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Year 13 Updates from Hangzhou - Oct 16

16 October 2018

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Today Year 13 hiked through a bamboo forest and tea fields. This was pretty challenging and they were lucky the weather was a little damp. After some local food for lunch we visited a tea museum where we learned how to perform a traditional Chinese tea ceremony. Afterwards we had a short meditation session reflecting on different emotions.

For dinner they were split into groups where we deliberately paired them with people they don't usually hang out with and then gave each group a hongbao and sent them out for two hours to find food. The only rule being that they couldn't eat at McDonald's. Seems to have gone down very well.

Update from: Dr. David Errington, Year 13 Form Tutor