We finished the day with an elegant and elaborate dinner in a historic district of Chengdu called the “kuanzhaixianz” (meaning wide and narrow street). With massive round tables and impressively large lazy susan, we enjoyed an impressive Sichuan meal with our hosts. The photos tell only part of the story. It featured some musical entertainment and a changing face artist – a Sichuanese art form where an artist performs a rapid sequence of face changes (mask swaps) faster than the eye can tell.
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