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Travel Blogs from Yangzhou
... your body. The whole idea of eastern medicine is very interesting. It really revolves around the idea of prevention, rather than waiting for something to happen and then treating it. I truly believe that it has some truth behind it. I do, however, believe that the best way to be healthy is to combine eastern and western medicine.
We decided to spend our final night in Taizhou getting massages, and then going out! Of course the hospitality continued, so ...
... night, and were given 2 hours to ourselves to observe and sketch. Over the course of this trip, I came to really enjoy these times when we were able to break off from the group and explore on our own. I found that i was always so inspired and amazed by what I found. I had forgotten how much I could enjoy sketching outside of class. I chose to sit by a bridge and sketch a pong/swamp area that had a small house, trees, and a temple in the background. It was ...
... we went to an area of the city that our professor Wei helped to design and develop in 2008. Because of this, Wei knows a lot of people in the city, and everyone knows him. We visited a museum that Wei himself designed, which was really special both to us and him. The small museum not only teaches feng shui principle, but also demonstrates it within the construction of the building. Unfortunately, the ...
... we finished with the animals and rides we headed home with ice lollys. I had the best ice lolly i have ever had, it was yummy fruit ice around jelly! Brilliant invention!
Then we went back to grandmas for yet another feast! There were so many people we had to create makeshift tables and places to eat! Oh and i discovered yummy peanut flavoured milk, cousin Benjamin's worst nightmare! The usual eat this eat this occured but this time i was safe eating dumplings, including kung ...
... the birds from swallowing larger fish,
which are held in their throat, but the birds can swallow smaller fish. When a
cormorant has caught a fish in its throat, the fisherman brings the bird back
to the boat and has the bird spit the fish up. Though cormorant fishing once
was a successful industry, its primary use today is to serve the tourism
industry. We wondered what the SPCA would think of this in NZ! As said, mainly
just for tourists.