Howard Johnson Parkland Hotel
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... National Park, with huge rock formations surrounding a beautifully colored lake. We took many group photos in dangerous spots we weren't supposed to go in, but everything turned out just fine! We made our way back down to another wild bus ride - they were going super fast around sharp curves with only flimsy guardrails to save us. It was fun, but also a little stomach churning. We had lunch and made our way to another beautiful park that is owned by China, ...
... is very unique to the Chinese culture.
Josen and I then went to the studio where we tried to perfect our concept some more. Mah was very helpful and we came up with much better ideas because of the things he suggested to us. We went to the supply store at the school to get some foam core, ribbons, and paper. We then got to work cutting the foam core to the shape we desired.
The night went on until about 4 o’clock AM when ...
... off campus and found an art supply store where there was a wide variety of things for very cheap. We looked around & I decided I would like to buy a large set of markers, but I will have to get some more money from the ATM before doing that. We then went back to the cafeteria and had some soup for supper, which was good. We went back to the “Book Bar” and worked some more, staying up until about 12:30. ...
... also gave us all a special tea as a gift, which we were all very thankful for. Something I really like about gift giving is the giving and receiving is all done with both hands to show that you are very thankful.
We were all very peaceful and then Mah told us we only had ten minutes to eat lunch because we had to catch a bus to take a train to another museum to see an exhibit. We all hurriedly ate and ran to the bus on the edge of campus. The bus was very ...
... are super good!! Then the Chinese students arrived and we chatted with them for a while. I was getting concerned because no one had said anything to me yet… After some people played a few basketball games, we went and got changed into nicer clothes for the welcoming dinner.
Freshened up a bit, we headed back to the basketball court to meet up with everyone for a tour. At this point I finally met my partner, Josen. (That is his chosen name, many of the Chinese students ...
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