Haishang Mingzhu Hotel

Address: South to Luoxing Tower, Mawei District, Fuzhou, Fujian, 350000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on South to Luoxing Tower, Mawei District, Fuzhou.
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    It is our last day in Fuzhou. It has been a great team to work with and each of us American teachers has had the experience of a lifetime. The Chinese teacher are so sincere and speak from the heart. Their language is rich with refreshing vocabulary that we tend to omit from our own talking. The closing ceremonies were wonderful. Da-Ming challenged the teachers...he said that he recently visited America and did not see many factories because Americans were a ...

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