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  • Visit to China 9 th – 16 th October 2010 On the first day we visited the Temple of Heaven. It was very smoggy! This is Tiananmen square, again it was very smoggy.
  • The Forbidden City in Beijing is where the Emperors of China used to live. 3,000 servants also lived there. It’s still smoggy…..
    • Puyi was the last Emperor of China. He became Emperor in 1908 when he was 3 years old.
    • He lived in the Forbidden City.
    • See if you can find out more about Puyi.
  • Miss Richardson spoke about globalisation at a conference for Chinese Headteachers. There was a translator. Can you see the jars of tea that people carry?
  • Number 9 Primary School Nanjing Street, Shenyang
  • Primary Schools are very large, up to 2,000 pupils. Children have subject teachers for every lesson. This is a music lesson.
  • This was a show put on for us.
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  • Even the teachers sang a song. They are all wearing the same ‘uniform’.
  • We were taken for our dinner to an ‘eat as much as you want’ buffet! The smaller grubs were alive!
  • Shenyang
  • Number 1 Primary School Nanjing Street, Shenyang I presented the BWFC signed football to this Year 4 (Grade 3) class. Learning about the Yi people of South West China.
  • Another show by the children…..
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  • Shenyang Little Forbidden City
  • Catherine was one of our guides. Most Chinese people have an English name and a Chinese name.
  • San Li Tun Primary in Beijing Morning exercises for 1,800 children! Do you know why this boy has bits stuck on his ears?
  • At San Li Tun School, all the children learn photography. They travel all over China taking photographs.
  • Children bring all their own equipment from home.
  • Do you know what these places are called?
  • GOODBYE CHINA! 再见中国