Tuesday, November 30, 2004

We’re Down Under Mate!!!!

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The city is very beautiful and full of things to do, so we stayed very busy and learned a lot about the Australian Culture. During our two weeks here in Sydney we traveled by train, and by bus a lot. We had many sites to see such as: the Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge and Manly & Bondi Beaches.
We worked with Maquiare Church of Christ alot our first week. We handed out 3,000-4,000 pamplets about the Bible school they do and also planned and did a SUPER SATURDAY for the kids in that area (Story of Jonah)
I think one of the highlights of our stay was going to Peninsula Church of christ and staying with a host family. They planned a ton of activities such as: being a crew of a tall ship, going to a reptile park, and hanging out at the beach with the church. Much thanks to all the People at Peninsula COC.

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(Harbor Bridge)

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(The Opera House - Pretty Cool, huh?)


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(The Harbor Front at night is awesome and colorful)

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(I think the sun has gotten to Issac)

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(Jon doesn’t understand this sign)

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(You come to Australia you’ll need to surf and not to forget to put sunscreen on)


It is hard to believe that our time in Australia and on the trip is coming to an end. Our next stop is Hawaii and then home to our families.

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Monday, November 29, 2004

Cairns:

We left NZ for Cairns Australia, While in Cairns we were able to go Scuba Diving and Snorkling at the Great Barrier Reef. We stayed at an awesome resort where there was a beautiful pool and air-conditioned rooms.
During are stay at Cairns some of us rented scooters and drove on the wrong side of the road. 
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(Jacob showing off his new ride)image
(Danny, Leah, and Amy getting ready to go Scuba Diving in Cairns)
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(Jacob getting ready to Snorkle at the Great Barrier Reef)

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Sunday, November 28, 2004

Adventure Capital of the World

Editor’s Note: Sorry to everybody who has been waiting for the updated blog. We have had some computer problems. If you have any questions please email me at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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While in New Zealand, we did many activities and experienced the beauty and wonder of this wonderful place. We spent the first few days in Auckland. We all had really bad jet lag from the ten and half hour flight from Hong Kong.

Later in the week we went to Rotura, where we ended up staying with some host famlies. In Rotura we went bungie jumping, Zorbing, Ludging and also saw a traditional Moari Village. Our time in New Zealand was a lot of fun.
The people at North Shore Church and Rotura Church were great hosts and treated us like one of their own.
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(Danny, Amy, Laura, One of the first Zorbers)image
(Danny learns to fly like the Birds while he Bungie Jumped 47 meters (150ft)


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(Very Intimidating as Casey and Issac show us their Maori warrior faces)image
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(Rotura is the place where we did all of are adventurous things)image
(In New zealand we did learn a ton about the Maori people)image
(Rotura COC took great care of us while we spent the few days with them)

As I stated above, New Zealand tested the limits of all of us and made us stronger for facing some of our fears.

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Monday, November 08, 2004

Hong Kong:

After a few weeks of living in Japan we headed back to China. We spent a total of 4 days in Hong Kong being tourist. We visited Victoria Harbor, Victoria Hill and the Star Ferry. One thing that is very different to Hong Kong than any other city in China that we visited is that almost everyone speaks English. Hong Kong was a great place to be back together as a group and overall a great experience.imageimageimage

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Sunday, October 24, 2004

People to Thank At Ibaraki:

The time has come to say good bye to Ibaraki Christian University and our host families. It is hard to think that the four weeks is already up it seems like we just got here and were figuring out how to get to school from our homes by trains and busses.  As the weeks progressed we felt more and more comfortable to where it was second nature to get to school.

