Tianyou International Hotel
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... rows deep already. We pushed our way to a spot where we could sort of see a little bit, except for all the people's heads and hands holding phones and cameras and ipads in the way. In China, all tourist attractions seem to require a badge in pushing and shoving. I'm definitely going to come back to Canada with some reverse culture shock the next time someone lets exit a door before entering, or apologizes for bumping into me.
The fountain show itself was ...
... life. The only bad thing about China is that I have to leave it before I'm ready, but I'll be back.
Coming to China has been one of the best experiences in my life. It was really wonderful to visit a country like China. China wasn't what I expected because most of the things in China are very different than back home. I really enjoyed my time in China because I went to different places and had the chance to learn more about the ...
... we've stayed. Downside: the pollution is unbelievable! The highlight of the evening had to be the visit to the musical fountain show at 9pm. In actual fact, the best bit had to be the effort that the 'officials' put into blowing their whistles to keep everyone back from the water and trying to stop disobedient people crossing over the fountains when they shouldn't ...
... as I was stopped by the security guard upon entering the school grounds. Once the day got going it was a tremendous amount of fun. The first thing we did was have a ceremony in our honor for our arrival and to continue to demonstrate good relationships between China and the United States. In our first class, the first thing we did was take a test! The test is to determine which level of Chinese class you should be in. After that, we had Lunch, ...
didnt have to get up so early today :)
This morning we went back to the muslim quarter to see it during daylight – still just as lively and exciting. One stall vendor played the ocharina – he did play some western tune but (in my basic mandarin) I asked him to play a Chinese tune for us.
We visited an old courtyard, (this is where I saw ...