Overseas Chinese Hotel

Address: Baiyuan Road, Licheng District, Quanzhou, Fujian, 362000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Licheng District area of Quanzhou, is near Qinyuan Mountain, Kaiyuan Monastery, Luoyang Bridge, and Lao Zi Statue.
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    Travel Blogs from Quanzhou

    Windows on the World

    A travel blog entry by drewanrohan on Sep 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and of knowledge.

    I'm settling in here at Xiamen University. I'm slowly becoming accustomed to the busy streets, masses of people, packed buses, new foods, different customs, higher buildings, shorter tables, hotter days, foreign language and bolder life. With each day that I'm here, I feel more at home, and some mornings home seems but a far off childhood dream that never was reality. With each 25 minute walk to class and back again, ...

    Post Grading

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Jan 20, 2014

    ... students are adults working in an office, and the maturity level really helps make the classes easier. Plus they work for a UK company so their worldview is a bit broader than the average Chinese person. They find it very fascinating that I do my own car repairs and know the basics of how to paint a living room, install flooring, and have spent time building houses. All of these things are not common skill-sets here. Houses ...

    Thanksgiving, Business Ceremonies, and Jobs.

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Dec 19, 2013

    ... from them because they are supposed to approve any bit of work we do that isn’t for them. Before we left for the trip we were approached at dinner by a student who was looking for English speakers. They had a friend who worked for a local business office that wanted an English teacher. The company does a lot of work with the UK and Australia so the want to improve the English level of their employees so that business could run smoother. I agreed to meet with the office ...

    An Escape from Mao

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Nov 20, 2013

    8 photos

    ... and our handler had arraigned a van to take us back to Huaqiao from there. We arrived at the airport early and waited for about an hour before they told us the plane would be 40 minutes late. No big deal. Ninety minutes later the plane arrived but we wouldn’t be able to board the flight because the plane had burned up a tire upon landing and it would take them another 90 minutes to change a tire. This ...

    Is it November already?

    A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Oct 31, 2013

    1 comment

    ... now. The dust and smog are pretty bad. I’m having to mop every week to keep it reasonable in the apartment. More and more I’m becoming used to some of the more bizarre or frankly disturbing things here. I’m not really surprised when young children defecate or urinate on the sidewalks and in public places. The treatment of stray cats and dogs here is terrible and so I’m used to the poor things eating out of garbage and having no ears or tails due ...