We have to thank the people who made this foreign place feel like home. The 15 families that took in us all in and treated us as if we were one of there own kids. They fed us took us to sites, and showed us true hospitality. So thank you all very much.
Jordan Alexander Togasaki Family
Jacob Barnes Saka Family
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Kent Breeze Tanmachi Family
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McKayla Brooks Owada Family
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Stephanie Coil Yabe Family
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Amy Convington Saito Family
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Jala Herdon Hirai Family
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Laura King Sawahata Family
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Danny Kratzer Kikuchi Family
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Issac Magoos Kikuchi Family
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Adam Potter Kikiuchi Family
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Jon Schulz Mori Family
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Leia Vergne Akiba Family
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Chris Verner Kuboki Family
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Casey White Kuwana Family
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Ibaraki Christian University has these people called “IC Buddies” they helped in many ways and became some of our really good friends. The buddies spent their free time helping us in our Japanese class; they also helped us order food and helped us communicate with the other students. The IC buddies spent time with us after school and took us around the town from Karaoke to “Pricula” (a really popular thing to due in Japan). A special thanks to our new friends who will be greatly missed.

The four ladies in the International studies office at ICU get a gold star; they planned many activities, helped us with translations, took me to the Hospital, and helped us when we needed help. They went far above the call of duty and made everything run smoothly.
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The last people that we need to thank are the professors that taught us in our Japanese culture class and language class. They made Japan come alive, they taught us all different aspects of the Japanese culture from learning to play the Koto to learning how Japanese business men do business.  A special thanks to Suzuki Sensi who spent the whole month teaching a group of American how to speak a very difficult language. To the prefessors thank you again for everything.

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Last Week At Ibaraki:

The last week was very sad because we knew that are time at Ibaraki was coming to a close. This week was the busiest week of the four weeks here.  The week started off like any other with class and chapel. Near the middle of the week is where we kicked it into over drive.
The first thing that we did was go to the Junior High on campus ad talk with 7th, 8th, and 9th graders. One of the most beautiful things that I heard was when the 9th graders sang to us, “May the Lord bless you and Keep you” in Japanese.
The next morning we made Bamboo Crafts which was a lot of fun. I man from the town came in and taught us about bamboo and showed us how to make bamboo whistles.imageimage
Are final activity with the IC buddies was going to Ryujin Suspension bridge and we also stopped to make “Mochi” which is rice cakes. imageimageimageWhile there Chris, Jala and Jon tried “Nato” which is fermented beans and tastes really nasty but most Japanese like it.
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The last things that we did was got are certificate of Completion and farewell party.
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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Busy Busy Busy Week 3 at Ibaraki

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Our culture class this week was over the Japanese Haiku.  We got to experience an age-old traditional Japanese style of writing, called “oshuuji.”  Our teacher translated our names and haikus into Kanji, and after some practice we wrote them on strips of paper and hung them on a bamboo shade.  Here we have Danny, Stephanie, and Isaac; who took first, second, and third place for their haikus (our teacher was the judge).

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This week was completed with a trip to the Oarai aquarium, or Aqua World.  The aquarium is right on the beach, and complete with everything from sea lions to clown fish.  While at the aquarium we also got to watch an amazing dolphin show.  The same day some of us attended a Halloween party, put on by the English Bible Class.  We carved pumpkins, ate pumpkin pie, and laughed at each other’s…costumes.
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This past Sunday, October 17th, Hiromi Yamada was baptized at Mito Church of Christ.  Hiromi is a junior at IC has been studying the Bible for the past four years.  It was touching to see Hiromi’s baptism this morning, knowing how much of a struggle she went through to get to this point, and in a country that’s less than 1% Christian. 

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McKayla’s Web Page
Stephanie’s Web Sit


Above are links to Mckayla Brooks and Stephanie Coil’s personal websites, with their own thoughts and pictures as we journey through the Pacific Rim. Feel free to check them out! 

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Busy Week Two: Stephanie Coil

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We got the honor of being invited to attend a Rotary Club meeting as their guests.  Although very few of the members (mostly business men) could speak English, we had a great time.  We had lunch and took turns introducing ourselves.  We experienced a true Japanese tradition:  gift-giving.  We each received a small gift from the Rotary Club, which was much appreciated. 

