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... off our feet with their enthusiasm and we all went together to a tea tasting/ceremony they had booked earlier. They were intensely interested in our relationship, and made so many jokes about fertility and romance. He said that we men needed to drink ginseng tea to make us strong like the old emperor, who, he claimed, had 800 concubines. 'How many girlfriends would you like to have?' he asked me. 'Well, I guess about 300.' I replied, though ...
... so they often are involved in precision work.
Tonight i treated myself to what I love to have in China. A foot massage! Nothing takes the aches of 4 kilometres trudging through a shipyard than an 80-minute massage for under $15.
TOMORROW: I head to Shanghai for a rest day.
CHINA OBSERVATION: Cell phones in China must have very poor connections as everyone using them yells at the person at the other end of the line!
... they all retreat to their dorms for a relaxed Saturday evening indoors.
Sunday brings yet another day of outings for our girls and fellow students. But this time there is a scheduled 'student free day' for Dr Zee and accompanying teachers from VYLTC. Dr Zee feeling quite under the weather herself from her own battles with fatigue and impending cold, welcomes a day that is spent at their own nominated pace. Still feeling adventurous, the teachers set off ...
... everywhere with me!
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My main message for this post is just a massive thank you and to spread the love around to everyone that you think will listen!!!!
Thank you so much!
... same river. :-)
The Chang Jiang is the longest river in China, starting deep in the country from the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and traveling neraly 4000 miles to the delta in Shanghai. There is a large bridge on G15 crossing the Chang Jiang river, which was nearly shut down twice due to extremely heavy fog (da wu) during our stay in Nantong. The locals say they don't shut the bridge down, but the traffic is so slow ...