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... he witnessed the signing of the Friendly Agreement between our two training organisations. Approx. 2:30 we were invited into their auditorium to give a presentation on TAFE Queensland South West - approximately 500 students and staff in the room. They asked some really good questions, as they try to understand our vocational education meets industry needs.
One of the highlights of the visit was to walk through their ...
Wow what a day! Yesterday we drove back from the Mt LuShan and on the way passed this massive religious statute of Buddha - The Golden Buddha. Its the largest outdoor statute of Buddha in the world at over 81m high. We climbed the stairs to the half way point, and got a great view of the valley below.
Got back to Nanchang around lunch time, and then went to the Business Centre of the hotel to prepare ...
... on the opposite building balcony approx 19 storeys high - no harness - standing on another air-conditioner, drilling directly into the concrete wall .....
Mr Wu had a pretty busy day with hosting a delegation of all the Institute Directors of all the vocational colleges in his province. So he had directed Shaolin to take us sightseeing for today and the weekend, so that on Monday and Tuesday we can conduct some business.
This meant that Trevor ...
... no meal allowance and the food has been found for us. Lunch was 11 courses and dinner 14. Fantastic tasting food – lots (and lots) of different types of Tofu cooked in a number of ways as well as the usual corn soup, rice, noodles, fantastic selections of greens and some bits and pieces we can’t quite work out. The restaurant was tucked in behind tonight’s theatre – perhaps its fo the theatre staff…hard to ...
... I made a mental note to wash my hands well with soap before I ate lunch.
We wandered around the three villages and checked off all five sites that were included in my ticket, which included a small museum of farming implements, a couple mansions and a dismantled watch tower.
We drove back and made it just in time for me to catch a sleeper train home. Six hours later, it was raining in Changsha.