Great Wall Of China Quotes

Great Wall Of China Quotes by Karl Pilkington, Yang Liwei, David Letterman, Mehmet Murat Ildan, Abby Sunderland, Conan O’Brien and many others.

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Being honest with you, it’s not the ‘great’ wall of China. It’s an all right wall. It’s the ‘All Right Wall of China.’
Karl Pilkington
The scenery was very beautiful. But I did not see The Great Wall [of China].
Yang Liwei
I always have a problem liking things that I’m told I should like. This has been the problem with most of the Wonders I have seen so far. The fact that this one is called the ‘Great’ Wall of China annoys me. I’ll decide if it’s great or not. It might end up being the ‘All Right Wall of China’ to me.
Karl Pilkington
Obama took a tour of the Great Wall of China and said, ‘We need one of these things around the White House.’
David Letterman
Religion is not a bridge between God and Man; it is a Great Wall of China between them!
Mehmet Murat Ildan
But none of that kept me from picturing what a tsunami might look like if it did rise up and roar toward my little boat like some watery blue version of the Great Wall of China.
Abby Sunderland
Herman Cain is out there, he says a lot of provocative things. He said America should build its own Great Wall of China. Cain says it’s a great idea because if there’s one thing you don’t see in China, it’s Mexicans.
Conan O’Brien
One of my challenges was to try to photograph the Great Wall of China. And I did actually take some photos, but it was hard to discern the wall with the naked eye.
Leroy Chiao
This fear factor, this war driver is a very strong one and it’s been with the species ever since the beginning and it motivated the Great Wall of China. War can be aggressive or defensive, right? So it motivated the Great Wall of China. Our space program was reactive to Russia.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
I remember as a child reading or hearing the words ‘The Great Divide’ and being stunned by the glorious sound, a proper sound for the granite backbone of a continent. I saw in my mind escarpments rising into the clouds, a kind of natural Great Wall of China.
John Steinbeck
There in the mist, enormous, majestic, silent and terrible, stood the Great Wall of China. Solitarily, with the indifference of nature herself, it crept up the mountain side and slipped down to the depth of the valley.
W. Somerset Maugham