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... Chinese Kungfu Masters.
After returning to our dorms at Beijing Normal High School, at around 10:30 pm, we all crashed hard. Tomorrow we have a long day ahead of us again. When quick comment, "Is daddy in jail?" My daughter asked this when seeing pictures of me inside or dorm rooms here. :)
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All of the kids had a great experience and many kids came back with food and gifts. We met back at the hotel and waited an hour and a half for our bus to return to the hotel. Our luggage was below the bus so we had to wait in the lobby. However, this gave our kids more time to visit with their Chinese partners and I would say that these exchanges are the true meaning of why we come on this ...
... Both Rodrigo and Sam had the opportunity to work together on the various moves. Master Ren is about 55 years old and as you can tell from the pictures, in phenomenal shape. "Can a billion Chinese be wrong?" (Lost Boys)
The kids were tasked with writing their "Chinese Story." This is a 300 or more word essay, mostly in Chinese, about their experiences here in China. I assume there is a prize ...
... reasons Chinese rice is easy to pick up with chopsticks is because it is very sticky.
Chinese cuisine: When we say "Chinese food," we are typically simplifying 4,000 year plus of cooking in China. There are really 8 cuisines: Anhui-local herbs and vegetables/fresh bamboo and mushrooms, Cantonese-sweet, stir fried, dumplings, seafood, and dimsum, Fujian-Soups, mushrooms and bamboo shoots, Jiangsu-Salted dry duck and fish, ...
Today was a big day with a lot to do and see. The kids did not have Chinese class today. Instead, they visited the Cultural Center here on Shandong University campus.
After a brief introduction to Confucius and Chinese culture, we were taken in groups to different rooms on the 24th floor. Each room had different activities that taught us more about the culture. The first station was the tea ceremony. The ...