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Our Haicheng friends took us by bus to our hotel today in Shenyang. It didn't take us long to check in and find the shopping areas. We split up into two groups; one went to the Happy Family shopping mall, another took a taxi to a shopping area with individual vendors. Everyone was wildly successful. Mr Wilson bought several knock off items at …
Shenyang Shenyang is the capital of
Liaoning Province. The largest industrial city in northeast China, it
has a population of 3.3 million. The most important historic site in the
city is Shenyang Imperial Palace, the former residence of the Qing
Dynasty founder Nurhachi and his successor Huangtaiji and the place
where Emperor Shun Zhi, founding monarch of the Qing imperial rule had ...
... our apt. building. I found out that they will be used for tea.
Tuesday morning Christa and I went to the Wu Ai Market and then met Mary, Laura and Kristin at the yarn floor. We bought more needles and yarn to finish up the scarves that I have been working on for the kids.
On Wednesday I went to Tricia's apartment for the second time to work on the pictures for a picture book for blind orphans through the International Club. ...
... Church which I had read about. I picked up the kids from school Thursday and Friday since Christa was out of town. Five of them are at the elementary school, so I get them first and then go to the area by the old apartment and the kids play while I pick up Lucas at the Kindergarten. There is a cat there that they always play with.
Saturday there was a Halloween party at Langston where Jason works, so he took the kids. I stayed home ...
... is an art that you could compare to growing grapes for wine or growing coffee beans. The conditions have to be just right, you have to process it many times, and there is a "taster" who can tell you everything about the tea with just one "slurp" (he demonstrated this - he really does slurp very noisily!). Most tea that is consumed in China - and probably other countries - is not organic and you really don't know what ...