Chengdu

Chengdu has so much to offer – lovely teahouses, delicious Szechuan food, pandas, and close proximity to mountains and to Tibet.  Compared to other Chinese cities of its size (16 million), it has a relatively low carbon footprint.  But it is also an inland, landlocked city.  Economic development is more of a struggle, and pollution is made worse by its geography.  We had to laugh when someone in the States asked if we’d seen the solar eclipse….

Chengdu skyline

Baby bear…

…and Mama Bear

Red Panda

Szechuan cooking class

Qing Cheng Mountain – a sacred Daoist site

Tibetan wishing wall

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