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... rest of the world, particularly in math and how two other neighboring nations (Nepal and India) were educating their diverse populations even though they were not ranked, or did not participate, in the PISA examinations. However, due to the earthquake in Nepal, I only visited China, Singapore, and India. There were three reoccurring philosophies across all three countries that existed in the areas where students seemed to be consistently achieving. I also found that ...
... landscapes in the surrounding area of Chengdu. Because I learned these tips after I was getting ready to leave Chengdu, I didn't get the opportunity to visit the picturesque locations featured in the pictures I was shown!
Speaking of my hostel, once again, as with my stay at Guilin, one major highlight of my trip was meeting world travellers at the hostel's lounge. At Lazy Bones, there were mainly people from France, China, America, and Canada. It's sort of ...
... nervous. He was breathing deeply and looked distressed. They put a bag over his head and then pretended to throw knives at the board, when actually they merely stabbed them into the board. It was really funny to watch!
There was then a nice musical performance with an instrument I am unfamiliar with. It was sort of like a cello and a harp.
They closed with the famous mask dancers. ...
... famous for their exploits during the 'Romance of the Three Kingdoms' time. During the period, Chengdu was the capital of Shu and well known for the 3 blood-brothers, Liu Bei, Zhang Fei & Guan Yu and the venerable tactician Zhuge Liang. Here in this museum were effigies and carven statues of many of the famous generals of the time, the statues themselves were quite old, some marked from the sixteenth ...
... dynasty by carving it out of a cliff face. The Giant Buddha is 71 meters (233 feet) tall. The boat took us to the base of the mountain. It is quite a sight. There were people climbing down the narrow and steep stair case one one side. Others were climbing back up on the other side. People look like tiny ants by comparison.
There was a European couples with their son on the boat. First I thought she spoke German, then the husband started to chat with our ...