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... shell and closer to the audience in order to stop the sound from becoming too boomy. With plenty of time to rehearse this afternoon we felt comfortable by performance time and did the best concert of the tour to date.
We met the NZ Consulate General briefly after the concert and she spoke very kindly of our performance and was clearly proud to have representatives of New Zealand in her adopted city.
... that of New Zealand. It's great to be in the heart of a truly international mega-city.
This morning was a 6:00am checkout followed by breakfast and a short bus trip to the train station to board the Bullet Train for the 828km trip to Guangzhou. At just over 3 hours – it really is the ultimate way to travel. The trains used to run at a standard top speed of 350km/h but in 2011 this was reduced to 300km/h as the result of safety concerns on ...
... ve been surprised. Starting with school food, I’m fortunate in
as much the free meals at school saves my wallet the pains of dining out. Whereas
the food itself, is in fact edible served with lots of vegetables and rice. The
caveat however usually has to do with the meat. In a ratio of say 4:1, the meal
is fine and I’ll eat everything. But that one time when there is a surprise, you
end up just shaking your head. For example, last Wednesday ...
... first week alone, I’ve eaten more greens here than I have this remaining past year. Additionally, it is customary plenty of noodles to be served at each sitting along with strange meats I have no way of citing due to the fact I’ve never seen such cuts before. Surprisingly, I thought I’d see more rice here, but really not so much.
Finally, an update on chopsticks, the custom of using these traditional sticks to eat is still a dreadful experience for ...
... Nanhai Primary Experimental School, is a private school, and one of the nicest in all of Foshan. There are four to five main buildings on campus, one of which is a dorm, and they are architecturally set up so that the space between them make for an inviting, open concept space. The only qualm I’d have, is the track is about half the size back home. By default, the river walk will have to do. As a bit of compensation, the school does provide me with three free meals a day. ...