Going to New York from Beijing Capital Airport – one of the best serviced airports in the world. Among a bunch of free amenities, I found this luggage cart with a special baby seat most intriguing.
20 hours later, I have arrived in New York City, our fine United States of America.
I found Chinese corporations advertisements on the very top of our Time Square centerpiece.
Xinhua News Agency, the biggest Chinese news media, notorious for government filtered, non-transparent reporting.
I like this Chinese company better than Xinhua, one of the biggest Chinese appliance manufacturers.
With my friend James.
Not too impressed with the NYC subway, next time someone complains about the Line 1 of Beijing subway, I’m gonna kindly remind them the NYC’s old subway
Half of the vandalized face was moved over to its neighboring ad.
The other half on another neighboring ad.
Apparently the area is going through a facelift. A new skyscraper was erected and something else is undergoing construction.
Ground Zero park.
Original site of one of its fallen towers.
A new museum to be opened….
Catchy museum building.
We wondered if the flowers are dedicated by these victims’ family or friends.
9/11 memorial mural.
Passing by New York Stock Exchange.
Taking a ferry to see Statue of Liberty.
Statue of Liberty by the sunset.
…standing on the lone Ellis Island.
Jersey City, Manhattan, Brooklyn.
James forgot his hat on his way out, so I lent him mine… which he has been referring as “the most sissy”…
For the evening, we grabbed the rush ticket and went to see Chicago on the Broadway.
Celebrity murderers gathering.
and our fine musicians.