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Today was our formal introduction to the school at their flag raising assembly. Mrs Ghu was somewhat frustrated as the sound system kept cutting in and out. It was reassuring to know that this doesn't just happen at OOPS! 1400 students were lined up on the athletics track - all peering at us with great interest. Edward, Yanling , Martin & …
Our first stop was a visit to the museum of 'notable persons'. With a history spanning hundreds and hundreds of years, I guess it is reasonable to assume Taicang has some locals to celebrate. Amongst them writers, artists, diplomats & scientists. From memory there were two Nobel prize winners. The second museum was one of historical importance …
Woke to what could almost be described as blue skies and sunshine. Taicang obviously far enough away from the city of Shanghai to have less smog. The gardens surrounding our hotel are beautiful, very peaceful. Hoping we have enough time to enjoy them. No.4 school has planned our 4 days with great precision and I'm not too sure we will have much ' …
... hitting the city center with the sculpture and, "Welcome to Shanghai" sign. We pass more apartments and eventually past the traditional hutong style neighborhoods until we arrive at the hospital. Just before we get there though there is a long straight section of road that the drivers usually zip down at about 90kph. Today there was a friendly policeman waiting for us. He politely pulled my driver over and they had a pleasant ...
... protected and sheltered
to exist on the same plot of land with every aspect of a city surrounding it and
encroaching upon its space. However, as we paid 12 RMB( 2 USD) to enter, and
walked in the gates, everything changed. The park is beautiful, clean and well
maintained. The paths were nicely laid out, and were designed using little
stones laid in cement. In some areas the stones were set to make the yin-yang
symbol, deer, or ...