Peal River Delta World Trade Center Tower
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... at home – weddings, graduations, house repairs - and we send our best wishes to all of you involved with these events. A special shout-out to Tami who has just finished a grueling winter and spring of chemo. Still radiation to go, but the end is in sight. She has shown courage and determination during this unpleasant journey, reflecting the strong and positive women who we know and love.
Till next time,
Helen & ...
Happy Victoria Day weekend! It finally sounds like spring has arrived: some warm weather, the ferry is open and the lobster season started – all good things! We've entered the wet season here, but it hasn’t caused us too much grief yet. The thunder and lightning storms are spectacular and can last for hours. If you’re out in one of those, there’s no way to stay dry – it’s a deluge of rain. We tried to get to the ...
One of the things we've learned about living in China, is that you don’t become complacent. After 8 months living here, we’re very comfortable with our immediate surroundings and daily routines, but there are still things that surprise us or make us shake our heads in wonder. I’ve had a leak in the ceiling of my classroom for the last 3 weeks. When I first noticed the water on the floor I told the school staff and ...
Hello –we're still here! We’ve had a busy and exciting couple of weeks with our visitors "from home". First we met Sandra and Joyce in Hong Kong after they finished their 21 day tour of China, and, believe me, there’s little left in China that’s worth a visit that they didn’t see! We had the best weather ever for our days in HK with them and then we all returned to Dongguan for a few days where they got to experience what our life ...
... buzzing! It was in a little square, with many shrines and also a massive place to put your burning incense. The whole area was smoky and smelled really nice! There were even giant incense sticks that they were trying to light in these big furnaces but it wasn't really working! Great views, obviously the Buddha was supposed to be the main attraction and it was pretty impressive, we were able to walk halfway up it too. It's obviously not a very old Buddha but it was ...