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... he was one week old. The drive is about 2 hours. Thereafter, we will drive another 80km further to his finding place in Ming Guang. He was left in the neighborhood of the gate of the Children's Welfare Centre and was transferred there by the police. He was 6 days old when he was abandoned. Two days later he was transferred to the Children's Welfare Institute in Chuzhou; Chuzhou is the administering council for Ming Guang.
After a two-hour drive we arrived ...
... of any kind. All of a sudden we were standing face to facewith our little boy. One of the public officers pointed to Qiang and then tous. He nodded and that was it... the transfer. Cold and lacking emotion. Martijnquickly grabbed the camera to try and capture something of the moment.
Qiang was tucking into a packet of crisps to his heart's content. He was quiet and very amused..What do you in a moment like this? and what do you say "Hello... we are your new mummy ...
... Tanggo is offering to walk up more to see another stunning view but no one is interested at this point so we take a bus to go down to our cars. A little bit more driving towards Maan Shan and we check in to a hotel at around 6 pm. Today dinner is provided by the organizer. All activities are finished by 8.30 pm and we head to our rooms to rest and recharge the batteries to continue the journey.
... village in Anhui province. All the houses in the village are in a very good condition. And it feels like a dream. We saw many artists doing painting and stone craft. At 7 pm we were already back in the hotel and after dinner I helped the friends with the flat tire. Luckily we fix it fast, just 45 minutes. Time is running so fast. At 11.30 pm I go to bed as usual.
... locale called Hefei. It’s quite to my excitement that I shall soon be calling that town home. No more water-less days and 6 story climbs encumbered by 5 gallon jugs of water, 5 potatoes, a carton of yogurt and a 2 liter of Sprite. Now I shall have water all the time and an ELEVATOR! Apparently at my new school they are no longer contracting apartments, you simply choose your own, and they have NO on campus housing! Joy of joys! ...