Also this week we visited Omika elementary school.  We were split into groups and got to spend time with different grades; playing games, sports, and singing songs.  We had a great time eating lunch with the kids and, of course, at recess. 

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Thursday, October 14, 2004

Photos From Ibaraki

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Tuesday, October 12, 2004

Weekend Retreat:

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We had the opportunity to get together with a bunch of IC students for the weekend. The weekend stated with a traditional Japanese BBQ, and a time of fellowship. The food was awesome and very filling.

After dinner we got together and played a game that was very challenging for us because we were not aloud to talk to each other. They game was like Spades with a twist everyone was given a different set of rules for the game. After the game Batton Sensei told us that when you are in a different culture you need to be aware that people have a different set of rules which they live by.

The next morning we had the opportunity to see a Japanese sunrise, but I was so tired from staying up late I didn’t get up.

That morning was a special time for us Pac Rim group because one of our own deiced to get baptized while at the coast. McKayla Brooks was baptized on Saturday October 2nd around 9:00am. So congratulations to McKayla, our new sister in Christ.

I thought that this was a great way to end an awesome fun filled weekend.
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Thursday, October 07, 2004

Earthquake:

A moderate earthquake occurred at 14:40:39 (UTC) on Wednesday, October 6, 2004. The magnitude 5.8 event has been located in NEAR THE SOUTH COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN. (This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.) 
In Ibaraki we felt about a 4.0 we are all ok. Just thought you might like to know.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Japan uses the Shindo earthquake scale rather than the Richter scale. A four on the Shindo system would be very frightening for students who have never been in an earthquake, but is not serious.

Japan consists of four main islands, from north to south: Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku, and Kyushu.  The capital, Tokyo, most major cities, and Ibaraki prefecture are all located on Honshu. Ibaraki Christian is central Ibaraki Prefecture, directly northeast of Tokyo.

Most of Ibaraki prefecture is located in a relatively safe earthquake zone. It is considered unlikely that Ibaraki will ever suffer an extremely dangerous earthquake. In any case, Japanese authorities are well prepared for such a contingency.

More info on today’s earthquake is here.

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First Week at Ibaraki:

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We have been at Ibaraki for one week. This week has been fun but very busy. We started are Japanese language and culture classes. This has been very challenging and a lot of fun.
In between classes we are meeting up with Japanese students to help them with their English, we use the “Let’s start Talking book” so we are also teaching them Gods word in the process. Pray that through this that the students have a better understanding of the Bible and learn about becoming a Christian.
This week’s activities contained a Karate demonstration, a welcome party, and learning to play the Koto (traditional musical instrument). So far we are adapting well to life in Japan and looking forward learning and growing while here.

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Arrive at Ibaraki Christian & Omika Church of Christ:

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When we first got to Ibaraki the staff and our IC buddies were there to greet us until our families got there. When all the families finally arrived we headed to our new homes for the next month.
The next day we all met up with the Pac Rimmers and went to Omika church of Christ. After the service the Church prepared a Hamburger lunch with home-made ice cream. The church fed us well treated us with great respect.

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Wednesday, October 06, 2004

Tokyo!!!

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After a few weeks of non-stop traveling we finally got a few rest days in Tokyo. While in there we were required to see a few sites such as the Imperial Palace, and the Miji Shrine both very beautiful and really old.
The Imperial Palace is where the Emperor and his family still live. The Emperor has no power in Japan but the people love him so they keep him as a diplomat. The Imperial Palace has a huge garden that we visited.
The other place we went was to the Miji Shrine. This Shine is a very holy place to the Japanese. The place is surrounded by trees and feels like you are walking into a forest.
In Tokyo we stayed at a youth hostel which was on the 18th floor which gave us an awesome view of the city.
One night I ended up playing cards with people from Israel, Italy, Switzerland, Scotland, and US. I will always remember this night because even though we were not all the same and didn’t always understand what each other said, we still had a great time and laughed a ton.
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Monday, October 04, 2004

Golden Pavilion and Nijo Castle:

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I really enjoyed this day because we were able to see a city that has a ton of history and Japanese culture. Both these site are in the city of Kyoto which was the capital of Japan from 794 until 1868. During WWII it was saved from being bombed because it was considered a point of significant world heritage.

