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We have sailed from Hong Kong and are now in China. We needed a visa to enter China and they appear more strict then any other country. The weather has gone from 90's to 60's in a day. We appear to be getting the tail end of the Philippines Tropical storm.
Xiamen is our first stop. I think that they are just starting tourism here. It appears very different than any where else. Xiamen means a gate of China. It has been voted as the ...
... I kept looking for something that would tell me I was in China, but all I saw everywhere I looked was America. Chinese Americans, but basically nothing that reminded me of the China I had learned about in school or had seen in the movies. These people were dressed in Western clothes walking to jobs, waiting for busses or shopping just like people in any other city would be doing. Even the street signs in Shanghai are in English as well as Chinese.
... With Tian’s turn in English class, she partners up with Lachie (Marcellin).
Once again the class comes alive with electric energy, as students and
assistants laugh in unison at their guest assistants mimicking jumping
Kangaroos and lively sketches of Koalas and Kangaroos drawn on the whiteboard.
The afternoon brings more intrigue as they study penicillin under a microscope
in Biology class. PE classes follow, and the girls with their fellow ...
Food & Drink
Favourite Local Dish: Dumplings! We sampled many different types of dumplings. Our favourites were spicy crab and the dumplings that are filled with soup.
Dumplings the size of your fist filled with soup – comes with straw
Dough Stick – like a dounut stick!
International McDonalds Meal: ...
... I don't know if this lady had ever made balloon guns before but she was a pro. By the end, they looked more like bazookas they were so big. It was cute to see the kids running around together and playing outside of school. (Side note on the gun thing: It took me aback at first. Many of my students love to play pretend guns. But, it's a fantasy for them. Police and the army don't carry them, I've only ever seen them twice, when there was money being ...