Daqian International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... teaching Chiropractic Philosophy classes as a part of the curriculum. Number 1 Hospital is the only hospital in all China outside of Beijing and Hong Kong to have a Chiropractic Clinic as a part of their health services. It’s a real feather in the cap so to speak.
As the evening came to a close there was a lot of laughter and smiles and everyone wanted to say goodbye. It was a very enjoyable evening.
... when the fuse was lit, fired in rapid succession 80 aerial fireworks of myriad colors. Way too cool. From the 32 floor roof garden we could see displays in many different directions and it was not yet 9 o'clock. We played with the sparklers and fired off another box of mortars to the delight and glee of all, including Shelby, who normally does not care too much for Fireworks. Please accept my apologies about Pics of ...
... a bag of goodies for Pam that included very ornate Chinese Knot work and wall hangings and a beautiful bamboo scroll calendar. There were lots of OOOOO’s and ahahahahah’s and many more pictures before we said goodnight and we were driven back home.
On the way back, after dark by now, we got a preview of yet another adventure to come. The streets and trees were lighted ...
... teams consisted with about 4 or 5 pairs of teachers. The team that finished the race the fastest was the winner of the game.
After the teacher's game was over, it was time for the games to begin. The games con sisted of leg races, disc toss, high jump, and long jump. These games all were happening all at the same time. I was still able to balance my time at each event and did witness all of these events. The youth ...
... the trek as venders were selling stuff such as food, socks, belts, shoes, and hair supplies to name a few. As we went further, the adults sitting under the breeze of trees as they played their games such as Chinese Checkers and Mah jong. The game of Mah jong here are played with the blocks instead of being played on the computer.
The day was starting to get late and so we decided to get a cab to head back to Zi gong. The day was awesome.