Travelogue Day 3: Historic and Cultural Beijing; Visit to Shijia Hutong Museum Gallery September 10, 2014 Alec Hogan Tour mascot flag Shijia Hutong Museum Teacher Wang demonstrates how the bamboo frames of his kites are bended with fire. His kites can fly without wind. A typical entry way to a Hu Tong. The Hou Hai area is filled with Westerners looking for globally themed bars and restaurants in addition to distinctive Beijing cuisine. Entering an open air marke An old man returns from his swim in Hou Hai (back sea). Less Frantic than the Squirrel Ricksha? I got Dad Hacky Sacks at Houhai Touch Me and You Die Happy Hutong Kitty is Happy Food Market, Take My Firstborn Child Subway Surfin The Market Gary Took Us To alternate caption: Itz model time, and Alec’s stare sizzles 2 little holes through flatscreen. This view was really through the roof (get the pun? roflmaopimp!!!!!!11!!!1!!11one) Picture of Alice taking a picture. But also a street scene of the Houhai district. “Shady” food market #houhaiselfie AQI – DAY ‘N NITE just need some shut-eye My new friend playing music along with the sunrise, looking over the lake. Attempting Chinese calligraphy Getting ready for a magical rickshaw ride. Sunrise over the lake on the Peking University campus. On their way to becoming calligraphy masters. Fun on rickshaws! HouHai! Elaine made a new friend in the outdoor market – she loved the candy!