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... much time left,
so I just got some kids to talk about what they talked about in the activity…
some kids co-operated and then I had to pick on others who didn’t want to talk.
That wasn’t too bad except for the one or two bad kids who would tease others
and talk over them in Chinese. I was so very thankful when it was the end of my
The other people in our groups did very well, they had a
different class to us who had ...
... started filling up our table. They just kept bringing more and more! There were two types of chicken, tofu, bamboo sheets, fried mushrooms, hash brown things, white/fried rice, peas&green beans (with pork), and a few pork things. I barely ate because the chicken wasn't good, fried mushrooms too spicy, and most everything had pork in it. I'm very nervous about eating. I'm not an adventurous eater, and I don't like exotic foods. I'm really hungry right now. For lunch on the plane ...
... by dozens of other boats festooned with colorful, logo-filled umbrellas, full with Chinese tourists gabbing away on cell phones having super soaker water fights. Old women paddle out to sell us food or beer and every 20 minutes or so there is a contrived “waterfall” where our raft bumps along and a photographer takes our picture and trues to sell us an instant photo. In Luoyang we even see a 2 story high giant yellow plastic duck buoyed in ...
... caught the Beijing underground to the 'Temple of heaven' a huge park where the Sunday morning locals were out exercising, performing Tai chi, playing Chinese chess and other strange pastimes. This is a beautiful landscaped park with some ancient Chinese pagoda's it's roots go back to 1420 in 270 acres when it was built for the Ming and Qing emperors to worship for good harvests for the year ahead. The weather seems to have turned today instead of ...
... thwarted by Jenks Middle School students! Kaput. (Did ya like the way I worked that Chinese word?--Who knew, right?)
This evening we ate a wonderful meal and then went to the Kung Fu Performance. I wasn't sure what to expect, imagine a ballet of sorts using KungFu to tell the story of its origins with a couple of hydraulic lifts and fog thrown in for good measure. The music was beautiful, the performers amazing, and it took every once ...