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Went out at 8am and it was way too hot already, the temperature went up to 30c, but it was muggy and poluted - the air quality reached a hight of 201 up to 50 is good, 51-100 moderate, 101 - 150 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups, 151 - 200 Unhealthy... but last year when i was here it went over the scale of 500 - passing the very unhealthy and Hazardous levels of the scale :/
here you can listen to how nǐ hǎo sounds... http://translate.google.cn/?hl=en#en/zh -CN/hello
Load of pics to let you get a feel for every day life - you can scroll down to see thumbnails but there is so much in them it is best to click and go through the slideshow..
I haven't cropped them or anythng fancy as i think it give you a better feel for how ...
Busy with work - only been round the campus - which is massive so pics similar to last ones but I know some of you were keen to see what the gardens are like in September - and i'm just tring to get random pics of daily life here - its been raining loads (more than most years apparently) so there are no 'watering spoons' in sight - but loads of orange brollies.
My pics have captions - hope they explain things enough - if not you can always ask :)
We met Heidi, Leo, Stefan, Mathew, Steve and Yan, Louis and Anna (new teachers at NFLS who taught with Heidi in Thailand), Chrissy and Nancy (the CC's from NFLS and Jinling). Will and I left first. Will suggested as we were dressed up we got a taxi up to the Westin Hotel and had a cocktail in the bar. ...
... and then got us all to chant and ring the donger. They were so friendly and lovely with us! After the temple we walked down to the lake and walked across to the first island. The weather had changed and we had a terrific thunder storm when we were in the city centre after we'd had lunch at the Spicy Salad shop.