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A trip to the land of No English(China)!
In Chongqing I stayed in the Sichuan University campus where we were doing a 10 day long project studying the dying trade route of the city and how would we revive that region.The city has progressed tremendously on such a mountainous geography and serves as the economic centre of the upstream Yangtze basin.The area we were studying was the Huangiueya avenue which was an ancient trail for trade which in today's time is used for hiking.This trail thrived in the earlier times and brought an economic growth to the city but today the growth of the city is very much independent of the trail so our attempts to revive it would not have had a great impact on the city.What the city gave me was not really great architecture because it had lit buildings all over the place which did not stand true to it's history or context.It works as an economic centre so it is full of high rise buildings to accommodate the population it's inviting to the city to develop it economically but what it ends up producing is buildings with exaggerated scale that are made out of glass.It's not architecture but it's the people I met that made that city a beautiful one to live in.Those people without knowing English tried their best to help us out in a land where only Mandarin is spoken.China should come with a disclaimer that if you do not eat non vegetarian food please reconsider your travel!...