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Tour Guizhou | Exploring Southwest China, Guizhou Province and Guiyang. | This site is about the lives of foreigners and their friends in Southwest China. Tour Guizhou Exploring Southwest China, Guizhou Province and Guiyang. | This site is about the lives of foreigners and their friends in Southwest China. Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home About Contributors Do-Gooders Education Food Guiyang For Laowai Videos Post navigation ← Older posts World’s Largest Telescope Completed in Southwest China’s Guizhou Province Posted on July 8, 2016 by admin Reply World’s Largest Telescope – NDTV Posted in Guizou Happenings, Jack, Videos | Tagged Guizhou, telescope, World's Largest Telescope | Leave a reply Mexican Food in Guiyang Posted on June 27, 2016 by admin Reply We have a worthy new Mexican Restaurant in Guiyang. It is located at the Daximen bus station on Zhongshan Xi Lu. Bus station Enter near Zoo Coffee The walking street. Walking street entrance. Enter next to the Pizza Hut. Go to the fourth floor of this building. Go to the Da Xi Men bus station and the development is right beside the Pizza Hut on the corner.There is a walking street that kind of looks like Grand Central Station inside. The restaurant is on the fourth floor. The burrito is very generous, with a 50 rmb price that gives you enough food for two people. The tacos are also good, but not as filling as the burrito. It is recommended that you taste the sauces for the best selection. The actual Guizhou sauces might be the best choice for pepper. Mexican food in Guiyang is a welcome change of pace. Easy to see from hallway. Good Signage Decorated wtih Mexican style Even workers look Mexican Tacos are authentic Burritos are substantial The menu has English in addition to the Chinese: Menu1 Menu2 Menu3 Menu4 Menu5 Menu6 Menu7 Menu8 The bill for tacos and burrito. Posted in Food | Tagged Mexican Food | Leave a reply Guizhou Food from CNN Posted on June 22, 2016 by Jack Reply In ongoing coverage of Guizhou, CNN discusses “How to eat like a local in Guizhou”. Eat like a local in Guizhou Posted in Food, Jack | Leave a reply CNN Highlights Guizhou Posted on June 16, 2016 by admin Reply Click on Link to see full story: Fanjin Mountain Feature Photo June 15, 2016 by CNN “(CNN)Home to sheer limestone peaks, dramatic gorges and cascading waterfalls, Guizhou is a mountainous and largely undiscovered province in southwestern China. Until recently one of China’s least accessible regions, it hasn’t yet seen the mass tourism that’s crowded Yunnan to the southwest — a popular destination for domestic travelers . . .” Guizhou is isolated by mountains and was a preferred retreat of Mao during the Long March, and the defence industry during WWII. Difficulty of transportation protected Guizhou from enemies, and development. Aggressive transportation construction including trains, highways, and airports has connected Guizhou to the outside world. Those of us visiting Guizhou over the last fifteen years have seen massive changes in development, but the rural minority villages and landscapes are still a large part of this culture. Jack Posted in Economic Development, Jack, Maps and Places | Tagged Beautiful Guizhou, CNN | Leave a reply Technology – Arduino Unboxing Posted on June 11, 2016 by admin Reply The Arduino project puts low cost advanced technology in the hands of children and their curious adult friends. These are literally PLCs, Programable Logic Controllers that are used to make lego toys work or model trains. The same principles are applied in advanced technology systems. Guizhou recently hosted the “Big Data Valley” concept at a Big Data Conference. Guizhou is pushing technology and this project is intended to help begin the education process. The Arduino Unboxing video is an inspection of all the parts in a good Arduino Kit, together with projects. We simply open the box and talk about the parts that we received. Some simple technology language is used, along with text to help the student look up the various terms in use: CLICK HERE –> Arduino Unboxing Posted in Economic Development, Jack | Tagged Arduino, Arduino Unboxing, Big Data Valley | Leave a reply Colorful Guizhou Helicopter Rides Posted on June 9, 2016 by admin Reply Chishui is located in the extreme north of Guizhou Province. It has beautiful bamboo forests, rivers, mountains and waterfalls. The helicopter ride cost 400 rmb to 1200 rmb per person and is unlike any other tours in China. The helicopter can take three passengers at a time. Tours can last from five minutes to more than twenty minutes. Chishui is shown in the video, but tours are available in three other beautiful locations in Guizhou . . . Libo, Huanguo Shu Waterfall, and Du Shan. For further information call Robin at 15597701004 or send an email to You can also contact . | Posted in Jack, Uncategorized | Tagged China Helicopter, China Helicopter Tour, Guizhou Helicopter Tour, Guizhou Tour | Leave a reply The Rooftop Cafe of Dong Men Posted on June 6, 2016 by admin Reply View from the patio. The Rooftop Cafe is located directly across the street from the Starbucks coffee house and Pizza Hut, and is near the Hunter Plaza. Walk