Crowne Plaza Jinan City Center
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... Beijing for our final 3 days in the camp. The train ride was only 1 and half hours and flew by. We were seated together and could barely fit all of our luggage on the train. Imagine 50 kids with full suitcases trying to put the luggage in the storage area on the train.
We arrived at the train station and I went to McDonald's to buy fries for the group. Of course they started to leave while ...
... is: Two students welcome us formally in Chinese and English, a Chinese student gives a welcome speech, an American student gives a welcome speech, a Chinese teacher or principal give a speech, and an American representative ( which happens to be me each time).
We were all given numbers 1-100 and were matched up with other Chinese partners for our stay at their school and in Zhoucun for the next two days. Boys are ...
... US an hour. So, you cannot afford to have a bad year, semester, or week. So, boyfriend/girlfriend relationships are almost non-existent. Chinese students life involves "study, study, study!" Some schools have organized sports and other extra-curricular activities,but most focus primarily on education.
School begins around 7 or 7:30 am and can go to 7 pm at night. They usually have a 1.5 or ...
... The Coke, Sprite, and Tea (Famous brand-Jia Duo Bao) were actually ice cold, a rarity in China.
It is interesting that the rice came last! To the Chinese, rice is like the bread on the table, and if you eat a lot of the rice and not the food, you are being rude. It would be like being served a steak and potato dinner and only eating the rolls. Usually the rice will be served after the soup and at the beginning of a meal. Note: One ...
... takes around 5-10 minutes and is a way for the Chinese to chat with their friends. Traditionally they do not drink tea because they are thirsty, but because they want to show respect to their friends.
Jackson had the opportunity to make tea and go learned how to do all of the steps. It is a very complex way to make a beverage! The kids enjoyed the tea, a green tea, and everything that goes into ...