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Our group took a day trip a little up the coast to Quanzhou on Wednesday, and the sights took my breath away. Some for the scope of their exquisite and intricate massiveness, and some for the details of devotion on a 2000 year old rock. The day was full of wonder, yet again. The town is often thought to be the end/beginning of the Silk Road, and was thus diversely populated for thousands of years. The religious diversity evident in ...
It's not clear to us what religion these temples represent. At least one temple was shared by both Buddhist and Taoist worshippers, though these are different religions. Some temples are apparently for a local religion, which involves ...
... written as letters.
We had a couple of good air quality days and the next time I can see the mountains clearly I'm going to go hiking again. I never feel so far from home as when I'm hiking up a trail here and pass by some long forgotten tomb that's 100's of years old or the old foundations of what was probably a small hut in the 1400's.
I've been enjoying my private students at a business office here.
... turned on our bedroom heater when it got down to 45F the other night. The cold wet rain wasn’t all that enjoyable but the day right after was. 4 days of rain fall is apparently what it take to clean the air here because the day after the rain stopped was without a doubt the clearest air we have seen in China yet. The visibility was more than 10km, and the air quality index was comparable to Indiana. I was able to see mountains 8km away from here that I hadn’t known were ...
... in front of it. The tour guides were quick to tell us that Mao had visited the place once but without any real enthusiasm. There were a number of classrooms which are distinguished only by a small platform at the front where the teacher would sit in front of their students. Built right next door was a Confucius school of learning and we got lucky enough to see a group of primary school children reciting poetry on ...