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... Day 8: Free flow, both ways, feel a sensation all over the body.
Excellent day, also on these next few days we were not allowed to get up for the 3 main sittings (7am to 8am, 2:30pm to 3:30pm and 6 to 7pm), I was able to fully concentrate for 3 sittings!
Day 9: same as day 8Only concentrated on 1 sitting fully.
Day 10: Silence stopped after 10am to resume to normal life.
It was really nice to speak to the other foreigners.
... but another person told us later most people practice Buddhism, so I am still not sure. For cultural differences he told us the police are nicer, and when you get pulled over you can fight with them about your ticket and they expect you to do that haha, but for speeding they have a lot of cameras at stoplights and then tickets just get sent in the mail, so you can't argue those. The people are so nice and families are extremely close, grandparents also have a ...
Taichung Day 3
Today in Taichung we had a free morning before going to CMU (China Medical University) and decided to eat lunch at a bakery near our hotel, there were surprisingly a lot of bakeries around. The workers gave us free sandwiches when we came in, so that was very , and then I ordered an black tea latte and a little caramel chiffon cake, they were delicious, although I loved the Taiwanese food it was great to have a familiar taste..and textured food ...
... packaged foods - one of them being bamboo-covered peanuts! To end the evening, us girls did some yoga.
Taichung Day 2
Day 2 started the exchange-student itinerary at China Medical University. They showed us around the Nutrition Department. Their dietetics program was very comparable with the program from South Dakota State University. But they have a lot more research, we even saw their lab testing mice. Then we went to the China ...
Hello my beautiful people, I made it to Taiwan smoothly where I met with my highschool friend Wen-Ling, we went to Sedbergh School together for grade 11 and 12. Taiwan is still hot but not was hot as the Philippines and not as humid which is such a nice change. We took the high speed train from Taipei to Taichung. It feels good to see more modern ways and more organised ways to do things :).