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Today we took a trip to see how green and black tea is processed. It was pretty amazing. Each tea leaf is picked individually by hand (by about 200 workers). There is a specific criteria for the leaves that must be followed about size and when they are picked. It is all pretty fascinating. They take the fresh tea leaves and let them sit on a ventilated table to air dry for about 4 hours. Then the leaves are sent through a horizontal, ...
... from anything I have seen before. I think dad would be interested in this technology.
The highway has different rules for vehicles as well. Each type of vehicle is designated a maximum speed; cars travel at 120km/hr, buses at 100, and trucks carrying cargo go 90. I thought this was interesting, because at home, no matter what type of vehicle you have, we all do the same speed: too fast. I have seen ...
One of the teachers at school arranged for our students to give us a tour of the nearby sites. The students arrived at my hotel at 11 am. The father of one of the students was our driver and we went to one of the local caves. Across the street from the caves we went and had lunch. The food for the most part was pretty good.
After lunch we went to the ...
... to the station. The park is across a lake from the downtown section of Nanjing, so you could get a great view of the city. In the park people were rollerblading and flying kites with blinking lights on them.
Our train didn't leave until 10 pm - because my colleague had to teach a class until 5. We decided to take the slow train and sleep the whole way to Beijing and arrive rested early Sat morning.
... food on for us to eat. Once the principal arrived - the eating and drinking began. When I say drinking, I mean serious drinking of some serious stuff. They told us it was white wine - called bijou sp? - but it was more like a hard liquor. I suspect that it was made from rice. We also had some Chinese beer and red wine. The Chinese beer only has 3.5% alcohol - thank god. I think our hosts just wanted to get us wasted, because ...