Lung Chuen International Hotel
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... time we had come out from lunch, it was pouring, so the planned walk to a temple was put off. I thought I knew where some shopping markets were, but got it wrong (!) so we ended up spending a lot of time on the subway with no result. Ah well, that's part of the adventure too, I suppose..
On Sat morning we were all up early again and by 5:30 am I had put Carol & Don in a taxi for the airport. It was ...
... I told them that would had as a soup in NZ, and could easily be the whole meal. It was rather large, and filling, but very good. Not sure why we don't have it as a hot drink, really - would be better for us than coffee?
They told me I need to go back and look around in the daytime - the universities are arranged in 3 circles, and you can hire a bike to go between them as the area is pretty big. Lots of parks, and a big lake in the middle, so I will have a look one day soon.
... cake, candy, bread, pizza, burger, chicken, ice cream. The foods, of course, are familiar, but not all the English words, especially chicken, bread, noodles, rice. (They all know pizza, cake, burger) Last night was only the second time they have been introduced to the vocab, and they can't read yet, so being able to recognise the word alone was pretty impressive. The ones who struggled a bit were helped by the others, so no one was left out of the game.
... years. This increases their vulnerability to depression, mental instability or criminal activities.
I would volunteer in Maoning city, which locates in western Guangdong. There are half a million left-behind children in the city. Because of poverty, some of the schools cannot afford desks for the children, and some of the children could not afford school bags. They take books to schools in hands, and the books are so old that the pages start ...
... loud, chaotic, not well stocked, messy, and is run by a few people with a large amount of power and wealth who have little regard for the masses. I'll leave you to figure out which is which. As I mentioned, I'm in Shenzen today, a special economic zone just across the boarder from Hong Kong. It's one of the wealthiest cities in China, and it shows. If there's one thing you absolutely MUST do in Shenzhen, it's visit the Dafen ...