Weifang International Financial Tower
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... climbed this mountain.
Everyone time we reached a cheak point, looking up just reveal a lot more and it never seemed to end, but eventually, after 35 minute after reaching halfway, we reached the top! We got some food and refreshments. The view is absloutely gorgerous. It seem like a sea of trees with a path of people in it.
Me and 2 other people were the FIRST to reach the top. We waited a long time for the rest to appear. It is a shame that I don't have much picture.
Bye to 泰山, 五嶽之首, 泰山老母 Went to 木雨石factory 4 hrs driving to Weifang 濰坊 三頁餅-濰ࢺ 6;specialty 景芝景陽春 ;酒廠and lunch. Good deep fried dishes, fish and chicken, with wine. Kite ...
... Foreign Language school where we met with teacher from England, India and other speaking countries. That evening we went to see the kites wired with lights and flying in convoys (some of them) the others very large and shining with colorful lights. At this point the temperature was freezing with a ver low windchill factor.
ill finish later ...
... skills of grade school children. We were welcomed by the principal and escorted to a hall to look at an exposition of student work.
Then on to a huge huge boarding school (3400 students), called the Foreign Language School. The campus is 160 acres with very modern dorms. We chatted with several international teachers from Britain, Australia, US and other countries who were hire to teach English. After a brief tour, were had lunch in ...
... from abroad were excited to talk to Americans! They were recruited by an agency for a one year contract, have 2 forty minute "conversation" sessions a week with same group of 50 students. These are rote conversations such as "my name is", how old are you". British student told me that only one student of his (she was at our lunch) can carry on a meaningful conversation. She has another source for instruction - private tutoring. The teachers have no freedom to ...