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... Bank of China, Foreign Trade Building.
Day 2: July 5, 2014
We walked to the People's Square quite early in the morning from where we took a public bus going in direction to Zhujiajiao (Ancient) Water Town. We paid RMB 12 for one ticket and it took us roughly one hour to reach the town. Besides us there were no other foreigners in the bus. We were slowly getting used to be the only weirdos :)
The entrance to the town was free of charge but ...
Today was extremely interesting. Instead of going to a school, we went to a learning center for teachers. It was funny because two of the teachers we have met on this trip who teach at schools in the middle of the desert were there. Teachers are required to come once a month to get extra training and what not here. There were quite a few teachers at ...
... only in infrastructure but in attitude and function as well. More people are being cross-trained in other jobs so they can continue to work if one particular process is down. He is also integrating females into other jobs than just sorting seeds. People have been resistant to change which is a common occurrence when dealing with humans but through persistence and the proven success of such changes the company should do quite well in the future.
... we visited were at different levels of school. At this school students study there for 6 semesters, so one classroom was a first semester class and the other classroom was a 6 semester class. Out of the 6 semesters that they study there 4 of them they learn English. The students here all have to take tests and based on their test scores determines the amount of fees they pay each semester. Unlike the elementary schools we visited where it was free, this high ...
I was able to experience the Palacio de Cortes with two new friends Tim and Victor. Victor was a great translator and helped us decipher many of the artifacts and works of art. The most impressive pieces to me, were the actual furniture pieces and house decorations that were in Cortes's house. Diego Rivera's mural depicting Cuernavaca's history was breathtaking. This was the first mural by Diego ...