A Travellerspoint blog

November 2007

Aliens The Flu N Fishless Fish Farms

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day to ya, So Big Kev's in. The man who's promised sweeping changes in Australia! Sometimes I wonder if the real question is NOT if he really is the man to do it but if the Australian public will actually allow him to do it. We all know how bad the water situation is down under yet many towns have refused wind farms due to them simply being ugly! Add to that the coastal towns that have rejected test sites for 'Current Power' due to barges spoiling their million dollar views. Argh, what do I know about politics anyhow. Plus I don't have a million dollar view that's in question Politics. Not my cup of tea. I'd rather coffee with honey thanks! How am I today you ask? Thanks for asking mate, I was just about to get to that. I'm shite! Really really shite. The worst I've ever actually been. Which when you actually think about it, it can't be that bad as I never get sick enough to feel that bad....but I feel terrible! I have just been the sickest I've ever actually been....well, besides all those times in my younger years where I was found driving the porcelain bus home on many occasions after a huge night. I tell you what, some of those Porcelain Bus Journeys took hours to get through! ARGH! FLU FLU FLU! Let me tell you about the bloody Flu! I do believe it may be the first time I've actually had the REAL flu and not the 'not so real flu' that 99% of society actually catch. Simply known as the Common Cold. Turn up to work with a runny nose and hey, I've got the flu. If you've got the flu you wouldn't be at work even if you wanted to.

This I found out last night and today. Poor Canadian Rob shivered his way though most nights last week and spent every available hour in bed away from any sound and light. I woke last night soaked in sweat and shivering like a bunny. My orientation was so out of whack I couldn't have found north if someone gave me a compass. I spent the night running into walls on the way to and from any available basin. Turn the light on you idiot! I hear you say. Have you gone mad? Any form of light source set off all those landmines the 'sandman' planted as I fell asleep. Anyhow, I woke up half alive, half dead (probably more on the dead side) and called in sick. All will be well now you say. A day at home spent in warmth and peace and quiet. Huh, I'm about 200 meters away from a five storey building full of classrooms jam packed with 2000 students, loud speakers and yelling teachers. Add to that at 7:30am they begin all the yelling and screaming and throwing things around the classroom getting ready for morning exercise which begin at 8:00am. Morning exercise is one of the loudest parts of Chinas day. Not only do you have the kids yelling but you have some crazy teacher up front with his microphone yelling non-stop instructions that I'm sure the schools in Taiwan can also hear and follow each morning. Needless to say, on a normal day I'm up long before and my iPod is blasting a mix of 80's Metal, 90's Alternative and other assorted stuff for any of the kids up the font to slam dance and stage dive to if they don't like their morning exercises. After speaking to Super Shirley the Chinese English Teacher I thought about texting her a reply to her caring well wishes of 'get some sleep, relax and take care' type thing. I remember thinking this and I was just about to raise myself onto my elbow to grab my phone when I must have been abducted my Aliens. Aliens you ask? Well yeah, it's the only explanation for the most bizarre moment of my life. When I did grab the phone to text Super Shirley the Chinese English Teacher it was 3:30pm in the afternoon. Those sneaky little bastards nabbed me and returned me all within the same thought. HA HA! Just joking! But it was a bizarre feeling. I must have been so worn out that I fell asleep and totally slept though all the craziness of a Chinese Primary School. Which believe me could easily be compared to a Slayer Gig noise wise! When I woke I obviously still had the same thought on my mind and simply continued with it. How weird did I feel when eight hours had passed in a single second and also within that single second I had gone from being totally dry to being totally soaked through with sweat. Then I realised that I felt somewhat strangely refreshed and happy. I had no body aches and my head now only felt like it was in the speaker boxes at Festival Hall during a Sepultua Gig and not in the speakers at the Big Day Out. Once I swam to dry land I went about throwing away all my X-Files DVD's I spent the evening washing all my bedding and three pairs of thermals I totally soaked. How good is it to be alive and to have everything in great working order! Some could question whether my mind is in good working order! Ha ha ha, I'll leave that up to you to decide! I wake up probably more than most people thanking life for allowing me to live my dreams but when you get sick and I mean scary sick in a foreign country anyone who doesn't thank life for their health and food fortune is a fool. I thank my love for walking, bike riding and almost obsessively trying my hardest to always feel 100% for not having to put up with the above for many days and nights. It's only the Flu you say. It may be only the Flu but I live in China where all things 'Health' are questionable. The main thing that runs though ones mind during such times is .... What happens if its not 'just the Flu'? What happens if you add a little 'bird' in there...huh? I was lucky Rob had it for the week prior to me. Ha ha, that came out the wrong way didn't it? Sorry Rob! I mean that I pretty much knew what it was once I had a clear enough head to think about it. When you read about things that happen 'food wise' here in China, such a situation really does give you a good dose of FEAR! Why stay you ask? Have you read the statistics on the Melbourne Trams this year? That's the good thing about living amongst 1.3 Billion people, your odds are much better! I've got more chance of being injured riding a tram than eating the wrong thing here in China! Seriously, what the bloody hells going on with the trams this year? They just hit things for no reason. Strangely this year it is mostly other trams. Is Melbourne Transport only hiring ex-taxi drivers or is there a Tram War happing back home? Ha Ha, I'll stick to my feet and my bike! Beers N Noodles toya.....shane _________________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was Iron Maiden The album is one of the greatest live albums ever recorded during one of the greatest tours ever! Live After Death! PS: The photos were taken yesterday. Yan, YouwenJi, myself and the usual group headed to a peaceful fish farm for the day. The owners simply forgot to tell us that it was a fishless fish farm. Back in Australia you go to a fish farm for a reason, because you know there are plenty of fish in there and that you WILL catch one. You only hope that it's not a HUGE bugger as you have to pay by the weight. Here you go to a fish farm to simply sit in wonder at the fact that no-one around you is catching a damn thing. Except for me who caught the damn Flu! Seriously, we had a wonderful time. Those who wanted to sit and stare at the motionless bobbles (or whatever those plastic things are that ate attached to your line) stayed and stared. The rest of us ventured into the hills full of Tea Trees and around lunch time we all headed indoors for a huge feast of fresh fish, vegetables and other assorted inners and outers. PSS: They got the fish out of the tank for us! BUGGER!

