Floral Palace Hot Spring Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... place for lunch and spent the afternoon in the hutongs. The kids chose to go to another cat café in the afternoon. Check out the café latte foam design! Enjoyed a performance of General Han Xin-a Kunqu Opera at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in the ...
... teams and activities are practically endless. Teacher turnover is very minimal. Their teams travel all over Asia to compete in tournaments. Very impressive setup for sure!
Afterwards, we went to Giovanni's house to see the company presentation that we missed and to see what the typical house looks like. I will skip the boring details, but they are throwing buckets of money to those who move here for 3 years....Big buckets! They are expanding by one aircraft ...
... through. That seemed to be the case in many instances. We visited the Temple of Heaven, admiring the many red and blue buildings. Feng shui may be a great artform, but it makes for very repetitive room visits when you're a tourist. A stop at the market on our way home introduced us to our first southeast Asia shopping experience. Very grabby! At one point the woman had her arms looped around Dan's. More forceful than anything we've seen! ...
... Private universities are poor quality but government universities are a high standard.
Beijing Zhongguancun High School was an amazing school visit. I suspect it is the pried and joy of high schools in China. The school started 31years ago with 280 students and it now has 3,500 over three campuses. There are 1,800 students and 400 teachers on the campus we visited.
The principal reported 4%GNP s spent on education. We also learnt most of the education budget ...
... is repetition. The teachers must think very highly of the power of repetition, because we spend hours a week reciting the new words, and then the text in our book, until we can recite the 400 or so words just about by heart. It is coming in handy at the moment, though, as I revise the 12 lessons we have covered, because re-reading these texts again is almost like opening a file from a filing cabinet-- I thought I had forgotten it, but it has come back. Hopefully ...