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... me as well as the rest of the American students, that wasn't the case. We had finally arrived at our destination. We walked into the town, and that turned out to be more exciting then it sounds. There were people taking pictures of us when we walked in. The Chinese people aren't even secretive about it either. They just whip out their phones, hold them up high in hopes of getting a good angle, and then snap away. Even the police had their phones ...
... girls came on who had one sleeve of their outfit that was about 15 feet long and they all danced and spun together! The costumes through the whole show were so magnificent and colorful. There were also drum dances symbolizing battles and a man who played an ancient pan type flute that sounded just like a singing bird. The show lasted 90 minutes and everyone who was there absolutely loved ...
... it and you could have your picture taken with him. He was a busy man. The book is great by the way!
In the evening we attended a great musical show. An add on-to our trip. It was well worth it, but we were awfully sleepy.
There is a coal plant right outside of Xian, the air was very, very bad. I thought it would be better since we left Beijing, but it seemed worse.
Xian population: 8.5 ...
The gardens and pond areas left a little bit to be desired....the photos will explain.
That evening we had a welcome dinner for a new teacher who has arrived from Poland. We went to a new restaurant - a bit fancy - they even had a massage chair in our private dining room, so there was lots of fun had with that.
Private dining rooms are the norm here for the bigger restaurants. While there ...
... thing to Revron Tegtmeier's Sunday Sermons that I have experienced here. I had a conversation via Skype typing with my now Fiance about these foreign services. She obviously had some similar experiences and because I am lazy, that is what I am going to use for my blog. It is posted below.
Just as a precursor. The service was in all Chinese, they were aware it was Easter but the scriptures we used were not related to Easter or Lent. There ...