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  • WINTER SEASON.Hi everyone, it is winter since last year November, it is really cold, the coldest it has gone so far is -20 degrees Celsius (-4 degrees Fahrenheit)! And it is expect it to be even colder in February. I Posted by orjantan victor in Orjantan's School Progress | Jan 18, 2019
  • China Part 2In our hostel in Chengdunour package with the bicycle spare part was already waiting for us. The bike was easily fixed, so we had plenty of time to play the tourist. We watched cuddly pandas eating huge amounts of bamboo Posted by LinetteV in Our Journey By Bike | Jan 15, 2019
  • MY ENTRANCE EXAMS RESULTS!!Hello everyone it has been a really long time since my last entry, a lot happened! Most importantly my academics. I will start with the entrance exams that I did last year. The school gives out Mathematics and Physics exams Posted by orjantan victor in Orjantan's School Progress | Jan 11, 2019
  • London to Hong KongJust a quick note from Hong Kong airport! Lovely flight - gorgeous seats in a smaller cabin only 12 BC seats as opposed to more further forward. Only 8 of us w Posted by Eryl_ in Flashpacking in the Southern Hemisphere | Jan 10, 2019
  • Day 19 - Hangzhou 杭州 Today I woke up in my palace of an apartment, feeling like the king I am not. We had planned to go to Xixi national wetland park, but it was raining and a bit too miserable to be out all Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 27, 2018
  • Day 18 - Hangzhou 杭州 Merry Christmas everyone!! (Don't worry I realise this will be a day late by the time it's out). I woke up this morning in high spirits for the day ahead... Then my stomach grumbled.. and it did a Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 26, 2018
  • Day 17 - Shanghai 上海 It was a grissly 5am wake up this morning to catch our plane to Shanghai. I'm looking forward to seeing what the east coast has to offer, perhaps slightly more tempered weather? The plan journey wen Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 25, 2018
  • Day 16 - Kunming 昆明 Today is just a travelling day. We had a pretty darn lazy morning, sleeping in and then pottering down to grab some dumplings for breakfast, was delicious. We ended up catching a bullet train to Kunming Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 23, 2018
  • Day 15 - DaLi 大理Today was not an overly productive day, so not much to report on. We got up early to watch the sunrise which was quite nice. After a lazy morning, we decided to hire a car (all ele Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 22, 2018
  • Day 14 - DaLi 大理This morning on our walk to the bus stop was a brisk -7 degrees and I did not appreciate it. We finally caught the bus to DaLi and the next 6 hours were spent winding down hills, eating snacks and Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 21, 2018
  • Why can 100,000 stuffed animals enter the US market?Since the beginning of this year, Sino-US trade friction has been constant, but in August, a toy factory in Linxi Village, Xi'an Feng Town, Baoying County sent 50,000 “genius dog” stuffed dogs (stuffed dogs manufacturer) to the largest e-commerce platform Posted by stuffed01 in stuffed animal | Dec 20, 2018
  • There is an inexplicable sense of realism in dentures forPresumably, many netizens were scared by their parents when they were young: "If you eat more sugar, your teeth will rot." Although this is just a reminder to the children to eat fewer sweets, it is really troublesome if the Posted by stuffed01 in stuffed animal | Dec 20, 2018
  • Plush toy testing standard(1)1. Cut piece inspection: 1) The placement of the fabric to be cut must be placed on the cutting bed in a positive and negative manner, and the hair direction must be consistent; 2) The number of layers of the cut pile Posted by stuffed01 in stuffed animal | Dec 20, 2018
  • Plush toy testing standard(2)3. Manual quality inspection: (finish inspection is carried out according to manual quality standards) Handicraft is the key process of toy production. It is the transitional stage of toys from semi-finished products to finished products. It determines t Posted by stuffed01 in stuffed animal | Dec 20, 2018
  • Plush toy testing standard(3)4. Packaging inspection: A. Check if the outer box is correct, if there is any wrong printing, and if there is any wrong outer box. Whether the outer box printing is satisfactory, oily or fuzzy is unacceptable; B. Check if the toy Posted by stuffed01 in stuffed animal | Dec 20, 2018
  • Day 13 - Shangri-La 香格里拉Today was very much a day for staying under the blankets. We slept in until about 9am and it was a brisk -6 degrees outside. Reluctantly we got cracking on the days activities. Today we planned to head off to Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 20, 2018
  • Day 12 - Shangri-La 香格里拉We took the bus from Li Jiang to Shangri-La which provided a few nice views. Strangely it was a 170km drive that would take 4 hours.. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/958059/m Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 19, 2018
  • Day 11 - Li Jiang 丽江We got a cheeky lay in this morning before venturing off to the Yulong snow mountain. Now just for you uneducated out there, Yulong mountain is the southern most glacier in the northern hemisphere. It had a total of 13 Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 18, 2018
  • China Part 1 - TibetAlmost two months we cycled through China, far too short to see everything that this country has to offer, but enough to get a good impression of it. To cycle through China has many pro and cons. The infrastructure is great, Posted by LinetteV in Our Journey By Bike | Dec 18, 2018
  • The woman suffers from cellulitis, because of the sandals.Not tall enough, high heels come together. High-heeled shoes have always been a favorite fashion item for women. It not only lengthens the height but also adds a woman's intellectual temperament. However, high-heeled shoes have both advantages and disadva Posted by sandals01 in sandals manufacturers | Dec 18, 2018
  • Day 10 - Li Jiang 丽江 We awoke this morning on a jolty sleeper train. It was an interesting experience but all things considered it was relatively cost effective and convenient. The view in the morning wasn't too shabby eith Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 18, 2018
  • Everything was closed in Dandong Friday I had a pretty good sleep the night before on the bottom bunk of the sleeper car. Nobody did anything annoying the whole time, it was pretty amazing. Getting to the hostel from the train station Posted by baixing in No Fixed Address | Dec 17, 2018
  • Day 9Today is your lucky day, it's just a short entry for the days activities. It was a sleep in kinda day today (hallelujah), we packed up our bags and jetsetted off to an old town in Kunming. It was only Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 16, 2018
  • Day 8Woke up at 9am to an energetic Vina...I could have possibly slept for another 3 days, but we had plans today. We were venturing to one of the more popular natural wonders around this area, the stone forest (approximately 90km Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 15, 2018
  • Day 7 - China Our flight landed in China a bit after midnight local time. We had predetermined to sleep at the airport and start our trip the next day. Unfortunately, the one thing missing was sleep... We couldn't fi Posted by PetenTingy in Hair in the Wind | Dec 15, 2018
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