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... of a letdown. The parts of it we could see, anyway. There was music blasted through loudspeakers, but it wasn't particularly Chinese. The fountains were pretty, but we couldn't really see the light show properly because we had the wrong vantage point, from the back instead of the front. It lasted about 20 minutes, at the end of which we managed to get a bit of a better spot. And it was fun and all, but this show takes place every night so I honestly don't understand ...
... It was also nice meeting a lot of new people and making a lot of new friends in China. I love everything about China, and I also learned a lot of new things.
It was also a wonderful experience for me to go to school in China because I had the opportunity to see how the Chinese schools are, and to also see how school is so much longer for the Chinese students. I learned a lot of things about the Chinese students life in school. And seeing all of the Chinese kids ...
Xi'an (pronounced Shian) is quite a bit place and is best known for being home to the Terracotta Warriers. Our hostel in Xian was one of my favourites of the whole trip. The reception and eating areas were situated on the 4th floor whilst the rooms were set out like hotel rooms on the floors above. It was so clean and tidy and nicely designed and felt like a hostel back home would be. It also reminded me a bit of Heriot Watt with ...
... into 3 different groups as part of the "compulsory course". We then had Art class. During the compulsory course, we were told to take a rest. Rest I did. I fell asleep during the compulsory course and slept straight through to the end of art class. At that point we were coming to the end of our day. The students were allowed "Afternoon activity time to go out and play sports or to work on their projects. I will have many pictures to upload soon so stay ...
... show last year but it wasn't on now) but it is great to see the buildings as they used to be.
later we found a bus to the big wild goose pagoda - getting to the bus stop was crazy having to go round a mad busy road - anyway we went to watch the largest musical fountain in asia
on our way back to finding a bus we saw many people dancing in ...