Nan Gang Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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All the revellers made it up and out to class this morning which I was quite proud of. The people who weren't there had not gone out and I was not so happy with their commitment and really their lack of respect. But anyway language class was decent and then we had calligraphy which was really good fun. We were given some pages of characters from different time periods from the start to those in present day use. ...
... I'm not sure the lady exactly knew how to use the machine, so I had to leave my items under her checkout and go find an ATM. This took longer than expected and when I got back up stairs she was just leaving! This meant I had to look rather dodgy and go under her desk to find my things, and then try to tell the other checkout man that the security tag had already been removed from the umbrella because I had already tried to buy it. ...
... surprising considering the reputation China has. Our language teacher Lucy seems to check more what she is saying, for example telling us about the bad things that Chairman Mao did but ended by saying "he was a great man". It is interesting to see the differences between people. At lunch today I tried to order in Chinese saying "chow mein" to which the man responded "mein chow?". I count that as fairly successful! Although I did not get fried noodles I ...
... Grrrrr. The Chinese idea of appropriate and inappropriate social behavior is somewhat different to ours. E.g. in the Ford workplace, girls will often ask the men their opinion or rating of other girls or themselves. This would be sexual harassment in Oz.
Steve informed us on Thursday that he needed to stay in Australia for another week. This would mean 3 weeks apart, which will be the longest for us so far. Guess we better ...
... the photo of the map, the venue is large, but as it was such a hot day and everyone was melting, we only walked around half of it.
Our next stop was the Jiangning Imperial Silk Manufacturing Museum in town. I’d read that there was a Hans Christian Anderson’s costume exhibit on, and was keen to see it. This museum was very modern and impressive (and not yet seen by Caroline!). The grounds were beautiful as were the silks on display (clothes ...