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Chinese Watercolor Learning

Sunee spends her time in the afternoon, studying Chinese watercolor near the Three Gorges Museum

We had a quick lunch around the corner from our hotel. Very cheap and very good. Sunee had an appointment to study Chinese watercolor and I was going to visit the Three Gorges Museum. I have already made an input for the Museum so this will be Sunee's watercolor input.

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Fast food lunch of Kung Pao Chicken. Not bad and for around 8 Yuan if memory serves me correctly

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This is the entrance to the Curio Shops where the instruction was to take place. This was taken the week before when Lillian showed us around.

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Plenty of art stuff to shop for so we spent some time shopping for brushes and paints.

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Sunee poses with her instruction. He was very business with many students of all ages during weekends. He was a very friendly and hospitable gentleman.

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These are a couple of his students. One was also the teachers niece. Don't remember which it was.

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Sunee in the act of learning some watercolor techniques.

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The finished product. The teacher specialized in peony flowers.

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On the way back to our hotel, I would normally stop in to the local internet cafe. Here the young ladies recognized us and greeted us warmly. They work for the second floor restaurant. The internet cafe is on the third floor.

Posted by inchinahil 06:06 Archived in China Tagged educational

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