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Bye to 泰山, 五嶽之首, 泰山老母 Went to 木雨石factory 4 hrs driving to Weifang 濰坊 三頁餅-濰ࢺ 6;specialty 景芝景陽春 ;酒廠and lunch. Good deep fried dishes, fish and chicken, with wine. Kite ...
Ever since we arrived to Weifang we were treated like VIP. They took care of us from the moment we arrived. As an art teacher I had an advantage because some school give a lot of importance to the visual arts. The students were eager to greet us and I immediately bonded with a couple of them making dough people and chatting. We were also taken ...
... see the kite festival, we picked up some Chinese fast food (a sort of turnover with meat and veggies) and squeezed our way into the crowd. The sky was filled with thousands of kites of all colors, sizes and shapes and the crowd was enjoying itself. We only had 45 min before leaving to catch the train, but it was worth the stop to experience the festive atmosphere. Fun to see people enjoying themselves so much.
Back on the high speed train to ...
... and encouraged.
Finally, about 7:30 PM Fan Yan and the Primary School principal took us to a stadium where we saw some elaborate kites with blinking lights, some flying in groups with coordinated moves, others as singles. It was cold and windy but the crowd was enthusiastic. Back to the hotel about 10 pm with instructions to be ready at 7:20 am with luggage packed.
The National Art Exhibit was held in another huge exposition hall. The grand opening ...
... It had a nice spice to it and the cilantro was a good combo. I feel like a hero.
After dinner, we went to an International Hostel (this is our second time) and the teaching assistants came along. We ordered some alcoholic beverages, but the TAs drunk coffee and juices. After a while, some of them started drinking beer. They’re probably around ages 15-17, and there’s no legal age in China, which means they ...