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... that needs ticket in the island. The museum is quaint and classic and courtyard is quiet and delightful. Shade sprinkle on the ground. The museum is unlike the piano Museum which has many restrictions. Pipe organ music echoes in the hall.
Huandao Road, treasures of Xiamen
Facing the sea, the color of seawater and the texture of sand are not good enough in Xiamen. Several kilometers of coast in the southeast of ...
Well, my time here in Xiamen is almost up. I have three more days left and they will go by fast. So I'll bundle up and try to stay warm through them all. The temperature isn't that cold but when it is the same temperature inside as outside, you begin to feel it.
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... of others about Buddhism, Taoism, and Nestorian Christianity. Through these books Alison and I (the only students in the class) have learned the history of Chinese Philosophy. Although it’s not the most interesting class I’ve had, it is very informative.
All in all, these past three weeks have been very low-key. They've been very quiet and (to be honest) a bit boring. All the students, including me, are ready to go ...
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On Saturday, Harry and his girlfriend, Yuyu, showed Lorren, Noelle (Lorren's sister), and me the tulous. A tulou ("to-low") is a house made out of earth, it is typically four stories high, and it is only made in Fujian province. Most tulous are circular. When the United States first saw satellite images of this area, they were very concerned with the circular structures everywhere. They thought the tulous were nuclear reactors.
Lorren, Noelle, and I met up with Harry and Yuyu by ...
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