Anyang Sunshine Hotel
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I found out there is professional hockey in Korea. This was unexpected because it's not popular, so I didn't even know there was any until just a couple months ago.
There is actually only two teams in all of Korea, so the league encompasses all of Asia to have enough teams to play with.
A big advantage of it for me is their ...
... with its curious pagoda. The temple was established Zhou Dynasty (BCE 1100-221) and entering through the magnificent front gate brings you into the first courtyard, which is dominated by the Hall of the Heavenly Kings, a three room hall that features hanging eaves over ornate gables along with a jolly golden statue of the Maitreya Buddha along with some large temple guardians.
... of China, was proscribed dragon bones for his malaria and upon examining these curious artifacts he concluded that the script on them was a prototypical form of Chinese script. The bones were eventually traced back to the site in Anyang and China’s earliest archaeological excavations followed.
Further investigation proved the writing to be ...
... the tombs of prominent monks and students from Shaolin monastery and the oldest pagoda dates to around 618 ad.
Also close to Shaolin are the Longmen Grottoes, which are one of the largest and impressive examples of Buddhist art in world. There are something like 100,000 Buddhist images in 10 mile stretch of grottoes.
Well thats enough for now! The rest is soon to come
... and we get to eat our work in the end!
This year I had a ghost story activity. It was pretty simple in that we wrote and shared our ghost stories, but I added a little atmosphere but turning off the lights, sitting on the floor when sharing our stories, candles, roasting marshmallows, and having a special guest, Jeff Bunke, a Canadian who teaches the middle school girls. I was nervous about doing this (and actually chickened out of doing it last ...