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... me in the eye and said "Well that's a man's field, and it's just not proper for a woman to study such a masculine thing. I mean, you wouldn't really want to become the President right?" The other students in the group looked nervous and shifted back and forth, but luckily the international crisis was adverted on this occasion. "Well I mean, I wouldn't really mind" I said with a laugh, as I quickly maneuvered the conversation out of anything threatening to ...
... in the longest and slowest moving queue just to be told that what they said last time wasn't true and we have to get phones to get certain accounts to get other accounts so we can get food. And that was just about the most frustrating thing. It reminded me of my favorite adventure, and some rain that came their way:
"To think it will soon ...
... Subsequently Sunday morning for the flight to Korea we left an hour earlier than planned and ended up waiting for check-in to open for over 2 hours!
I have included a video file in this entry of our performance of La Fiesta in Xiamen accompanied by some photos from the tour - many of which you will have seen in the blog.
I'm just looking back on some of the fun moments of this trip through China. It has been a wonderful and exciting journey. It has been tough at times, for China can be an unforgiving country. It has also been sweet, innocent and an overwhelming feeling of home. The people I have met along the way on this, my 10th trip have been filled with humour, understanding and hospitality.
... city with a youthful vibe and energy.
Today I got up early and took a ferry out to Gulangyu to beat the crowds and the heat. The island, known also as, Piano Island, has no cars or motor bikes. A very welcome change. The estates, clubs, homes and tennis courts here were the playground of the rich and senior government staff from embassies. It is said each house had a piano, hence the name. Now the pianos are all together in a ...