Jiulong Yuntian Hotel
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All the AQMs met at the Crown Plaza Hotel Wuxi on Friday 7th March for the second Dipont STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fair. The event started with a University Challenge quiz for the students, followed by a meal.
The following day we walked down to Tian Yi school (one of my centres), which is a beautiful centre on a lovely campus, for the presentations.
... Alice. Ann and I had a Long Island Iced Tea, Claire and Lynne each had a Tomorrow, Cherylene - a Pino Colada. Craig had a Singapore Sling, Gary had a Mochito, Ian a beer, and Ron and Peter had a challenging 550mls beer in a glass that weighed a ton.
As our drinks arrived so did a thunderstorm. We quickly lept up and rearranged the balcony furniture so that we were reasonably well protected. The storm passed right I head and there was some ...
... from my life. I can see my own evolution as a teacher in China and it comes through. After all, to be an enthusiastic teacher you have to be full of enthusiastic, and it seems infectious. The teachers I am training range in experience, from 2-20 years, but all willing to learn. Their English is generally excellent and face the same problems as many Chinese English language learners. When we arrived on Tuesday, we were taken out to a fancy restaurant and treated to ...
... causeways and bridges, pavilions surrounded the ponds. Calligraphy characters and ancient water based paintings, relics of the bygone days, hang off their walls adding a bit of human touch to water would otherwise been a natural garden. The Lichang Garden remained in the Qin family’s possession through the Ming and Qing dynasty and even through the Japanese invasion during the second Sino-Japanese War, until the communists 'confiscated the garden ...
... the paint.
I asked Elliot to take a few pictures this week and some of the results are below.
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