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Students setting intentions and reflecting on a memorable journey.

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Reflection

Simon Hart,Picture of the Week, China VMS

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Amazing day on the sacred snow mountain.Students setting intentions and reflecting on a memorable journey.A rare blue sky with the sun glistening off branches clothed in ice.

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01/11/16

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Simon Hart

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    [post_content] => While on my China journey we encountered a man by the name of Mark Takaf; he informed us on the travesty surrounding our environment. He spoke of our current time as being the sixth Mass extinction. Rising temperatures and pollution are plaguing our world, and he is trying to pedal against the raging storm. Mark and CURA (Chengdu Urban Rivers Association) are transforming the life of farmers by introducing organic systems into their life. They mainly focus on the filtering of the dirty water. This water include sewage and gray water. Gray water is all other water pollution apart from sewage. Also, he is helping local farmers produce more organic crops. Furthermore, these organic crops gift them with more income and healthy food for the consumers. Mark talked mostly about these two goals and how they are working to solve them. To purify the water, they made special toilets with two different areas for the two different types of sewage. The liquid form would transfer through multiple plants, and through this action the water is released into the river as clean water. This is also what happens with the gray water. The solid version of sewage was transformed into fertilizer for the farmers. This action of cleansing of the disposed sewage cleans the river, and creates more tools for the farmers to use. Mark specifically stated on how this transformed the extremely polluted river system that Chengdu is known for. I personally witnessed the strength of pollution in the rivers and I truly agree that they need cleaning. The local farmers need proficient water to fuel their crops. Many farmers are struggling due to the dirty water making for low crop yields and they are barely getting by. Mark also wanted to help ease local farmers by providing them with organic products. This would make the farmers day long trip to sell their outputs more worthwhile. The process of changing over from using from pesticides to organic methods requires several years to balance out the soil. This turned away a multitude of farmers even though CURA would provide financial compensation. CURA has had a huge impact on the environment of the town of Anlong and they continue to make a difference. 
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CURA’s Fight Against The Storm

Bora Basyildiz,China VMS

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While on my China journey we encountered a man by the name of Mark Takaf; he informed us on the travesty surrounding our environment. He spoke of our current time as being the sixth Mass extinction. Rising temperatures and pollution are plaguing our world, and he is trying to pedal against the raging storm. Mark […]

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01/8/16

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Bora Basyildiz

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China VMS

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On the first day in the small farming town of Anlong outside of Chengdu, we sat down as a group with some traditional Chinese tea and we were assigned to our homestays; a family we would be spending the next two nights with. These families had adopted the clean garden initiative set forth by CURA (Chengdu Urban River Association) and had spent years transforming their small farms from pesticides back to a more natural and organic ways of living. Our job in the next few days was to live with our assigned families and help them with their daily lives and chores.

           I was assigned along with another girl to a family (the “Kings” in English) who  spent most of the week farming before the husband drove their fresh produce all the way into Chengdu to hand-deliver their homegrown food to paying customers. Upon arriving at the house, we were met with warmth and smiles, and escorted to a room disconnected from the house with one bed. Honestly, we couldn’t believe our eyes. We knew we would be roughing it but we hadn’t known to what extent until that very moment. We honestly couldn’t even begin to fathom that a child once had slept here. It was a cement box with the windows boarded up and one light bulb ominously hanging from the ceiling along with no central heating or any other furniture besides an abandoned mattress (not a part of our bed sadly) and a bookshelf full of books about yoga. Take into account it was absolutely freezing. Realizing that this was “life” for this family and that and child had grown up in this very room and being able to experience it with our own eyes opened us up to a whole different way of living we had merely read about and seen in pictures.

           We put our stuff down and headed over to the main house to help Stacy, as the mother wanted us to call her, with dinner. There we chopped vegetables, spices, and flowers from their own garden to help prepare for the dinner she was going to serve for the grandparents and us. These people were living entirely off the land, and it was amazing. The food was also delicious. We ate dinner at a low table in a freezing cold kitchen but not before Stacy brought us thicker jackets to put on top of the multiple layers we already had on. We attempted to hold a conversation in Chinese over dinner (successful I would like to think) before getting ready for sleep and facing the dreaded “squatty potties”. Huddling in bed for warmth with four layers of clothes on and a space blanket we fell asleep exhausted.

           The next day, we were woken up by a smiling Stacy for a delicious breakfast of noodles and broth. We explored the gorgeous farm and all of the plants they grew and tended. After a team meeting we headed into town to grab some candy for the “party” later that night, and headed back to start our afternoon of work in the garden. Our job was to pack a mixture of dirt and human feces taken from the squatty potties to help fertilize the earth in a much more natural and less-wasteful way. At first it was completely disgusting as we realized we were elbow deep in human waste, but got into the swing of things and sang as we worked for two hours to help create the start of a new part of the garden and transported all of the pots and seeds into the greenhouse.

           The homestay experience was much different than I thought it was going to be. We really submerged ourselves into the daily lives of the people living in Anlong, and never have I met a family more open and caring about two girls they knew nothing about. Constantly concerned for our wellbeing and curious about our lives in America, these people took us in as their own families and told us to come back whenever we wanted. It has opened my eyes to a whole different way of living, and given all of us an experience we will never forget.

