Zhengzhou Cheered Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today was really good. We started in laoyong which was the Capitol of China during Tang Dynasty. We went to a Carriage Pit museum and Charlie our very very loud and fast talking guide which gets so excited spittle comes out of his mouth kept talking about what we thought was a "cherr.y pit" museum so the whole bus was thinking we were going to eat …
... to sit down, the setting very traditional with my (right)shoulder towards the Abbot. I was offered tea and then he started talking and what he said next has me floating still. To make a long story short, Abbot Shi Yong Chuan (Shaolin Temple Berlin) and dr. Ding had told him about my work for the Shaolin Europe Association and the hard work I have put in running a kungfu school that he sees fit that I enter the Shaolin family! Next he asked me to tell me what ...
... the day was that all the kids passports were finalized. Vivian dropped Zayne's off to us around 4:30. Our official business here in Zhengzhou is now complete. Zayne played out in the hallway with some of the other kids for about 45 min., then after another in-room dinner (pizzas this time, with Zayne having left over noodles), Zackery and I made our last pool trip for this hotel. Zayne did start saying "Hello" today, which was cool. I think he is going to pick up ...
Okay today's topic will be the internet. I don't have to tell you that one cannot get on facebook and youtube in China. You can still read facebook notifications but that is it. There are people who manage to logon but I don't want to do anything that is not allowed. Besides there are others ways to keep in touch with friends and family and this is one method :)
The first time I went to an internetcafe, I decided to go to a place ...
... practising was kind of amazing. They train for many hours a day, and if they make mistakes can be whacked with a stick until they get it right. The teacher in me has mixed views about this. Obviously hitting a child in this way could breed contempt and lack of compassion... at the same time, there are several students I know who could probably have done with a sharp tap with a bamboo rod. Certainly it seems to pay off here ...