- published: 27 Oct 2015
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Teach English In China If you want to be Independent come to work in China. Most teachers go to the bars after work. Live music, pizza and beer. You have everything here: Starbucks, Mc D's, Burger King, DQ, KFC, and Subway.http://teachjobinchina.com/en/
We traveled to Hangzhou and visited the famous West Lake, saw a Chinese marriage market, and ate a ton of delicious Chinese food - all for 20 dollars (130 RMB)! Meals: Breakfast at 新丰小吃 : 馄饨(wontons) and 小笼包(soup dumplings) – 17 RMB (Address: 复兴南街分店 – 杭州市上城区复兴南街180-2号) Lunch at 吴山烤鸡 ：a whole roasted chicken – 26 RMB (Address: 杭州市上城区吴山路62号) Snack: 3 bananas – 5 RMB Dinner at 卷毛儿饭店 ：an assortment of dishes split between 3 people – 40 RMB/person (Address: 杭州市上城区紫花路39号) Bottle of water: 2 RMB Transportation: gas money – 30 RMB Activities: Visiting West Lake (西湖) : FREE Going to an American football game between the Hangzhou Ospreys and Suzhou Blue Knights : FREE Haircut and shave: 10 RMB Accommodation: my friend Curtis lives in Hangzhou so I crashed on his couch: FREE About Me:...
This is a short video illustrating some of the Zen experiences at a Buddhist Temple in Hangzhou, China. My Zen experience in Hangzhou had had a profound effect on my life as I implemented one powerful Zen technique...meditative visualization. You can read more about my zen experience by visiting: http://www.mikesroadtrip.com/zen-experience-in-hangzhou
This is my apartment that the school provided as part of the TEFL contract. EDIT: I know you know what a kettle is for! The reason I said it was that you need to boil tap water before you drink it so kettles are required here in China.
Decided to head down to Hangzhou on the second day of China to see the West Lake. Unfortunately most of my plans didn't work out the way I planned, but it's okay I still had fun! ► MUSIC: Lost Causes by Robotaki : https://soundcloud.com/robotaki/robotaki-lost-causes [Chinese / Oriental Drum & Bass TaiGekTou] - The Adorned Cage Iruka Remix : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNUEMYV8kyM ►EDITING: Edited using Wondershare Filmora ►SOCIAL MEDIA: Instagram: @helloanitaa DISCLAIMER: Music does not belong to me.
This vlog is from last month, which I never uploaded for some reason, I think I forgot haha! Anyways, it was such an awesome day, we went to Hangzhou to make a little trailer for NiceTalk and then explored the West Lake! Find me on: ► instagram: https://instagram.com/heyElenor ► twitter: https://twitter.com/heyElenor ► website: https://www.heyelenor.com/ • Previous vlog: http://y2u.be/Tq23q7IKTTw
Go on a picturesque journey with acclaimed Artist-Photographer and Author, Wang Xiao Hui to Fuchun Resort, of which its architecture and landscape are inspired by Huang Gongwang’s (1269-1354) masterpiece, Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains. Witness the greatest work of art, where mankind and nature exist in perfect harmony. Fuchun Resort is a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. http://www.lhw.com/hotel/Fuchun-Resort-Hangzhou-China
VEDA 10 I've been working on/procrastinating on making videos on my trip to China for a while. Time to get on that! Music: How it Began - Silent Partner Lucy Stone - KASSI I do not own the music in this video and do not claim to. Hope you enjoy! Let me know about your thoughts in the comments below.
Indian national Raj Uppada has enjoyed the best time of his life in Hangzhou. As a food and beverage manager at the Hilton Hangzhou Qiandao Lake, he said, "My work makes me very happy, but what makes me even happier is the beauty of Qiandao Lake. I love staying here because of the natural setting, lush green mountains, the lake and the air." "Sooner or later we all need to travel and move somewhere else. When I do go somewhere else, when I talk with people, I will tell them that I had the most memorable moments in my life at Qiandao Lake."
China is known as the ‘Kingdom of the Bicycle’ and so it came as no surprise to us that it also hosts the biggest bike-sharing scheme in the world, according to figures by the Earth Policy Institute. But can you guess which city? Nope, not Beijing or Shanghai…. Enter Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province in East China, and home to 9 million people. In Chinese terms, it’s a small city and perfect for cycling! Research shows that three bikes are hired every second, with the bikes rented out around 114 million times in total in 2015. Known as Hangzhou’s 'little red bikes', you can take your pick from around 84,000 of them, all of which are free for the first hour. By 2020 the total number of bikes is set to grow to 175,000. To find out more, we joined bike mechanic Qiu Shaohua ...
My regular commute, 5 days per week in Hangzhou China. Frightening!!!