Not everything Battuta saw in China made him dissatisfied. Like Marco Polo, he was amazed at the size of Quanzhou, which was then a city with six separate areas: one for ordinary Chinese, one for city guards, one for Jews. and Christianity, one for sailors and fishermen, one for the government to close, and of course one for Muslims. SWIMMING AND INTO THE OCEAN I GO TO LOSE MY MIND AND FIND MY SOUL POSTER. At the time, it was probably the largest city in the world, it took him three days to go around, he could not help but comment well on safe travel in China, an incredible luxury. To those familiar with the dangers of travel in Asia and the Middle East. Battuta’s most passionate and natural article came when he met a Moroccan compatriot in Fuzhou port, who was near his home in Tangier, and gave Battuta many wonderful gifts, including two slaves. white skin, in addition to two local women.