Zhong Ke Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Day 8: Free flow, both ways, feel a sensation all over the body.
Excellent day, also on these next few days we were not allowed to get up for the 3 main sittings (7am to 8am, 2:30pm to 3:30pm and 6 to 7pm), I was able to fully concentrate for 3 sittings!
Day 9: same as day 8Only concentrated on 1 sitting fully.
Day 10: Silence stopped after 10am to resume to normal life.
It was really nice to speak to the other foreigners.
... and teaches at CMU and another university. You could tell he was definitely from the south, with his accent. We discussed cultural differences and the education and religion of Taiwan. He told us many people practice folk religion, where they believe their ancestors become gods after they die, and then they set out their favorite foods for them to "eat" and they also burn ghost money for them to spend in their afterlife. He said the majority of Taiwan people ...
... were planning to egg the president! I thought this was hilarious, but don't worry they found eggs for our ice cream, and I don't think the president actually got egged. The ice cream was a functional food because it was intended for weightloss, meaning it had less calories than regular ice cream, so should be used as an alternative choice. We went to the kitchen and made more of a custard, then added concentrated bitter-melon powder, fiber powder, and the ...
... party for us put on by the students. We had some different food to try.. I thought it was all very squishy and couldn't eat a lot of it. Then some of the students wanted to show us they're nutrition dance and we were confused but said ok. And it was just a step dance that they had put together, well then we all learned it and danced with them, it was so much fun. We decided to teach them the Cupid Shuffle and Cha Cha Slide, that was ...
Hello my beautiful people, I made it to Taiwan smoothly where I met with my highschool friend Wen-Ling, we went to Sedbergh School together for grade 11 and 12. Taiwan is still hot but not was hot as the Philippines and not as humid which is such a nice change. We took the high speed train from Taipei to Taichung. It feels good to see more modern ways and more organised ways to do things :).