Ming Ren Hotel

Address: No.1 Liutai Road, Liunan District, Liuzhou, Guangxi Zhuang, 545007, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1 Liutai Road, Liunan District, Liuzhou.
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        Don't Say 'Goodbye' Say 'Until We Meet Again'

        A travel blog entry by jjessee on Dec 12, 2013

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... some didn't. At the end all the students sang a popular Chinese song together, waving their hands back and forth. It was quite a sight to see! Jenny and Jing Zhao would like to continue these skype sessions after I'm gone. It's a great learning tool for the students to actually see each other and speak their second languages. They will exchange emails to form friendships with each other and practice their written English and Chinese. This way the learning can keep going ...

        The Bears

        A travel blog entry by jjessee on Dec 08, 2013

        2 comments, 28 photos

        ... names. Daphne's Brother 's Father-in-law is Mr. Bear 1. Friend of Father-in-law is Mr. Bear 2. Daughter of Mr. Bear 1 is Little Bear. Daphne's Brother and Husband of Little Bear is Mr. Clark Mr. Bear 1 is a self taught musician. He plays the erhu, a traditional Chinese instrument, the violin and guitar. His music was beautiful to listen to. He played songs on the erhu and then the violin for us. He also makes violins, and just finished one to give to a ...

        BBQ for Lunch and Dinner with John and Family

        A travel blog entry by gjessee on Dec 07, 2013

        2 comments, 19 photos

        ... table.

        One of the teachers was a woman named Lena. We didn't get to talk to her very much when she was in Cincinnati. She teaches at a vocational high school. Out of her 40-50 students in a class, only about 2 go on to college. All of the rest finish high school and go out and get a job. There are about 10,000 students in Lena's school. For English, she is just concerned that they learn vocabulary dealing with their ...


        A travel blog entry by jjessee on Dec 01, 2013

        4 photos

        ... which are said to preserve the body after death. Today many tourists buy miniature coffins as souvenirs or good luck charms. The coffins are usually inscribed with Chinese characters that mean 'win promotion and get rich'. I'm still working on that promotion! Gene and I received these miniature coffins as gifts from our students the first time we came to LiuGao, and we had to ask around to find out the meaning of ...

        Liujiang Middle School

        A travel blog entry by jjessee on Nov 22, 2013

        2 comments, 20 photos

        ... with four grades and around 4000 students. 80% of them live at the school. Annie teaches Grade 4 students, those repeating their last year. Lillian's husband Alan, went to Cincinnati to study English in 2005. He now teaches in a college. Alan and Lillian live on campus and have a plot of land there. Lillian must be a good gardener because she had many vegetables growing, and ready to be picked from her garden. There was a stand to buy sugar cane, so Annie bought us all ...