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Today, apart from what is on the itinerary Peter and I will be celebrating our 38th wedding anniversary!
So today we visit the silk factory, then travel by coach to Wuxi, (pronounced Wooshi). We then visit Lake Tai, and go to the Lingshan Grand Buddha. Dinner is supposed to be good with a speciality of sweet and sour spare ribs. The evening is scheduled for a walk through Nanchang Street.
The day began with a self ...
... this time teaching middle school Chinese English teachers how to improve their oral English skills, but to teach effectively their students, the very students I have been teaching throughout the year. I was in my element, more confident, full of humor, more relaxed than I was a year ago, teaching them what I do to engage my students, from songs to movies, vocabulary using iPad technology, to facilitating discussions about teaching, as well as my own background and ...
... in Hangzhou costs sometimes 80 Yuan for a ticket. Although a meager $15AUD in value, it is more than what most Chinese people can afford.
Our next stop was Lingshan Buddhism tourist area. The area, just west of Wuxi, is renowned for the giant bronze Buddha stature. Towering at 88metres (since 8 is the luckiest number in China, naturally it was going to be 88metres. I was surprised to learn that this was in fact almost twice the height of Statue ...
Hey Spring look over here!
And this is what a paint tray looks like.
... of the displays in the tea shop.
Trying the different teas and smelling the tea leaves.