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I haven't seen the chair of my dissertation, mentor and friend, Cynthia Franklin in more than 12 years and we happened upon each other in China of all places. She was travelling through the country conducting trainings. We were lucky enough to meet up in the beautiful Hangzhou - a short train ride from Shanghai. The lotuses were in bloom so we were treated to a feast for the eyes and soul. It was a beautiful day and so wonderful to catch up with an old friend and ...
... and we were able to see the temples, pagodas and islands. Thankfully only about 15 minutes away was the Lingyin Temple. It was pretty awesome. Caves, a river, gardens and over 500 budhha statues. That is a dumbfounding amount of buddhas in one place. We all burned incense and made a wish before bowing 3 times. I wished for a great and hassle-free time in Japan ;)! Founded in 328AD it remains one of the largest and wealthiest temples in China. ...
... lovely, she told us she was 57, and her son is an English teacher. Her English didn't stretch to anything more than 'very goode' but she was fun! We watched them starting to prepare the food for the evening and then ordered spicy cauliflower, prawns and spicy mushrooms. It was all delicious. Then we watched stalls being wheeled down the street ...
... people do not like fat people and asked which countries like fat people. I told him Americans like both. Somehow the conversation then turned to if old men are interested in younger women, we agreed that universally there are older men who are interested in younger woman. While discussing this he referred to a group of people as *******s but I'm not sure who. We also discussed if American wages are better than Chinese, he was surprised when I told him teachers in ...
... home is summer pick which is regarded as the poorest quality and not as popular with the Chinese. I have to admit that dad and I have become great fans of the different Chinese teas and feel much better for having drunk so much.
We then decided to go for a walk through some more of the beautiful parkland that is the heart of this city. Lush and green I am envious of those that live here. A ...