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... told principal Lee that he thought the stones could be valuable and he should get them appraised. Last week principal Lee got the results. It is estimated that the stone carvings are worth about $10,000,000. Some of them date back to the 17th century. So if you run into Principal Lee, he has a big smile on his face.
When we got back to our apartment for lunch we were joined by Peter. He and Patrick I were the first Chinese teachers ever to stay with us back in ...
Gene and I had a fun morning and afternoon today. Daphne, her husband Mo, and son EJ, picked us up to take us to Daphne's brother's father-law's apartment. He lives on campus at the vocational school he teaches at, here in Liuzhou, and is an Electronics Technology teacher. The school teaches life skills to high school students. On this campus there was a factory where students learn how car machinery works. Daphne told us we can call him Mr. Bear because ...
... sections for people to set up grills. You could rent the grill and buy the charcoals. The stuff to grill could be brought from home or ordered there. They also provided stools, made for leprechauns to sit on. It was so far down I had to aim, making sure my butt would connect with it. Once down you weren't getting up for awhile.
There were hundreds of people there, all in their cubicles, grilling, playing mahjong and ...
Today I thought I'd give you a little information about Liuzhou, Cincinnati's sister city. Liuzhou has a history of more than 2100 years. It was founded in 111 BC and was eventually named Liuzhou after the Liu River. The most famous historic figure is Liu Zong Yuan who was a poet and politician in the Tang Dynasty and who died in Liuzhou. He is commemorated by a park in the city called Liu Hou Park/Poets Park, which ...
... and gifts and one student wrote Chinese characters on paper that had something to do with faraway friends. And then of course the students wanted to take our pictures. At least two dozen students were at the desk, some with cell phones, and began standing next to each of us for pictures. The boys came up to me and the girls to Gene. Some pictures were with one boy and me, sometimes two or three. Gene was going through the same thing with the girls. Ahhhhh, the life of ...