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... very futuristic room with interactive pieces telling the story of the Jiangxi Water Resources Institute. They had set up a bicycle that you could ride through the campus as a virtual tour, they had a model of the campus that showed how big it was, and they had walls of information about their school.
Another lovely time was when the rural students who are training in tea arts, were able to give us a demonstration of their ...
... s meeting. This is where we discovered that the 3 back-up USB's I'd bought with me didn't want to play the PowerPoint files, and we scrambled to get it working.
They had worked in Chengdu without a hitch, but something wasn't working right. We then got onto our IT guru's and also discovered that Google, GMail and Yahoo are prohibited in China, so we couldn't upload links from Australia - as ...
... on the opposite building balcony approx 19 storeys high - no harness - standing on another air-conditioner, drilling directly into the concrete wall .....
Mr Wu had a pretty busy day with hosting a delegation of all the Institute Directors of all the vocational colleges in his province. So he had directed Shaolin to take us sightseeing for today and the weekend, so that on Monday and Tuesday we can conduct some business.
This meant that Trevor ...
So the train experience is over and we are freshly showered at our hotel in Nanchang. Nanchang is the smallest of our cities so far. At first glance it feels more 'in-the wops' but at 5.5million people we’re far from being in a town. Due to its proximity to both the famous Yangtze River and the Pearl River Delta regions, it is (as we saw) a major railroad hub in Southern China. (Thanks, Wikipedia)
Each day we receive a food ...
We woke up early in the morning in order to drive out to the ancient villages of Anyi county. By doing this, we missed the crowds and also, I caught my train home right on time.
This is an area of the province where they grow rapeseed plants, same as in Saskatchewan. Leona was surprised that I had seen them before. Lots of people would stop on the side of the road and take pictures in the fields.