Jiangxi Guomao Hotel
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... br> Students showed us the variety of training they receive and a small number of the programs they have. The Institute is huge, and on the particular day we arrived, they had number of delegates visiting - us, their Minister of Water Resources, as well as a congress of Institute Directors from all over Jiangxi.
We did get to meet the Minister and was invited to join him for lunch on the campus. He was really welcoming and ...
... had incorporated videos and links - the file size was huge and kept crashing our systems.
We had to revert to 'old technology' - thankfully I'd printed out a coloured hard copy, so we scanned that into PDF, and used that as the presentation. I'd also saved the video's separately on the USB and they worked fine.
It was a really frustrating day to say the least, but we got there in the ...
Flew out of Chengdu this morning, and arrived in Nanchang. At least here there is a bit of blue sky, although the smog is still incredibly thick - the Chinese refer to it as haze, rather than smog!!!
We were met at the airport by Mr Shaolin Yang and the Director of the Jiangxi Water Resources Institute - Mr Wu.
An interesting observation of workplace health and safety - see if you can see the guy in the red shirt installing an ...
... 100 Yuan which is $NZ20. Originally our hosts were going to organise meals for us each day but the logistics of that were difficult and the decision was made to leave us to our own devices. However, today is slightly different. We have been told that Nanchang food is significantly hotter than food in other areas of China and finding cuisine that agreed with our stomachs would be difficult if we were to walk into any random restaurant. So today ...
... paid for my ticket again and we wandered around all morning through dilapidated buildings and on hand cut sidewalks. There's not a lot to say about the ancient village, it was the same as most of the villages I have seen, but perhaps there was a more "authentic" feeling there. Probably because people still live there in the old style and there were a lot of chickens running around. I realized THIS is how bird ...