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... on his head! These antics were highly amusing for the adoring public on the other side of the glass!
Amy had us in stitches telling us about the story that two tourists had shared with her around buying Panda Poo Poo Tea on the internet. I am yet to check it out but apparently the droppings of the panda are collected and sold at some exorbitant price per gram and then brewed as a tea. Um, no thanks from me!
One of the pens featured a mother and ...
... a few hours rest on April 11 we exchanged US dollars for Chinese yuan at a bank nearby. They call the yuan "RNB" and the exchange rate right now is about $1.00 US dollar for 6.5 Chinese RNB. So dinner out is about 30 RNB = roughly $4.00-$5.00. Then we started an almost full-time schedule with and AM clinics for 3 weeks and classes 3 times a week for 3 weeks. And we had 3 fields trips that I will talk more about later.
... was not going to cut it: me having no internet connection, and Elizabeth having connection only by using the short ethernet cable. Thankfully a few days later Elizabeth played around with her laptop and got it to work! Yea for smart roommate!
After the internet guy left we were going to walk to China Telecom to pay 6 months of landline phone and internet fee. Our landlord showed us how close it was to our apartment and gave us ...
... with the raw force that plagues China's roads, although all that adrenaline must has been a little too much for some, who starting vomiting. One lone tibetan monk, with a transfixed, calm demeanour, took little notice of all commotion and sat quietly through the entire endeavour. His disinterest in the current perplexities and problems that shook all others was interesting. In the last few days we have been to Qingcheng ...
... nursery area where they had a few babies including a set of twins. They were ranging in size from tiny and in humidicribs, through to some in normal cots. The panda babies are very susceptible to disease so we could only look through glass to see them. It takes 6 months of dedicated care before they are declared to be out of danger.
After a snack stop we then decided to walk back through the park looking at the pandas. They were doing what pandas do which ...