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Yet Another Strangely Perfect Day In Shaowu City

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Lets Go On a Picnic Chinese Style! Bring the Wok!

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya, Mate, have you ever been on a Chinese picnic? Let me tell you about the Chinese picnic I went on today. First step is to buy as much food as humanly possible Second step is to pre-make nothing at all. Third step is to carry it all there, then make it and eat as much as humanly possible! After trying to comprehend the first two steps for a few hours, by the time we reached the third step I realised it was actually a heap of fun and even if I tried to explain the way we do things back home it wouldn't matter at all as this is 'their way' and being as group orientated as the Chinese are it wouldn't work any other way. It all began at my friend Yan's 'Chicken Shop'. Ha Ha! Sorry Yan, I meant Kitchen Shop. When we first met she got Chicken and Kitchen confused and for the life of me I couldn't remember passing another Chicken Shop in Shaowu and luckily after she began explaining she sold benches etc I figured it out. I thought I was going mad for some time. This is a common mistake just as the confusion between 'tomato and potato'. Even some of the best Chinese English teachers confuse many of these words. Canadian Jo and I rode over to the Kitchen Shop around 9:30am and soon after everyone began to arrive, but not on bikes as promised. They had all decided to take their Motor Scooters or Motorbikes instead. So much for needing exercise! Thankfully Yan arrived on her little Green Machine and was still going to ride with us. As everyone arrived I began to notice the large amount of STUFF that was coming with us. Honestly, at home we would bring the same if we were going for a weekend camping and not an afternoon. But as there were about ten of us and they were all Chinese then this is simply the way it is done. I went on several with Mandy, Yang Yang and friends in Guangxi along with a few in Gansu before the snows hit and it was pretty much the same. It seems it doesn't matter how heavy or big it is. If it is needed then simply bring it along! So what came with us? A large heavy grill/bbq 'thingy'. Wood for the heavy grill/bbq thingy. A huge plastic container filled with meat to make dumplings. A box of beer, woks and numerous cooking things. Sadly polystyrene trays and not paper or plastic plates Various sauces and salts etc I know must of this 'sounds' pretty much normal but the difference is we usually put it into a car and not onto small motor scooters. The grill/bbq thingy that went on the motor scooter was simply awesome. It sat where you put your feet and stuck out on both sides. Highly illegal things like this have kind of become normal but I don't think they really ever can or will become normal'. If you know what I mean? I think you would have to be born here and not really know the 'other' way. This doesn't mean 'my' way is better. It just means it is easier and more convenient! Oh one thing that did happen that was pretty much straight out of a comedy movie was when I punched Jo in the eye by mistake. It really was the stuff straight from a skit. I was standing at the door of the Kitchen Shop and when everyone arrived on motorbikes I pointed to our bikes and said No No No and swung my arm other way to point 'back home' for them to go change them and it was the same second Jo stopped next to me and looked out to see what I was pointing at. WHAM! The poor bugger nearly hit the floor! I felt so bad but after a few minutes she was up and back in the game! Anyhow it took the three of us around forty minutes ride there. We met the rest at the Water Station and we then began lugging 'everything' up the hill to the waterfall. Of course I got to carry one end of the heavy grill/bbq thingy which half way up became even heavier when someone realised they could fill it full of the bag of bottled water they were carrying. BUGGER! Maybe I would have done the same! Ha Ha HA! Once we arrived and after changing places several times we finally set ourselves down (sadly amongst the rubbish many others before us had left). That is another thing I will never and could never get used to. Most places such as this that are 'beautiful and worth visiting' are sadly filled with rubbish from everyone prior. No one thinks of filling a few plastic bags with their rubbish and taking them either home or to the nearest bin. For those who are saying...hey, we litter back home and some leave their rubbish behind! That is 