Jinjiang International Hotel Changzhou
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We went to the school in Changzhou today. We did lots of activities including calligraphy, traditional Chinese music, wood art and a music concert. We were treated like celebrities and all the kids wanted a photo with us! I tried a game with a hoop where you have to guide the hoop along with a metal stick that is curved at the ...
After the bumpy flight from Sydney to ChangZhou, we landed to 35 degrees, humidity level, don't laugh - I have taken off my leggings and wearing my flats without sockets - fashion plus!!! Not so luxurious surroundings here - Qantas does not have a code share lounge. We are sitting in Yeasun Coffee House. With very expensive coffee and dodgy ...
... their homework. Our students were given a private Martial Arts session. What a treat. The physical education teacher is just wonderful and patient. He demonstrated a Kung Foo routine in which he moved so gracefully and with control. Then, he began to teach the students the first half. I was surprised with how quickly the students grasped the routine. It was definitely funny to watch, they were not as controlled or graceful. ...
All the AQMs met at the Crown Plaza Hotel Wuxi on Friday 7th March for the second Dipont STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fair. The event started with a University Challenge quiz for the students, followed by a meal.
The following day we walked down to Tian Yi school (one of my centres), which is a beautiful centre on a lovely campus, for the presentations.
... must have pegged me because instead of trying to sell me the regular pearls, I was asked if I'd like to see the more rare gold pearls. They were stunning, but at prices between $700 - $1,800 (Cdn) , out of my budget. However, I did help out one of my fellow passengers negotiate the price of a lovely pearl necklace, for which she was most grateful. From there we were taken to the teapot museum for a demonstration on how teapots are made using the blue sand from Kai Lake. ...