Holiday Inn Youlian Suzhou
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We met our friend Jason at 9 AM and headed for the city of Suzhou also known as the Venice of the East. It is a city of canals and small boats. We visited the Humble Administrator's Gardens, which you can probably guess were in no way, shape, or form humble. Suzhou is known for its silk making and we saw some ...
... flash mob to the strains of a popular Chinese song. See the attached video! After the video was taken, other Pearl School students joined in the dance. A real flash mob! The boys also showed off their breakdancing style - brave to improvise in such an organised society! Again other students joined in too. We were entertained by students playing traditional instruments, k-pop style dancing troupes and a ...
... the bureaucracy required for that! They have plans for more buildings on adjacent farmland and were interested to hear of our space issues. We attended classes with our students. It was really interesting to see that the bilingual classrooms have less children (class sizes of about 25 compared to traditional classes of 50) and are now set up into working groups of six, just like our classrooms. This makes for a more relaxed ...
An early start today to a warm welcome and our name up in lights at SEPS. Principal Pan was at the gate to greet us, along with some friends who had visited CPS last year and many curious faces. We were ferried off to our classes - we waved the children off into the great unknown, with pairs of our students in grade six classes. As each pair entered their class they were greeted with rapturous applause! The students followed ...
... Would be cool to see the final pictures in some Chinese magazine or catalogue.
Next stop Nanjing
Having seen enough of Suzhou we are now going to the city of Nanjing which has been the capital of China twice (but each time only for a few years) and is a very historical place for (a) the Nanjing city walls, the largest still existing city walls in the world and (b) for the Nanjing massacre committed by the Japanese during world war II.