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... It definitely made both the teachers and students feel sympathy for our Chinese friends. Moreover, the students realized just how fortunate and lucky they were to be children living in Canada. After our short tour and a brief lunch, we travelled back into Luoyang to visit the Longmen Grottoes, a series of small caves chiseled out of the side of a mountain. Each hole contained a small stone statue of Buddha, with various writings distributed in between. ...
... They changed their racket grips and techniques. Many students drastically improved their game in a 45 minute span. After ping pong we had Art class again. I believe that this was beginning to be the students favourite class. Today's lesson was on paper cutting. It looked much easier than it as. Using small knives and scissors to cut our intricate details calls for patience and steady hands.
After lunch we took a religious/historical ...
... caused great curiosity and excitement, or if it had been scheduled. Nonetheless, their students took advantage of their time out of class and flocked to our group. They took photos, asked for autographs, exchanged Twitter handles, Instagram profiles. All in all it was a wonderful experience for both groups. The Chinese really take pride and spend great time to prepare food for us. There is ...
... flowers to hang in their homes. We really felt as though they had rolled out the red carpet for us. They were the perfect hosts. Afterwards, we had the opportunity to see what organized recess looks like. With around 2000 students free play would be difficult. They get the students to run around the track several times daily. As they ran around the track, students chanted their class mottos and ...
... west to the city of Deng Feng to visit the Shaolin Temple. Before getting to the temple we stopped for lunch and Deb and I have decided that we've been mislead. The people that we know in New Zealand who came from China are all softy spoken, and quite reserved people, but this was not true of the group we encountered at lunch time. The restaurant was empty when we arrived but soon a coach stopped outside and disgorged its contents into ...
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