Xiamen

The following is a post from Rod Rhodes Professional News & Events. Posted on 14-06-14

Xiamen in the rainy season is a challenging climate but, undaunted, Gerry Stoker and I delivered between us eight three-hour lectures to a summer school of some 50 postgraduates.  The student audience was keen on photos and sent several photos of me in action.

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The weather was enervating. Language difficulties were inevitable. But the students were excellent and our hosts were charming. Best of all we went to a tea growing area and were introduced to the impressive variety that is Chinese tea. We went to the local tea museum and burnt incense for the Goddess of tea (we think, it wasn’t entirely clear).

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The thunder storm was impressive. The driving was scary with the concepts of left and right socially constructed minute by minute.

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