, money, food and flowers ∑

Hugs
Cappu

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Sanglah-Bali, Indonesia - 23rd August 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Hello Mom

The Host Mom is busy preparing for the board exam. Will be active again after the test is completed. Good luck for the host mom^^

Love
Cappu

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* Posted Aug 23, 2013, 1:26 am Last edited Aug 23, 2013, 1:29 am by Linda Fdph [Quote] [View just this post] Go to the top of the page


Sanglah-Bali, Indonesia - 26th September 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Dear Mom,

finally, hostmom board exams are finished. As soon as possible, will start my another journey again in Indonesia

Luv
Cappu

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Pacet-East Java, Indonesia - 1st October 2013

By: Linda Fdph

Dear Mom

We spending a lot of time in Grandpaw n Grandmaw home in East Java after the hostmom exam completed.
We play in the rice field behind Grandpaw home.  In Indonesia , rice is major source of food for the majority of the population. It is a plant that requires plenty of water and heat. In Java, Bali, and other islands in Indonesia the rains are so plentiful that it is possible to grow three or four rice crops a year. Rice fields are surrounded by low walls to maintain the water at a time when fields are flooded. In mountain areas, the paddy fields form terraces where water flowing from the top successively fills each of them. Planting, harvesting and threshing rice is a slow process done by hand.

Love
Cappucino

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