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    [post_content] => I am very fortunate to have been able to participate in this program. I have grown as a leader, follower, student, and friend as a result of the challenges and opportunities presented to me. My instructors Matt and Shi Qi Burton were the perfect choices for the job, and I loved getting to know them and travelling with them. Shi Qi passed on her knowledge of Confucianism and Taoism while Matt taught me the strange ways of the Australian language. Their hard work and dedication made this trip as life-changing and exhilarating as it was. I hope I can do another Dragons trip next summer.
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Looking Back at My Greatest Adventure

Thomas Stodghill Ferguson,China Norfolk Academy

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06/28/14

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Thomas Stodghill Ferguson

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    [post_content] => Farewell to our wonderful Norfolk Crew. We hope to see you all back in China one day! Thank you for the fond memories.

 

Safe Travels Home

 

 

 
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Airport Departure

Simon Hart,China Norfolk Academy

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Farewell to our wonderful Norfolk Crew. We hope to see you all back in China one day! Thank you for the fond memories.   Safe Travels Home      

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06/27/14

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Simon Hart

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The Memorable Ride

Stuart Luter,China Norfolk Academy

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Stuart Luter

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The Memorable Ride

Stuart Luter,China Norfolk Academy

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06/25/14

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Stuart Luter

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    [post_content] => Unfortunately, I had to miss the first day of our hike on Tiger Leaping Gorge because of some nasty travelers diarrhea and vomiting, but getting sick was an adventure in itself. I had the opportunity to receive care from a rural Chinese clinic and to take an interesting drive on a steep, gravel road with no guardrails up to the first rest house on Tiger Leaping Gorge. The doctor in the rural clinic was exceptional. I was impressed with the quality of care in such a rural area. Of course it was not as large and advanced as a city hospital, but it was surprisingly well stocked with medications. I decided that this well stocked clinic is evidence of the rapidly growing tourist industry in the Naxi village where we stayed. Every day hundreds of tourists pay the Naxi locals for horse rides around the village. Unfortunately, all this tourism just leads to more pollution in the area though it does provide revenue. All the trash and pollution leads me to question whether tourism is truly good for the area.

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Lasting Benefits

Wyatt Miller,China Norfolk Academy

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Unfortunately, I had to miss the first day of our hike on Tiger Leaping Gorge because of some nasty travelers diarrhea and vomiting, but getting sick was an adventure in itself. I had the opportunity to receive care from a rural Chinese clinic and to take an interesting drive on a steep, gravel road with […]

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Wyatt Miller

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    [post_content] => I woke up this morning to the rooster crowing from Avni’s house. I was excited to ask to work in the field with my family but when I did they seemed very confused and just kept pointing upwards saying “laoshi” which means go to teacher’s house. Avni, Stuart, and I decided to venture off in to the fields on our own and after getting lost and almost attacked by dogs we finally found one couple in the vast set of fields. We walked through mud and puddles and poop to get to them, and we pleaded “Jung women bung ni” (Can we help you?). We probably looked so dirty and desperate that the woman just smiled and showed us how to replant seeds. Nothing could’ve made us happier than finally being useful instead of just sitting in their kitchen and eating their food. Dirty hands are the best reward.

 

Later in the day, our whole group set out to find a Chinese temple outside the village. After marching for 3 hours along the side of the lake through villages and fields with no particular knowledge of the location of the temple, we found a map. And the map showed the temple was still 1 hour away, which would mean walking back at 10:00 at night, which meant we had to turn around without getting to the temple. I will admit I was frustrated. We had come so far only to give up without reaching the final goal. When something is just out of my reach, I feel like we are missing out on some profound experience. But our leader, Wyatt, made the right decision; we barely made it home for dinner and everyone was tired and sore. An extra 2 hours of hiking would not have helped. Truthfully, our failure brought our group closer together. We all shared the frustration but we were all able to move on and make the lemonade out of lemons. It just goes to prove the classic saying “The journey is more important than the destination.”

 
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A Day in Naxi village

Jessica Williams,China Norfolk Academy

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I woke up this morning to the rooster crowing from Avni’s house. I was excited to ask to work in the field with my family but when I did they seemed very confused and just kept pointing upwards saying “laoshi” which means go to teacher’s house. Avni, Stuart, and I decided to venture off in […]

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06/23/14

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Jessica Williams

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    [post_content] => All the girls were up bright and early eager to go down to the fields. The day was cool and picturesque with clouds kissing the mountains in the background. As the sun broke the cloudy morning sky, Naxi women were busy instructing our group how to work the land. Around nine, most of the boys followed suit. By noon, our faces were covered with dirt and sweat. Rows upon rows of green little stems adorned the loose dirt. We were workers! Everyone was exhausted. Getting off my dirt brown knees, I walked through the fields towards home with Jacob and Aneesh. All the while, I was missing one pant leg. While farming, I made my pants shorts, and going home, one of the legs fell off my shoulders.  I only realized when I got home. For the rest of the day, I was distraught. I was walking all over the village with one naked leg.  I looked and looked, but I’m afraid that I’m leaving something behind in China.
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Field Day

Pablo Vazquez,China Norfolk Academy

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All the girls were up bright and early eager to go down to the fields. The day was cool and picturesque with clouds kissing the mountains in the background. As the sun broke the cloudy morning sky, Naxi women were busy instructing our group how to work the land. Around nine, most of the boys […]

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06/23/14

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Pablo Vazquez

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    [post_content] => Yesterday was our final day in the Naxi village. WE spent the time learning and growing as a group, and thanks to Erik we were a le to “grasp” the Confucian, Daoist, and Buddhist philosophies, and gained an understanding of how Modern China came to be. After our lesson was done we spent the rest of the day connecting with each other and simply having fun. Whether it was working in the fields, running around during the village scavenger hunt, learning traditional Naxi dances, or opening up around a bonfire, I can say with certainty that our group has evolved into something more dynamic and personal. As we transition to the last leg of our adventure, we look back on where we stood at the Norfolk airport, and where we stand now, a remote village in Southern China. We can all agree that we’ve already a seen a difference in ourselves and each other.
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Jacob’s Yak for June 21, 14

Jacob Gusentine,China Norfolk Academy

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Yesterday was our final day in the Naxi village. WE spent the time learning and growing as a group, and thanks to Erik we were a le to “grasp” the Confucian, Daoist, and Buddhist philosophies, and gained an understanding of how Modern China came to be. After our lesson was done we spent the rest […]

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06/23/14

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Jacob Gusentine

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Homestay Parents #2

Matt Burton,China Norfolk Academy

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06/22/14

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Matt Burton

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Village Homestay Parents

Matt Burton,China Norfolk Academy

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The students have started their second homestay for the program. This afternoon saw them meet their Lashihai parents, and head off to take part in rural China life. Over the next few days we’ll be exploring the China in these beautiful surroundings

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06/22/14

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Matt Burton

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