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One of the reasons for this trip was to visit the Water Resources Institute of Jiangxi. A delegation came to visit the Toowoomba campus earlier this year, on the basis of trying to find a partner institute in Australia to work with. They were so impressed by our presentation, that they invited us to reciprocate the travel and go to their campus.
We met with Mr Wu who is the Director of the Institute and a full delegation of ...
... had incorporated videos and links - the file size was huge and kept crashing our systems.
We had to revert to 'old technology' - thankfully I'd printed out a coloured hard copy, so we scanned that into PDF, and used that as the presentation. I'd also saved the video's separately on the USB and they worked fine.
It was a really frustrating day to say the least, but we got there in the ...
Flew out of Chengdu this morning, and arrived in Nanchang. At least here there is a bit of blue sky, although the smog is still incredibly thick - the Chinese refer to it as haze, rather than smog!!!
We were met at the airport by Mr Shaolin Yang and the Director of the Jiangxi Water Resources Institute - Mr Wu.
An interesting observation of workplace health and safety - see if you can see the guy in the red shirt installing an ...
... most of the comments from previous concerts can be applied to this one:
Good crowd who took a while to warm to us
A shell shocked kid conducted the band
There was a 10 minute interval.
We’re up at 6:15am Wednesday and its 1:15am now so I need to pack and go to bed! 6 hours in a bus tomorrow as we head to the next city. Joy!
Enjoy today’s pictures.
We woke up early in the morning in order to drive out to the ancient villages of Anyi county. By doing this, we missed the crowds and also, I caught my train home right on time.
This is an area of the province where they grow rapeseed plants, same as in Saskatchewan. Leona was surprised that I had seen them before. Lots of people would stop on the side of the road and take pictures in the fields.