Crowne Plaza Shenyang Zhongshan
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What a day! We spent the morning (after a couple of classes) shopping at the flea market! What an overwhelming experience. I think if we had a week or two, we might could get through about half of this!! It's many buildings and many floors in those buildings! After that we went to the Golden Arches of Shenyang... Otherwise known as McDonalds :) and refueled. Next we went to the Shenyang Urban Planning Center, ...
First today we learned of the history from the Japanese War Museum (things NOT in Japanese history books). Next we went a short ways outside Shenyang to a tiger park, and saw lots of wild life. Following that we continued to the Strange Slope where rode up the down-hill and coasted down the up slope (the Strange Slope appears to defy gravity). After that we spent a short time shopping at Carrefour, a huge department ...
Ethan K: This weekend was a blast! It was very awkward at times, but over all, it was great. We did things like: eat Tang Hu Lu (sort of like a caramel apple), play Legos, watch movies, eat wonderful food, travel to famous places and shops in Shenyang, going to calligraphy classes, shop for jade, and even ice skating! This is one of the most memorable weekends of my whole life! I wouldn't change it for the ...
March 24th, 2014 Today was the first day at Shenyang School. We went to the beginning two classes of the day with our buddies, mine were English and Chinese. In Chinese we had a poem reading, we each split up into groups and each group read the poem out loud. Your group received bonus point if it had an American. In English we learned about fishermen and how to say different words in ...
... On Saturday, I got to spend the day with a few of Wendy's classmates, so I saw a few familiar faces, which made it a little easier. The first class was English, and the teacher had me introduce myself and answer questions that the students have. Then I had to read their new vocabulary words and a few small paragraphs. Chinese was next. I understood absolutely nothing. I was glad when it was over. Then they had a flag raising and welcome ...