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We went to the school in Changzhou today. We did lots of activities including calligraphy, traditional Chinese music, wood art and a music concert. We were treated like celebrities and all the kids wanted a photo with us! I tried a game with a hoop where you have to guide the hoop along with a metal stick that is curved at the ...
After the bumpy flight from Sydney to ChangZhou, we landed to 35 degrees, humidity level, don't laugh - I have taken off my leggings and wearing my flats without sockets - fashion plus!!! Not so luxurious surroundings here - Qantas does not have a code share lounge. We are sitting in Yeasun Coffee House. With very expensive coffee and dodgy ...
We experienced Luoyang campus life today. We walked through a modified version of the students schedule. The students are up very early every morning ready for their 6:30am exercises. What a sight. They run around the track for almost half an hour. Then it's off to breakfast for 30 minutes and then class begins at 7:30am. The school day ends at approximately 9:30pm. The last class of the day is study hall, where they must do ...
All the AQMs met at the Crown Plaza Hotel Wuxi on Friday 7th March for the second Dipont STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) fair. The event started with a University Challenge quiz for the students, followed by a meal.
The following day we walked down to Tian Yi school (one of my centres), which is a beautiful centre on a lovely campus, for the presentations.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. No turkey dinner. Maybe a few small pieces of fatty duck. We haven't written because we've had no WiFi for the past several days. Our group is comprised of 21 people in total: 5 from the Toronto area, 2 from Port Dover ON, and 12 from various places in Alberta. Jack and I are the only Vancouverites. After two days immersed in the hustle and bustle of Shanghai we departed to a slower paced area. Wuxi and Szuhou are sister cities. They are considered ...