Qingzhou Hotel

Address: No.1915 Fangongting West Road, Qingzhou, Shandong, 262500, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.1915 Fangongting West Road, Qingzhou.
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    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 13, 2011

    ... 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 ...

    Nick and David

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 11, 2011

    ... we’ll be touring places and probably the temple of Confucius since he was born here. Sounds like a long day of walking, which I don’t mind at all. It’s funny because we’re supposed to pack our own lunch, but there’s nothing we can buy that won’t require a fridge, so I just bought some bread and junk food. I should be fine for tomorrow.

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    Plagiarism Jogging

    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 09, 2011

    ... David aside and told him that the two typed speeches that he handed in was very, very, very good, but I know that he copied it from the internet. He said “Yeah, I copied just a little though”. I told him that he has to write out his speech and I expect him to hand it in tomorrow. No plagiarism!

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    A travel blog entry by yangzoua on Aug 08, 2011

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    ... classmates and their classroom (because it’s dirty and in China, students have to keep their schools and classrooms clean).

    Last camp, I was in Inner Mongolia and none of us teachers had any troubles with our students. They always showed up early and cleaned the hallways and classrooms and they weren’t noisy in class. Here, it is a whole different story. It’s interesting to see such differences from place to place. ...