Travelogue Day 4: Fieldwork Gallery September 11, 2014 Alec Hogan Attempting to communicate without Chinese Tsinghua-Stanford Karaoke at KTV Those pancakes though… Lunch in the Tsinghua student canteen Biking around campus Hutong construction: these pictures show the layers of bricks in the old houses’ walls and how the oldest ones are crumbling. it helps understand why it is very hard to renovate these old structures. The picture of the roof also shows how thin the wooden structure is. fire hydrant in the hutong: since fire fighters’ truck cannot come in, they have all these fire extinguishers in the hutong. Dashilar 2: I thought this street had been destroyed, it feels western with the tramway in the middle. Chusai: the shredded carrots were one my favorite dish in France, so happy to find it in China since I have never found it in the USA! Dashilar gate: made me think of Michael Meyer’s book, and how the inhabitants called this neighborhood Dashalan and not Dashilar. Dashilar logo: the government seems to design a logo for all new renovated historic district and features it on fences. Dashialr main street: all renovated and featuring many souvenir shops and many vendors. AC unit – one of the many HVAC units in the 24-7 cafe.