Auspicious Business Hotel
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... Chair were downstairs having a coffee and would I like to join them. I conferred with the delegation leaders and explained that ships don't really carry power and services and was given the green light to meet with the Austcham folk.
Best decision made. Of all of my meetings in China, this was by far the most informative and real insight I have been able to get. Real information as to what would be successful and what would be difficult ...
... hotel at 8:00 - thinking we might beat the crowds . . . NOT! There were so many groups of people everywhere, following their leader, taking pictures, taking in the scene! (Arnold described the crowd as being "smaller than usual" ... Wow!). Leaders with their flags and their disciples listening to their every word! Entire groups of little children, all dressed alike, with red scarfs around their necks, to honor ...
... the welcome received were amazing. We only hope that we can build on this partnership in years to come. Our experiences as 'tourists' in China have certainly supported a much greater understanding of the history and culture of the Chinese people. Our Old Orchard students have been admirable representatives of both their school and their country. I have been extremely proud of each one of them. To Taicang No. ...
... a pic of it and sent it to her moms friend.( vascular NUM) Becci was not worried. HELL, I WAS. I/we decided to get antibiotics. The chemist said no no no you have to see a DR. Bec showed her her ankle and she was given antibiotics with out a script OTC. We then confirmed with DR the correct antibiotics were given and all Ok. I HOPE. I told her to go home and rest while I walked the streets to look for non stick dressings and a crepe bandage. Not an easy task ...
Croissant & black coffee for breakfast this morning which was a change from the tasty Chinese fare we'd been having. Good though. First stop today was Tiananmen Square in central Beijing. What an impressive sight - it's an enormous paved square surrounded by huge state buildings on the Eastern and Western sides, the entrance to the Forbidden City to the North and on the South side is the Mausoleum of Chairman Mao. After strolling ...