Ramada Parkview Changzhou
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After the bumpy flight from Sydney to ChangZhou, we landed to 35 degrees, humidity level, don't laugh - I have taken off my leggings and wearing my flats without sockets - fashion plus!!! Not so luxurious surroundings here - Qantas does not have a code share lounge. We are sitting in Yeasun Coffee House. With very expensive coffee and dodgy ...
... class was Geography, where the teacher went over all of the main festivals celebrated in China. Although the students enjoyed this, the real joy was having the opportunity to exchange thoughts and ideas with the Chinese students. Both groups were eager to get to know each other. That was definitely a highlight for me today. Despite the cultural and language differences, the students were willing to take a risk and try ...
All the AQMs met at the Crown Plaza Hotel Wuxi on Friday 7th March for the second Dipont STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fair. The event started with a University Challenge quiz for the students, followed by a meal.
The following day we walked down to Tian Yi school (one of my centres), which is a beautiful centre on a lovely campus, for the presentations.
... the "Venice of China" because of its canals and waterways. We spent the rest of our time wandering along the old street in Santangjie village. The street is very traditional but the shops are the usual souvenirs you'd see in Vancouver 's Chinatown. What was interesting was the large number of Chinese tourists buying this stuff. The people in Szuhou are very friendly. Many Chinese tourists like to take pictures of us and especially like having their picture taken with our ...
... understand the connection with Buddhism, something to try and resolve. Then on the top floor was a room with eight depictions of some ancient Chinese guy - one with a tiger, all but two with very fierce expressions, but no one was able to shed light on what it was depicting. Postscript: following a visit to the Shanghai Museum we realised these are the 8 Immortals - an ancient man, a diseased beggar, a defeated warrior, an elegant scholar, ...