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  • ChinaTrip
    By: Mai CheeThao
  • Hong Kong
    Our first stop in China was Hong Kong . It was a tiring after many long hours on the plane. We stayed in a hotel was called L’hotel. It was amazing.
  • Hong Kong Peak
    The peak was really cool, we went up to and saw the whole city. I think a lot of people wanted to spend more time to explore it but our time was cut short due to weather and other places we had to attend to. However, we did get to see one of Jacky Chan’s house.
  • Hong Kong Temple
    God and goddess
  • Hong Kong Ocean Park
    I have never been to an ocean park before so this was really fun. One of my favorite is the cable car because I have never rode one before. I wanted to see the dolphin show but we didn’t have enough time.
  • Hong Kong fun time Pictures
  • Cheng Du
  • Panda
    It was exciting to be able to see the panda bear. Unfortunately, due to the hot weather the panda were not allow out side, so we could only see them in from indoors.
  • Fun Time In Panda museum
  • JiuZhaiHuan
    JiuZhaiHuan was a beautiful place. Although the altitude made a lot of people sick it was worth it. This is one of my favorite part of the trip, because of the clean air and the mountains were so beautiful. I hope to come back some day.
  • ZiuZhaiHuan- Hotels
    Here is some of the hotels that we stay in. The hotels were really nice but some were really cold due to the weather.
  • ZiuZhaiGou Valley
    When we got off the bus we were surrounded by hat sellers. It was pretty cool. Afterwards we head to one of most beautiful valley.
  • Jiuzhaigao Valley
    When we reach the top of the valley. Many of the local people were offering us clothing to us and take pictures for us. The clothing were beautiful but they were charging people 80 Yuan for pictures and clothing. I was lucky enough to bargain down to only 30 Yuan.
  • More Jiuzhaigao valley
    The water is blue and clear and we can see thru to the bottom. We had fun exploring the mountains. According to our tour guide it was one of hot spot for tourism.
  • Jiuzhaigao valley Mountain
    On this day we were suppose to go see the yellow dragon mountain but due to the weather we could not go. Instead we went to visit an village and explore their home and the mountain they live on.
  • Fun pictures of Jiuzhaigao valley
  • Xi’an
    Xian has taught me a lot about the history of China. It was exciting to learn that Xian is where everything began. I also learn that the little red doll that were shown every where was an symbol of Xi’an.
  • Xian Art
    The art work of how the Chinese people made the statues and flute was incredible. It was flawless and perfect.
  • Xi’an History Museum
  • More Xi’an History Museum
  • Emperor Qinshihuang’s Museum
    Being here to see the statues of the Qin and his warriors was an eye opening. I have seen this in T.V and movies, never have I image that I would be there to see it with my own eyes.
  • Xi’an City Wall
    The city was great. It was like a mini version of the great wall when I saw it. It was great biking on it, I had a great work out.
  • Fun times at Xi’an City Wall
  • Xi’an Dumping and Dance show
    The dumping here was great. It was nice to eat food and watch a dance show at the same time. The show was beautiful, I love all the clothing the performances where wearing.
  • Hebei Normal University
    Coming to the Hebei Normal University was exciting to meet the Chinese students there and hanging out with them. The teachers were great also. The dorms there were different from the one from Whitewater but it wasn’t bad.
  • Fun times with our Chinese friend
  • Hebei school talent show
    The school talent show was really fun to watch. The students perform many different kind of music and dance that I seen before and some that were new and exciting.
  • Hebei Mountain
    This mountain was beautiful. Walking up the stairs was tiring but it was worth it when we got to the top. During our hike we took some pictures. Matt and I got yell at Li laoshi for sitting on the wall, we laugh because her face expression was priceless. I had a great time with Li laoshi.
  • More Hebei mountain
  • Hebei Buddha Temple
    The day before we leave for Beijing, some of us student decided to visited Hebei Buddha temple. It took us at least an hour to get there, but we did had fun, the sad part was that we were not allow to take any pictures at the statues.
  • Hebei School Graduation
    It was sad leaving Hebei school, but I did learn a lot from the teachers and Chinese students there. The teachers and students there were really helpful and warm towards us.
  • Beijing Forbidden City
    The forbidden city was exciting to visited. I wish we had more time exploring it because it was so big.
  • Beijing Tea House
    The tea that were served to us were excellent but they were too expensive for most of us to buy. My favorite would be Pu’er tea and the leache tea.
  • Great Wall of China
    This was one of my dream to come to the great wall of china. Although, it took hard work to walk up the uneven stairs it was the best experience that I ever had. I really want to stay longer to see how far I can get on the great wall of China but our time was cut short again. But I can go back home and tell everyone I have been to the great wall of china.
  • Fun pictures in China
  • Group Pictures
  • Big Thanks to:
    Professor Lollar
    Professor Hun Professor Steve
  • And last but not lease, thanks Bob!