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... Foreign Language school where we met with teacher from England, India and other speaking countries. That evening we went to see the kites wired with lights and flying in convoys (some of them) the others very large and shining with colorful lights. At this point the temperature was freezing with a ver low windchill factor.
ill finish later ...
... first stop was a huge art Exhibition at the massive Shandong-Taiwan Convention and Exhibition Center. We saw the aforementioned exhibit put on by the school that we visited first the day before. The center was of epic proportion and filled with hundreds of booths where artists sold work ranging from paper cuttings and embroidery to kites and massive wood furniture. We had our pictures taken many times with the kids in their booth.
Since we ...
... carved jade, sculptures of classic heroes and Buddhas, household decorations, calligraphy and paintings. We were photographed with artists and public officials and interviewed by the media! Fan Yan, who met Spencer last year in Lexington, gave me a kite and a small clay tiger for Spencer.
Then back to the kite festival with the local C Party Secretary for a few hours in a crowded field of families flying kites, eating picnics, many vendors but no competitions ...
Fan Yun - a talented paper and leaf cutter artist spent last June in Columbia at the invitation of Columbia Friends of China. This time she was a gracious hostess showing us her home town Weifang in Shandong Providence. We took a high speed train (average 300 km/ hr) from Suzhou and arrived Weifang 5 hours later in a snow shower. Fan Yun and her friends met us and took us to a big banquet. This time the Shandong specialties were sea foods and steamed bread and ...
... in the room and needed to get it. He comes in while half of our bodies are still asleep. He opened one of the cupboards and took out a bag and then left. I don’t think he was a teacher but a student because this is a boy’s dormitory...
Well, that’s probably the end of my journey in Qufu. I still need to talk about the 2 previous camps because they were also very interesting. However, that will have to come ...
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