down the hill from the Dong Men bus station about fifty yards and turn right. You climb the stairs and turn left at the top of the stairs, walking through a steel door into a large lobby area. Go to the elevators on the far side of the lobby and go up to the 30th floor. The room number is 3004. The Café is located on three levels, literally a rooftop garden. Manager Shadow and her assistant. Typical meeting room. Book and meeting room Patio One of many private areas Electric outlets are plentiful The The Rooftop Café has four meeting rooms including the third level floor which is a private area which might be called the building’s 32nd floor. There are panoramic views of the city from all three floors. The cafe is decorated with a local Guizhou wood, which appears to be cedar, very warm wood walls and floor. The furniture is also wood. The Cafe mainly serves coffee however it has fruit juice, cocktails, beer, and some desserts. Prices are very competitive, particularly in this neighborhood. The manager’s name is Shadow and if you have questions, or if you have a group that needs a meeting room, be sure to call her at 1-398-411-3214. Getting There Go to Dong Men and walk down hill about 50 meters. Directly across the street from Pizza Hut and Starbucks Climb the stairs and turn left at the top. Enter through the steel doors. Cross the lobby to the elevator Unit 2004 on floor 30. Posted in Food, Jack, Maps and Places | Leave a reply Baby has Arrived ! Posted on June 3, 2016 by Jack Reply My housemate’s baby has arrived. I just talked to the father, and the kid made his first appearance at 8:20 AM this morning (June 3, 2016), about five or six hours after letting everybody know that he was ready for the world. (Mother went into labor at between 2 and 3 AM). He’s a boy. Posted in Jack | Leave a reply Baby Coming Posted on June 2, 2016 by Jack Reply As an old bachelor, without children, I don’t have any experience of someone having a baby near me. I have a large apartment which is shared with a Chinese couple, expecting a baby. The baby is due in two weeks, and I asked the future mother if there was anything I could do. . . “No.” So I asked for the husband’s phone number, just in case, and she said that he wouldn’t understand me anyway, but she gave me the number. So this morning at 3 AM I hear some rustling around, doors opening, etc. She says, “Maybe we will go to the hospital.”, “Anything I can do?”, “No. My husband is getting the car.” I told them not to worry, I will make sure that all the doors are locked . . . I am very attached to this couple. So how long do I have to wait before I call the husband for an update? So what do you say to somebody who is waiting . . . especially if they don’t speak English? Sheesh ! Hopefully everything will come out OK and I’ll get good news in due course. Posted in Jack, Uncategorized | Tagged Baby Coming | Leave a reply Voting Posted on June 1, 2016 by admin Reply Absentee Voting Information for U.S. Citizens Abroad also: Media Note Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC August 27, 2012 The Department of State encourages all U.S. citizens overseas to vote, and offers non-partisan assistance online and through our embassies and consulates around the world. U.S. citizens can now request their blank ballots electronically. Depending on your state or county, you can get your ballot by email, fax, or internet download. To start, U.S. citizens should go to to fill out a new Federal Post Card Applications (FPCA). Even U.S. citizens who are already registered to vote or who have voted in previous elections should complete new FPCAs in 2012 to ensure they receive their ballot via the fastest delivery method possible. The registration process for overseas voters has changed in many states this election cycle. Deadlines and eligibility rules for voting in state and local elections vary by state and are rapidly approaching, with some deadlines less than a month away. Additional information about absentee voting for U.S. citizens abroad can be found online at or The State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs will be available live during a twitter Q&A with @TravelGov on August 28 at 9 a.m. EDT to answer questions about how to vote while abroad. Representatives from the Office of Overseas Citizens Services and the Federal Voting Assistance Program will be on hand to answer questions about registering to vote and submitting a ballot from overseas. U.S. Citizens are encouraged to submit questions in advance to @TravelGov, using the hashtag #AskState. Questions may also be tweeted live during the Q&A. This effort supports the Department’s 21st Century Statecraft efforts, complementing traditional foreign policy by harnessing the digital networks and technologies of an interconnected world. Posted in Jack | Tagged Absentee Voting, China Voting, Voting in the USA | Leave a reply Post navigation ← Older posts Register to post here. Login Register Reset Enter your username and password below to login. Username: Password: Remember me Refresh Captcha Complete the form below to register. Username: Email: Refresh Captcha Enter your email address to reset your password. 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