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Similarly to naming Qingdao both the Switzerland and Riviera of China Suzhou is named the Venice of China. I think Suzhou deserves it's title a little more than Qingdao though. It's well pretty and has all sorts of fancy gardens you can visit, my favourite being 'The most Humble Administrator's Garden.' I took most of my photos in there. It even has a few canals to justify it's comparison to Venice. ...
... of Fishing Nets was just that. After entering the gate, it opened into several buildings with ponds connected with waterways and bridges. The whole complex might cover one acre.
Upon entering one of the rooms, Jo mentioned the high thresholds that you have to step over and told us never to step on it and that women stepped over with their right foot and men with their left foot (another superstition to bring good luck or prevent bad luck).
... br> Had a fabulous day, and really enjoyed spending time with everyone. I also met Helen, who is Richard Kemp's assistant on the Project, a lovely lady.
After we got back to the hotel Richard arrived with Jintao and they took me out to dinner. It was great catching up with Richard again.
... Partnership Schools checking in.
Luke Reddington was talking to the other students from Writhlington: Louis Paddon, Issac Soccorsy; Chloe Simms; Lydia Simmons, Adam Benney and Otta Brown. He looked up and saw me and his mouth opened in surprise as Rachel hadn't told them I would be there!
I went to Shantang Street with them in the evening. It was so lovely to spend time with the students and with Rachel.
... to reflect on the attractive aspects that this traditional garden, with its attached salons, offered. We chanced upon a couple dressed traditionally and singing Suzhou opera which we enjoyed as they graciously performed for a largely rather unruly crowd. After the gardens we were meant to have a boat trip on the Grand Canal which truly is a masterpiece of engineering. Started in the 5th century BC and completed around 600AD, it is the largest canal in ...