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... are covered by Fuzhou Institute...by the time we are done it is about $2300 in American money for all these events..and it is TOP SHELF!!
On Monday we visited the Longsheng Terraced Rice Fields which were way up in the mountains it was awesome and then we learned how to make Bamboo Stuffed Rice, and had a country lunch at a Jinkeng Local Farmer's Restaurant.
It was excellent and I will share some photos for ...
... it is really beautiful. Jerry is actually my assistant so I treated to lunch at a coffeehouse, gave her lots of chocolate, and will help polish her resume for her. I also bought gifts when I travelled to New York City last week and bought I "love" NY T-shirts and hats. She loved the gifts.
On Thursday night, I had a knock on my hotel door at 11:00 pm late, it was Irene who wanted to give me a ...
... via bus) to get Latte and american bread it is so so good,
We are housed on the 13th floor of a hotel, the top floor, and you can hear honking horns morning, noon, and night and it drives me crazy!! Mopeds have horns, cars have horns, the buses have horns and they are constantly beeping the horns non-stop because the drivers are CRAZY here!!
I am also going to upload a few photos I like ...
... freaks you out. I would say most people own scooters or take the bus and many of my Chinese teacher students do not have a licenses. It is expensive to learn how to drive in Fuzhou. People drive their scooters on the sidewalk, on the side of the road, through the park...there are no rules so they can drive them anywhere. I almost got hit three different times (They drive crazy ...
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Today is July 20th so I am putting a SHOUT OUT to Sue MacLaren for a VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!! Enjoy your day and we will catch up and celebrate my friend when I return to Massachusetts in August.
On Friday, July 17th the Teacher Mod Squad attended the Grand Buddhist ...