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Trips like this one to China can do one of two things to a group of students; it can build on previous friendships making them stronger through a common experience; and it can create new friendships that were not a part of previous day to day relationships. The staff on this trip have observed our young men being thoughtful, considerate and genuine in their relationships with each other. Don't miss understand ...
... a crazy dream 500 years ago, when the house was built.
I had some noodles for lunch again but they were the most ridiculously salty things I'd ever had in my life. I guess when you're the only noodle show in town, you can afford to do that.
From there, I tried to get a bus home, and I would've been just in time for one of them, but these retards waved it away. They had their ...
... allowed folks, go see it yourself.
There's also a two faced bronze buddha statue and a revolving library bookcase, for ancient sutras. Monks believed it was good luck to push them around in circles.
Guanyin was again represented as a giant bronze colossus with at least 20 arms. She lives in the pavilion of "great mercy", so I kneeled down and asked her if I could have some and I'm not joking, she answered. She said very loudly and clearly, ...
... and realized my housing is probably also communist housing, on campus at a university established in the early 20th century. Right?
Liu was new in town so he didn't know really where we should eat. We stopped at the first dumpling shop, ordered 40 vegetarian ones and talked about life and stuff, as you do... We went back, took showers and went to bed. I was grateful for my bed but I think Madelleine and Laura were alright on the floor, I hope.
... 309 kilometres per hour, one glides into Hebei’s capitol city, Shijiazhuang. From there, a 1 hour bus ride then a taxi to the Cangyan Mountain.
Cangyan Mountain is hard to describe. But it is basically a deep red stone gorge much like the grand Canyon. On one side of the canyon is a deep cut-back as though the canyon was split with an axe. Between the narrow axe cut in the wall, a delicate and elegantly detailed ...