Tianyi Youth Hostel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... city, DeYang, its name is announced in Mandarin and English.
Why do I feel so comfortable here in China? It's orderly and friendly, Chen is taking care of all the details. Next year things will be different for him. So I'm lucky, not in a forced labor camp for expressing controversial ideas as have many free speech advocates here recently, according to the NY Times. Can't read it here, or use Google or FB.
A month's a long time ...
... to get done? I mentioned Plato's comments on democracy in The Republic, but that didn't help much. But they now have a better idea of checks and balances, and how advertising helps shape our opinions.
Chen also took me to another big park in Mianyang then we said goodbye to his parents. His father is helping us get ready to catch the train in a few minutes. A few birds are already up, time to see more of ...
Leaving Dali after a few mellow days left mixed feelings. I found stories that needed endings, as for example Mai and Steffan's friend Chris who is helping start a new restaurant near Dali University not far from the inn.
Chris is the kind of man who will try anything. He seems happy-go-lucky, not near as serious as his fellow Dutchman Steffan. But Chris doesn't give up on things and has rebuilt the kitchen at Purple Rice while working as the cook in it. He can make fried rice with ...
... teen-agers as arranged by the Mo. Dept. of Family Services.
Sunrise photos show a downhill building two different mornings. The walls went up so fast. A woman loaded bricks onto a wheelbarrow, her male partner used an electric winch to haul them up. A crew laid the walls. After they're up, Steffan explained, corners are then formed and poured. When we volunteered on school construction in Vietnam last year, they did the corners first then the walls. ...
... and looking in all the earth buildings and trekking around the beautiful, rural countryside. We saw local folks washing their cloths in stream who were entirely self sufficient in breeding their meat and growing their crops. We saw hundreds of livestock; chickens, pigs, pheasants and ......... we were shocked to witness two people getting something out of boiling water and start to ‘un fur’ it – we assumed ...