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Hotel room in Beijing
Nanjing World-readable
2016-01-23
23 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator departs a frigid Beijing for an only-slightly-less-frigid Nanjing
Series: China 2016
Couplings for Chinese high-speed trains
2016-01-22
22 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator spends his last day in Beijing trying huddling indoors
Series: China 2016
Jaeger with Mao's mausoleum
Great Wall World-readable
2016-01-21
21 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator visits one of the modern wonders of the world, the Great Wall of China
Series: China 2016
Gate in front of the Imperial Vault of Heaven
Temple of Heaven World-readable
2016-01-20
20 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator sees another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Beijing
Series: China 2016
Dramatic Communist sculpture in Tiananmen Square
Tiananmen World-readable
2016-01-19
19 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator visits Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City in the bitter cold
Series: China 2016
Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station
The east is cold World-readable
2016-01-18
18 January 2016: In which the intrepid narrator catches a high-speed train from Shanghai to a frigid Beijing
Series: China 2016

Everyone I'm sure, knows that when something goes wrong somewhere,
anywhere, anytime it is automatically SCOTT'S FAULT. Your dog ran away?
SCOTT'S FAULT. Your car won't start? SCOTT'S FAULT. Your power got
shut off because you forgot to mail the check? Yep, once again, SCOTT'S
FAULT. It is very similar to the "six degrees of separation" theory.
Somehow everything can be tied back to Scott.
- Renee Galvin, 25 October 2000