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Travel Blogs from Pingxiang
I went with May and her friends skiing inside a big warehouse about an hour from Changsha. I have never before seen so many terrible skiers in my life! At the end of the night though, most people got a lot better.
We went with a bunch of May's childhood friends and their families. We had dinner and played cards because we got there pretty early.
Once again, my birthday was anti-climactic. Every year, I seem to start my new life at around my birthday time. So, every year I don't know anybody and I never have a party, per-se. This time, a nice man Logan tried to make one for me, but I knew it wouldn't work out because that's just how things go. We had a good time, and I had my own party in my brain I guess.
A nice lady, ...
... it. I found out they are doing renovations and it will be closed until 2015. So, my second choice was the Changsha city museum, which happened to have a British art exhibit, and it was actually really good.
I took my bike to the next stop, Mao's teachers' college. It was also under renovations. Kids all around were dressed in fatigues, because they were doing military training instead of starting school. Everyone from grade 7 ...
... China. Now I'm here in Guangzhou, attending an American high school as a freshmen! :)
I really love China. It is like a second home to me. So in this blog, I'll try and post as many things about China as possible. Attractions, daily life, cuisine and etceteras! :)
So stay tuned for my next entry.
Lots of love,
... than the other babies but was better soon.
We also found out that she has a son and daughter. The daughter is in Taiwain, the son in Pingxiang and has graduated from college and can speak great English.
The new orphanage director gave each family a picture of chairman Mao in a nice frame. Each child got a small US and a small Chinese flag. We then were escorted to see the children in the
orphanage. The healthy children are in ...