Xinhui Country Garden Phoenix Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We had the most amazing day in Shunde today! Today we headed out to the local university around their lunch time and spent a couple of hours chatting with the students, helping them with English, sharing the good news of the gospel with them and inviting them out to the final meeting we were holding tonight and also inviting them to the free English classes which are held weekly at ...
Today the team split up and crossed the border from mainland macau to Guangdong province in China. called Shunde (shun-dah). David and Doreen had gone to Liwan, Pastor, Erin, Brian and Lisa went to Panyu (pah-new) and Craig, Sam, Grace and Elouise went off to Shunde (shun-dah) We made it across the border without any hiccups... (Maybe just a few minor hiccups) God is definitely moving in China and despite the ancient fearful mindset of being a christian in China we had ...
Will and I spent the day in Tianjin Fireign Language School with Bruce Cooper, the lovely Centre Principal. We delivered a workshop on Reading Strategies and Promoting Oral Communication in the afternoon, and then Bruce and Bill, the lovely English and History, took ...
... and threw some lemon grass, ginger and cilantro into the pot. Later, she threw in white fish, the local speciality that is farm raised in this area. The soup was absolutely delicious, and Lili had about 3 helpings. Then, the green veggies were passed around, along with a pot of rice. Lili finished with mango sorbet. What a great conclusion to our short visit to ...
... down, so good thing they built a new facility for the kids. We then we drove over to Lili's "finding place" (we think), and where she had her surgery, which was the Jiangmen Central Hospital. It was a huge hospital right next to the Po River. The lady in green was the caregiver who took her to the hospital. What an incredible experience, and we all agreed it made our trip complete. Lili did great. You could tell she was really nervous, but was delighted to give the kids the stuffed animals we picked ...