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... of a 4 year PhD course of study – pity it was not in English as she was somewhat difficult to understand at times.
First visit was to Qingjing Temple – an 11th century mosque founded by the local Muslim community. The original mosque is now only ruins and a modern functioning structure sits alongside. It appears there is tolerance for all brands of religion in China although the Muslim community is ...
... arm motions. The day of the show itself was so fun, watching all of our students on stage and feeling a sense of pride. When it was our turn, we felt like pop stars as we heard all our students chanting our names. It was fun performing and all the teachers were really happy with what we did. It's a big deal for them that we try hard, and I think last semester's students disappointed them. I think they appreciate how we try and get involved in school life this term. We ...
... them up when I get back to school. Back to our holiday. A long weekend, with no school on Monday, so we rushed to the airport on Friday afternoon, worried that we would miss our flight. We took the fast train, the Maglev, which reached a speed of 431 kms/hour. Not a pleasant experience, as it was rocking far too much for my comfort. The trip did only take six minutes though. Once at the airport, we found our flight was delayed, and so we waited. And waited. No information, irate ...
... and Gravol helped, but after tossing and turning (literally) through the night, both of us were happy to reach port the next morning.
We hadn't heard of Xiamen ( pronounced something closer to Shamen) before it appeared on our itinerary, which is surprising as it is an active port city of over 3.5 million people. It ...
... s big Buddah and lots of other ones on the side, I would tell you who they were but the tour leader had good but broken English which made it hard for getting the correct pronunciation!! We meandered our way through other Temples gradually climbing lots of stairs along the way. The last area to go was to s huge big rock with something to do with Buddah written on it, there was more climbing to do to get up to the top but that was as far as our tour leader went. ...