The Golden Pavilion was one of the most peaceful and beautiful places we visited. The Pavilion is the center point of the grounds. While there we were able to sit and take in everything.

The other place we visited while in Kyoto was Nijo castle. It felt like I was going back in time with the huge castle walls and the moat surrounding the castle.  As we walked through the castle it was very peaceful. The Japanese built a huge garden with a stream going through the castle.

Overall the city of Kyoto is a very modern city with a ton of culture and history. It was a great day and glad that we were able to experience this city.
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Hiroshima:

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Our first trip in Japan was where the first atomic bomb was used in wartime. This was one of the most heart wrenching places I have ever visited.  It’s hard to understand how so many people died because of one man-made thing.

I began a conversation with an old man who told me “I was supposed to be in the city when the bomb was dropped.”  He continued by saying it was his class’s time to help make fire lanes in the city, but his teacher changed plans and had them pick potatoes for the harvest on the outskirt of Hiroshima.
He was still burned by the bomb, even though he was 2 miles from them hypocenter (ground zero). Talking to this man who was well in his 70’s made the experience even more real. To see what happened to the Japanese through their eyes and to walk where so many people died made history come alive for me.

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Friday, October 01, 2004

PacRim photos now online

PacRim ‘04 photos from Beijing have been posted on photos.oc.edu. Click here to view them.

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Thursday, September 30, 2004

Local Time now available

The local time in the PacRim group’s current location is now available at the top of the left column.

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Wednesday, September 29, 2004

OC/Cascade Pac-Rimmers loses a heart breaker: Danny Kratzer

imageHubei University of Economics takes its foreign soccer matches very seriously. This morning we were each presented with our own school jerseys and shorts for the afternoon soccer game. OC boasts an enrollment of (fill in the blank); today over 2000 students of the Hubei University of Economics came out in the 90+ degree weather to see us play their soccer team. We are all out of shape and only two of us have ever played competitive soccer before, yet with the amazing skills of MVP Adam Potter in goal we managed to keep the score to 0-3. After an exhausting game everyone still had a smile on their face; and even though we couldn’t speak with our opponents, everyone felt honored to be able to play with each other.
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Monday, September 27, 2004

We Have Internet - Yeah!!!!

Well, after spending a total of around four hours with the Ibaraki Christian College tech people I was able to set up my computer and start loading up blog entries.  You can expect entries on a more regular basis now. Thanks for being patient. I will start up loading Smugmug photos this week too.

Always Here,
Jon
PS. If you have any questions email me .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Up the Yangtze with out a Paddle:

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We spent 3 days traveling up the Yangtze River in China. It is a very beautiful and scenic part of China. One of the most interesting parts of our trip was the trip to the three Gorges.
While on the boat I think most of our group got a true sense of the Chinese culture. We were the only westerners and there was not a single western toilet! The trip truly pushed some of us out of our comfort zone. We took a two night boat ride up the Yangtze River and a trip through the Three Gorges.

This was one of the most beautiful canyons I have ever visited. It was a very peaceful boat ride for me and I was really glad that we were able to experience this part of China.
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The Largest Dam in the world:

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This trip the Three Gorge Dam Project was a really awesome experience, because, as with the Great Wall, it fulfilled a dream of mine - to see this project.

Unfortunately, this dam is causing 1.3 million people to relocate and destroying a lot of Chinese heritage in the process. On the other hand, it is going to alleviate the electricity shortage for the growing Chinese economy and also control the Yangtze flooding problems. When it is completed, it will be the largest dam in the world. I was truly amazed at the size of the project.
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Goodbye Beijing and all our new friends:

It was a sad day on the 11th of September, because it was time to say goodbye to Capital Normal University.

