CB&W: Signs

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At Prince Gong’s Mansion in Old Town Beijing: When you leave you don’t get a stamp in case you want to come back. When you’re done, you’re done.

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4 thoughts on “CB&W: Signs

  1. Such a cool find for a sign. 😀

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  2. So Chinese!! at least it didn’t say – DON”T COME BACK!

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    • Haha! Yes, they want us to come back and spend money. It’s almost like they’re saying, “you’re not going to get away with anything, so don’t even try.”

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