Ramada Plaza Guangzhou
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... shell and closer to the audience in order to stop the sound from becoming too boomy. With plenty of time to rehearse this afternoon we felt comfortable by performance time and did the best concert of the tour to date.
We met the NZ Consulate General briefly after the concert and she spoke very kindly of our performance and was clearly proud to have representatives of New Zealand in her adopted city.
Guangzhou is a truly ginormous city – the 6th largest in the world with a population of just under 14 million. The density of the apartment living is quite astounding and we feel like we are in the REAL madness of China now. The only cities in China bigger than this are Beijing and Shanghai at 24,000,000 and 21,000,000 respectively. To round out ‘Chinese
Geography 101’, there are 101 cities in China that have a population ...
... take place. And as I’m coming to realize, the more I am able to keep my kids
active, the better.
Other notes worth mentioning, an observation I’ve made is
the class itself is not so bad. The actual act of teaching is quite frankly
easy. The hardest part I find is preparation. Granted, good preparation goes a
long way. But coming up with games and songs to fill class time can get
tiresome. In all, a good lesson to come away with.
... I say garden in a broad sense meaning the landscape surrounding this establishment was simply breath taking. I was told the garden itself was famous for its peach trees, to which I did not see any, but peach tree or no, that still did not take away from the garden’s artistry.
Later, after an hour or so of wandering around, a grand dinner was served in a convention hall with a few hundred of our foreign teacher peers. We mingled and ate all sorts of foods, only ...
... school is but 5 minutes away. Continuing down the road, after weaving through its alleys, there exists an enormous flee market. Endless supplies of counter-fit goods one can only imagine: clothes, watches, shoes, food, etc., etc. All in the shabbiest of conditions. My favorite, however, would have to be the food section, particularly the meat isle. There, my eyes remain wide as one can buy live: chickens, frogs, snails, shrimp, fish, water snakes, and who knows what else. The respective ...