'little' rubbish that when another group or a family arrive will usually clean it up or a Park and Gardens person will have the job to clean it up. Here it is BIG rubbish and when others arrive they simply don't think to clean it up. They are raised to simply add to it! There were hundreds and hundreds of polystyrene trays, bottles, chop sticks, plastic bags etc. Sadly these also followed the dry river bed as we climbed it later in the afternoon. Happily it then turned out to be one of the best days I've had in such a long time! In fact, I would go as far to say that it was a wonderful day! We began the day by sitting to make dumplings (Joutsa). Everyone who wasn't looking after the bbq or the wok leant a hand and soon we had the top of a large rock covered with freshly made dumplings. Others were marinating different parts of chickens and soon the wok was filled with boiling dumplings. That is also something I will never get used to, boiling dumplings at a bbq. It sounds strange, it looks strange and for any foreigner it is strange. But believe me, it is totally awesome. From making them to eating them, every one has such a great time and the end result is (on all occasions) some of the most delicious dumplings I've ever eaten! The chicken was also awesome and the sauce than Yan made was so delicious. MMMMMmmmmm BBQ Chicken! Yummy! After several hours of eating and drinking we began our journey up the river bed to the waterfall. I can only imagine what this place would be like in summer time when the rains are here in south China. The waterfall which was tiny today would be huge and the river itself would be full and gushing. We climbed up and back over huge boulders and happily no one either fell into the water or hurt themselves. As the afternoon passed by it was sadly time to call it a day. Happily we filled many bags full of not only our rubbish but probably much of the rubbish from the past many months and lugged it all back down the hill again. I really did have a wonderful day and the only thing I would change would be to 'hope' for a cleaner place to visit no matter how beautiful it is. This 'non-caring' mentality is slowly changing here in China. Many of my younger high school friends I have lunch with find spitting and littering disgusting. Some of them have even passed comment to their 'elders' who throw rubbish and cough up their lungs in the middle of the street. The comments aren't usually taken very well by the 'elder' but the thing is, many of the young are now not scared to voice their opinion on how their environment should be kept. So who are Yan, Youji & Yu Wen Ji? I met Yan a few months ago through her friend Yu Wen Ji whom I met many times on my lunch time walks. I then met their 'group' through Yan and Youji. Youji's parents own the Vietnamese Rice Eatery here in Shaowu. Not the one I went to with Daniel and Alexa but a second and much more delicious one! Youji is also very beautiful but sadly married with child! Yan is an English Teacher at the Teachers College here in Shaowu and her English is great. Several of the others can come up with a little English and Yu Wen Ji has a lot stored in his head. Its just remembering it all and bringing it out to use it that he finds hard. They are such a lively and happy bunch. Most are married with child but luckily for them, here in China the grandparents look after the child on weekends and most are free to head out and party. We all meet for big dinners, usually at someone's home and then watch DVD's. During the week some of us meet up after ten (when the children are asleep) and head to the local Dumpling or Lanzhou Noodle Bar. Shaowu is feeling very homely and comfortable right now. I'm having such a great time and it has been quite sometime since I've been somewhere long enough to actually make 'real friends'. By this I mean people who don't actually want to be around you just to be seen with you (a foreigner). This will sound strange to most but those who have been to China as a Foreign Teacher will know exactly what I am talking but. Difficult to put into words so I won't jibber on about it except for the fact that it gets very tiring and ones patience wears very thin for some time before you can sit and relax and know that most of the new people you will met will be a lot more genuine. Here's to a great bunch and a dumpling delicious day! Beers N Noodles toya....shane ___________________________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was The Doors The album was 'Morrison Hotel'

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The Ancient Facts Behind The Modern Face of Shaowu

