Travel Blogs from Weifang
Ever since we arrived to Weifang we were treated like VIP. They took care of us from the moment we arrived. As an art teacher I had an advantage because some school give a lot of importance to the visual arts. The students were eager to greet us and I immediately bonded with a couple of them making dough people and chatting. We were also taken ...
... Expert Cafeteria". Very interesting to talk with the teachers and students called upon to tour with us on Saturday. At all three schools there were several photos taken of our group with staff and officials.
Next stop: 14th Shouguang China International Vegetable Sci-tech Fair. We we were skeptical when we heard that we were going to see a veggie expo, but we were in for a big surprise. The scale of this event was mind boggling and we spent ...
... conversation to the lesson. Students have another weekly session on writing English with local teacher who emphasizes penmanship.
After lunch the Party Secretary took us to a huge Agricultural Exhibit. We toured four of a possible ten halls filled with High Tech vegetable growing displays, huge displays of pagodas, mountains, and monuments constructed solely of vegetables. The pagodas were many varieties and shapes of squash, all colors and shapes ...
... the near future. The students displayed their product and other art work in the China Cultural and Art Fair. It is a huge event with thousands of painters, craft artists from all over China, We visited the students booth and were surrendered by the media wanting to interview and takings pictures of "foreign visitors". With all the attention we generated, our group felt like rock stars at a concert. We came to Weifang to attend the famous International Kite Festival ...
... It had a nice spice to it and the cilantro was a good combo. I feel like a hero.
After dinner, we went to an International Hostel (this is our second time) and the teaching assistants came along. We ordered some alcoholic beverages, but the TAs drunk coffee and juices. After a while, some of them started drinking beer. They’re probably around ages 15-17, and there’s no legal age in China, which means they ...
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