Richview Hotel Tianjin
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... museum full of exquisite ancient jade and porcelain. It's rated the fifth best museum in all China and we loved it. There are foreign "concessions" here and we had lunch in the German area. Fascinating stuff. Finished off with the palace of the last emperor of China and a Confucian ...
... us and begged with their deformed limbs and sad faces. It was like the locals were watching to see what our reaction would be. It's hard to stand there in your Air Jordan's and Nike gear, with Beats in our ears listening to our iPhone 6 holding our shopping from the day and not feel compassion for these people. What do you think we ...
... with a face and some paint. The tea ceremony required more concentration with lots of language to learn and a process to follow. It was also a very hot room which meant the boys struggled at times. Stand outs in the tea ceremony were Xavier with his linguistic ability and Makaia and Michael for their willingness to try anything ...
... lunch together followed by some free time out on the table tennis tables. School day 7am to 6pm and with breaks in between for self study. Our boys were more than happy with NZ school times when they heard this. School surroundings The school is made up of two main buildings, one four and the other five stories high. The entire perimeter of the school is surrounded by apartments, some in very close proximity. There is one largish area with an artificial turf and ...
My first impressions of this city were not so accurate. From the moment we left Tianjin Station on the bus it was obvious this city had a different character to what we had experienced so far. It has a lot of European influence in its architecture while still maintaining the modern feeling of China. Some of us went for a walk after dinner to see the sites from the Tianjin ...