Well, I’m finally back!! It’s been a week since my departure from America and once getting here I’ve had some serious issues with my internet connection, but all is good now.
So…here is a little something about Nanchang where I’ll be living for at least the next year. This is taken from the welcome brochure given to new teacher arrivals. Since I don’t think I could describe it better, here goes:
“Nanchang means ‘Southern Prosperity’, and is the proud capital of the Jiangxi province. The city provides numerous parks, as well as other historical and cultural sites to explore. In the heart of the city is the Ba Yi Square, commemorating Jiangxi as the birthplace of the People’s Liberation Army with its impressive monument to the Martyrs. Within walking distance of the Square is the mighty Gan River. Situated on the eastern bank of the Gan River is one of the most famous pavilions in China, Tengwangge, which is a stunning example of Tang Dynasty (618-906) architecture.”
I know….you want to see pictures. They will be coming!
Explore the Spirit!