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... melting from the heat.
Caroline skillfully managed to flag down 2 more taxis that drove us through the city (thankfully) to our next location – the Cultural Site of Han Dynasty in Xuzhou. After a much-needed food break at the local KFC, we entered the Chu Prince Mausoleum; a giant, caverned catacomb / tomb where about 2000 pieces of historic relics have been unearthed.
The other exhibits on this property were well spread and it was ...
... I am now. As each day passes, I am reminded about why I ended up here, why I find myself in China. In a country that so eagerly resists the influences of the western world, the opportunity to experience culture, a being that bears the reality of globalization and stays true to itself, is reason enough to stay. Side streets and alleyways do not carry the same connotation they do back home; wandering down a nearby lane can make for a ...
... when Volvo pulled into town and the German boss who was in charge of the factory needed a school for his three kids. A lot has happened and it has only been three weeks.
The kids are great. There are less than fifteen of them here and they are lots of fun; each one has their own personality that contributes to the "family" the school has become. Hopefully we can attract more students in second semester so we can have fuller ...
... a much needed stretch at our destination. A "small" city in the world`s most populated country, Linyi is a third tier town in a five tier system. The eleven million people that call this dwelling on the river home may dwarf the populations of Canada’s big cities, but they are no match for the masses that parade the streets of Beijing and Shanghai, metropolises in their own right. If you’re looking at a map wondering where I am, you ...
... Finally we were off...or so we thought. After about 15 minutes we stopped on the side of the road to pick up 4 more people. Suprisingly they fit, it was crowded but they made it. Then we stopped at a gas station, only to find out that there was no gas. No gas at a gas station, interesting. So we had to stop again. Finally we thought we were on our way. Only to stop about an hour later on the side of the highway. There we picked up a box. The box was about 5x3x3. One would think that ...