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... fine silk embroidery. You could not tell that the 'paintings' were embroidered until you were up close as they looked like water colours. We had dinner in the Western quarter at a restaurant called the Blue Frog. Matthew very happily ate a chicken fajita and I ate a $20 Australian Angus burger with a Hoegarten ...
... flash mob to the strains of a popular Chinese song. See the attached video! After the video was taken, other Pearl School students joined in the dance. A real flash mob! The boys also showed off their breakdancing style - brave to improvise in such an organised society! Again other students joined in too. We were entertained by students playing traditional instruments, k-pop style dancing troupes and a ...
... the bureaucracy required for that! They have plans for more buildings on adjacent farmland and were interested to hear of our space issues. We attended classes with our students. It was really interesting to see that the bilingual classrooms have less children (class sizes of about 25 compared to traditional classes of 50) and are now set up into working groups of six, just like our classrooms. This makes for a more relaxed ...
... for the day. Jess was surprised at being able to follow a challenging algebra class, and Sacha and Saxon found answering questions in the English class quite easy! The students will have their own tales to tell when they get home, but they had rockstar status and enjoyed their day thoroughly. They were showered with gifts and made new friends. They were surprised to find how little play time Chinese students get. It was ...
... ever seen were the fishing cormorants. On a boat the size of our gondola, a man had about eight cormorants tethered to perches with a rope around one leg. He would whack them with an oar and they would dive in the canal and come up with a fish in their mouth/upper throat. Not a big deal except they had a string tied around their neck at mid-length, preventing the poor bird from swallowing the fish. The "fisherman" would then grab the bird and make it spit ...