New City Garden Hotel
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... fine silk embroidery. You could not tell that the 'paintings' were embroidered until you were up close as they looked like water colours. We had dinner in the Western quarter at a restaurant called the Blue Frog. Matthew very happily ate a chicken fajita and I ate a $20 Australian Angus burger with a Hoegarten ...
... of 'Thriller' with masks made for last night's homework. Imagine setting that for homework and getting a 100% completion rate, teachers! We said our farewells and handed out the last of the presents. On the way back to the hotel we stopped off at a brand new shopping mall. Highlight for the boys - the Nike factory shop. Highlight for the girls - Old Navy and heated, western style toilet seats. It ...
... the classroom, with teachers able to use group teaching strategies. Our students loved this more relaxed and colourful atmosphere. Lunch was a true experience in the dining room, with about 1000 children and teachers being fed at once! The noise factor was reduced, however, with stools attached to the floor. Anyone who has been on camp will appreciate this attention to detail! The teachers really went to great pains to make ...
... for the day. Jess was surprised at being able to follow a challenging algebra class, and Sacha and Saxon found answering questions in the English class quite easy! The students will have their own tales to tell when they get home, but they had rockstar status and enjoyed their day thoroughly. They were showered with gifts and made new friends. They were surprised to find how little play time Chinese students get. It was ...
... wich site to pick and might have missed out on some pearls. Some site qre UNESCO so you hqve to see those but some qre not and these are the one were you can go upstairs and really see what the houses and furnitures looked liked back in the days. What stuck me is that there is no sign of fireplace, anywhere. I wonder how they kept warm. Because it is damn cold here right now! Maybe they had some portable devices ...