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya, After an awesome day in the classroom it was time to head to the cities huge Police Complex to have ID Photos taken for our residency permits for living in the Province of Fujian. On the way the legendary Mr Doo took us through several of Shaowu's ancient back alleys. I have walked these alleys ways on many occasions but have never had a chance to see what was behind the huge walls that line them. I knew that everything I walked past was 'old' but I've never had a chance to find out actually how old they actually were. Today I got my answers to many of the questions I wanted answered about Shaowu City. The city obviously began as a small village over one thousand years ago. I knew this had to the be the case as Shaowu houses one of Fujian's three Ancient Mosques which was built over 700 years ago but today Mr Doo confirmed that the first village was built over one thousand years ago. As the village grew into a town Protective Walls were built and soon surrounded the fast growing town. These walls were built somewhere between three to five hundred years ago and only several hundred meters from my school and my home sits the last remaining section of the city wall and the last ancient city gate that faces the beautiful Min River. Here also remains many ancient homes that are somewhere between three to five hundred years old! Today I got to visit a home that is just as old but in a different part of the city. Shaowu is full of historical homes such as these. The new streets are lined with newly built shops and homes that are about twenty to seventy years old. Enclosed within these structures can be found many awesome homes that are many hundred years old. We spent over an hour walking from ancient room to ancient room of one of these huge homes. It was filled with beautiful wood carvings and small family religious sections that were at the end of each beautiful blue stone court yard. The family that owns and still lived in the home we visited had turned it into a private museum that houses old photos, puppets, actual dragon boats used in yesteryear and even an old Tea House that was once very popular with the locals until the more modern types moved in. If you visit my entries on the Ancient Town of Herping this is what can actually be found hidden behind the new modern face of Shaowu City. Part of this new face is the latest restaurant in Shaowu which is a Western Pizza Restaurant. I have never bothered eating here as the prices scare the hell out of me along with the fact that I can't eat dairy. Needless to say a pizza full of cheese would keep me house bound for a week! This evening the school decided it was time for another awesome feast but this time it was to be Western Style. When we arrived I was happy to find that they had a lot more than pizza. They had tuna salads, steak and many other things that were well beyond the normal Shaowu person's budget. I chose the peppered steak and mate, it was totally amazingly the same as back home. I haven't had peppered steak, or a real steak for well over three years now and believe me my mouth was watering just looking at it. In fact it took me about five minutes before I even considered trying to use my knife and fork again! Inside I was worried about looking like a complete idiot at not being able to remember how to use them in front of the table full of Chinese people that surrounded Rob, Jo and I. Needless to say, using a knife and fork is just like riding a.........bike! Once you climb on board you can't forget how it/they function! Beers N Noodles toya.....shane __________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was Sydney's and I think one of Australia's most amazing bands ever! The one and only DEF FX! The album was 'Baptism' Disk 2

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FIRE FIRE FIRE! 119 Celebration Day!

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya, Smoke, fire, fire extinguishers, fire trucks and firemen can only amount to one thing! A school full of over excited school children! Today we celebrated what is known here in Fujian Province as 119 Celebration Day. 119 is the emergency phone number for FIRE here in Fujian and tomorrow being the 9th Day of the 11th Month is the day all schools celebrate the heroic efforts of not only their country's Firemen but the Firemen from all around the world! Being an Australian I know only too well the heroic efforts and the lives that are put on the line by these guys. They, along with all other emergency crews can not be comprehended by the normal people of our societies. Many of them go beyond their call of dutiy and what any normal person would do when it comes to saving lives endangered by fire and other natural causes. Obviously the Fire Department has a huge calling this week so our school celebrated it a day early. We had China's CCTV television station come along to capture the afternoon along with many of the cities Leaders. The students were exposed to small fires and the workings of fire extinguishers. The Fire Department each year create many exciting games to help the children have fun whilst learning how to work the extinguishers and hoses that can save not only their own lives but the lives of their families and friends that surround them. Fire drills were held and the students went absolutely crazy! The Fire Crew also had huge smiles on their faces for the entire afternoon. It really was such a wonderful time. For those reading this, sit back and try to imagine the job these guys have here in China. Over here we are decades behind Australia and America etc. There are no compensation claims and most of OUR rules and regulations don't exist. What our guys go through I would never even try to comprehend. BUT now sit and try to comprehend what the Fire Department Crew in countries such as China must live with. It's a job that attracts a certain type of person no matter what country they are from. No matter what equipment they have or DON'T HAVE, these guys will put their lives on the line to save the lives of people they have never met and probably will never meet again. I for one try to picture myself in their position. Whether I could climb that ladder or force my way through that burning door? I guess I'll never know until I don't have the choice! Beers N Noodles toya......shane __________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was once again one of Australia's most amazing bands ever! The soundalishess DEF FX The EP's were 'I'll Be Your Majick & Kill The Real Girls' Unfreakinbelievable Stuff! Their first album soon followed; Light Speed Collision. If you don't have it.....GET IT! They created a new sound way back in the early 90's and it's a sound that I can still hear in many Australian and Overseas acts. A combination of Metal, Surf and Dance. Rock On Dudes!

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