Postcard from the Mean Streets of Harbin

In Inner Mongolia, a little slice of RussiaWe’re in Harbin, capital of northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province. Our timing was less than ideal: the streets (and overpasses) of Harbin have suddenly become pretty dangerous. And outside of winter, there’s really not much to make this place worth a visit. Fortunately, though, we have a 1-year-old, and they have Siberian Tigers. And thankfully, unlike the road builders around here, it seems that the electrified tiger cage-builders didn’t cut too many corners. So we hope.

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