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Home Away From Home

Brooke Weller,China VMS

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On the first day in the small farming town of Anlong outside of Chengdu, we sat down as a group with some traditional Chinese tea and we were assigned to our homestays; a family we would be spending the next two nights with. These families had adopted the clean garden initiative set forth by CURA […]

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01/7/16

Author

Brooke Weller

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China VMS

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    [post_content] => Day FIVE of our collective adventure in Sichuan has come to a close and the students are currently fast asleep in Chengdu. Yesterday morning (January 6th), the group bid farewell to home-stays in AnLong village with its gorgeous fields of cabbage and mushroom houses, and made their way into the maws of Chengdu, the Provincial Capital of Sichuan, and home to nearly 10,000,000 inhabitants. The group spent the day settling into their guesthouse, exploring the neighborhood, and engaging in a local "scavenger hunt" set up to give them basic navigation and travel skills, learning the ropes of how to travel "low to the ground".

On January 7th, they spent the day exploring the Panda research station outside of Chengdu and speaking to issues of conservation and habitat loss for this national icon. Tomorrow morning they will head to a Daoist temple before continuing to Shi Shi Tian Fu sister school for the afternoon and evening. We should see a handful of student yaks posted tomorrow morning our time, as students have been journaling and writing reflections, but unable to get them "published" with all the business of their experience.

Reports on the overall group have been very positive, and I've had daily updates through WeChat (mobil App) stating that the ground is engaged, adventuresome, and supportive through this adventure.

More to come!
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Chengdu!

Simon Hart,China VMS

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Day FIVE of our collective adventure in Sichuan has come to a close and the students are currently fast asleep in Chengdu. Yesterday morning (January 6th), the group bid farewell to home-stays in AnLong village with its gorgeous fields of cabbage and mushroom houses, and made their way into the maws of Chengdu, the Provincial Capital […]

Posted On

01/7/16

Author

Simon Hart

Category

China VMS

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The adventure started with a late night bus ride to the out skirts of ChengDu.  We stayed in a hotel with hot showers I might had.. After a tasty noodle soup breakfast the next morning our team ventured through the city looking for the bus station without help from the leaders. Successfully we arrived at the bus station and traveled further out of the city into the rural AnLong village,  both entertaining and confusing locals along the way. We had to walk the last 1/2 mile of the journey into the village as no bus went there.  This allowed us to tour the neighborhood with Mark a part of the Chengdu Urban Rivers Association. The tour concluded and we set off to spend the rest of the day with our home stays.

More to come....

For more info on Chengdu Urban Rivers Association check out:

http://www.rivers.org.cn/en/

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The Beginning – Homestays in AnLong Village

Alyssa Hib,China VMS

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The adventure started with a late night bus ride to the out skirts of ChengDu.  We stayed in a hotel with hot showers I might had.. After a tasty noodle soup breakfast the next morning our team ventured through the city looking for the bus station without help from the leaders. Successfully we arrived at […]

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01/5/16

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Alyssa Hib

Category

China VMS

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Arrival photographs

Simon Hart,China VMS

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Our group on Jan 3rd at Chengdu International Airport, all accounted for.

Posted On

01/4/16

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Simon Hart

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China VMS

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    [post_content] => Opening dinner photo... a little jet lag never hurt.
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Opening Dinner Photo #2

Simon Hart,China VMS

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Opening dinner photo… a little jet lag never hurt.

Posted On

01/4/16

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Simon Hart

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China VMS

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    [post_content] => Our first Chinese meal in Sichuan!
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Opening Dinner Photo

Simon Hart,China VMS

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Our first Chinese meal in Sichuan!

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01/4/16

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Simon Hart

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China VMS

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    [post_content] => I just got off the phone with Angela, one of our Dragons Instructors on the course who had nothing but wonderful things to report. The group has arrived safe and sound, and after an overnight in a guesthouse about a 30 minute walk from Anlong Village have now settled into village home-stays and are currently hearing about local efforts at establishing sustainable small-scale alternative agriculture methods and lifestyle. They will be engaged in community exploration and learning as well as orientation activities for the adventures to come.

The group posted a photo and update upon arrival, but it seems the internet has been spotty, and the posts didn't come through. The group will re-post and also send the update via email. We appreciate your patience with connectivity in rural China. In spite of jet-lag and a long travel schedule, our group is having a great first day in-country.

Best regards from Boulder,

Simon
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Group Orientation in Anlong Village

Simon Hart,China VMS

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01/3/16

Author

Simon Hart

Category

China VMS

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    [post_content] => My name is Kevin Garcia and I am 16 years old. I love to play soccer, run, and snowboard.  I was born in Vail and have been raised in Eagle. My favorite fruit is bananas although my favorite drink is orange juice. I like potatoes and avocados as well. I am very superstitious and was born on Friday the 13th.  I am pretty shy at first but once I am comfortable, I love getting to know people. I am most interested about China is speaking the language, eating the food, and seeing the difference in cultures. I am very excited for the trip and cannot wait to arrive to Chengdu.

Ps. My photograph exceeded 2400 pixels so I could not upload it.

Kevin Garcia

 
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Kevin Garcia,China VMS

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My name is Kevin Garcia and I am 16 years old. I love to play soccer, run, and snowboard.  I was born in Vail and have been raised in Eagle. My favorite fruit is bananas although my favorite drink is orange juice. I like potatoes and avocados as well. I am very superstitious and was born […]

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12/31/15

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Kevin Garcia

Category

China VMS

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