The university was an awesome place for us to stay and learn about the Chinese culture. Thank you too all the professors and staff for making our stay at Capital Normal a very memorable experience.
A special thank you to our friend, Fred, (tour guide) who made Beijing come alive and who went above and beyond the call of his duty. Beijing would have not been the same with out him. So, thanks for everything Fred.

We also made a lot of friends with people from Europe and the US. To all of you- it was nice to have people to talk to and also to help us get around town. Thank you everyone for making Beijing a great first stop on our busy semester studying abroad.

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(Leia, Mckayla and their new friend Theresa (US) and Sarah (UK)

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Chinese Courtyard:

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Our last scheduled event in Beijing was a trip to a Traditional Chinese courtyard. This courtyard was very beautiful and large. While there, I just sat and took in the beauty of this place and could hardly believe how old it is. In this courtyard there was a large duck pond with orange goldfish, many buildings, and a huge rock formation (that you could climb). It reminded me a lot of the Chinese garden in Portland OR- but this one is a few hundred years old and actually in China. imageimage
(Special Thanks to Kent for all the photos on this blog)

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Fragrant Hill:

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Fragrant Hill is not a hill but a mountain. Fred (our tour guide) told us that every year elderly Chinese men and woman climb to the top of this mountain to prove that they are still young. Fragrant Hill has 2200 steps to the top. It is not an easy climb, but once you get to the top, you see the entire city of Beijing and how large it really is.
Jacob Barnes said, “The name of the hill should be changed to ‘The mountain of beauty and pain.‘”

At the top we sat and took it all in for about an hour, then we ran down the 2200 steps to the bottom. We all enjoyed this trip to the top of Fragrant Hill.
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Chinese Opera

Chinese Opera:
Monday night we went to a traditional Chinese opera. There were two (opera’s) in the night show. One of the shows had a very funny old boatman who was helping out a princess get to her scholar who was on another boat.
The other story was about a scholar who fell in love with a nymph and they ended up getting married. The other nymph’s didn’t like this so they started a war with the nymph and the scholar. There were a lot of flips and jumping around like the old Jet Lee movies. Even though we had no idea what the actors were saying we understood what was going on.
(I will post photos when I find someone who took some.)

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Temple of Heaven

imageOn Sunday September 4th we left for the Temple of heaven. This is a very special place for the Chinese people.  There is a huge park where every weekend there are people getting together playing games, singing, doing some type of judo, or just sitting and pondering.  There are three temples in this park. One of the templtes, the temple of Heaven, is a very beautiful place with a lot of Chinese heritage.image

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Monday, September 13, 2004

Update from China:

Sorry I haven’t posted anything for the past week. We left Beijing by train to Wuhan China.

Since i don’t have a good internet connection i won’t be able to Post anything until we get to Narita, Japan. We are touring the Yangzi River by boat, which is really fun.

We are doing great and having the time of our life. Keep us in your prayers. Feel free to email me at. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) if you have any questions.

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Thursday, September 09, 2004

Site Notes: Weather Now Available

The weather for Beijing (or wherever we are during the trip) is now availalable on the left rail, courtesy of Weather.com.

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Wednesday, September 08, 2004

Acrobatics:

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Today we got to see a Traditional Chinese Acrobatics show. The show incorporates dancing, high flying stunts, and extremely difficult acrobatics. One of the highlights of the show was seeing 12 Chinese girls stacked on one bike as they rode around the stage. It was a great show to see.
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Peking Duck:

imageYou can’t come to Beijing without trying Peking duck. The restaurant was very nice and had many appetizers before they brought us the main course, which was a fully cooked duck.
The chef cut the duck in front of us and served it to us. The duck was very good, especially when we made it into a wrap.
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