University Trip to Macau Summer of 2011 Week Two Pictures and Excerpts

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    Starting on Sunday in the second week the students took a tour of the old city of Macau including an almond cookie factory.   Professor Saravara wanted to emphasize fresh local food, including almond cookies, and shark fin soup.  The tour for this week was the HSBC bank in Hong Kong. The students were given a lecture and tour by Professor Saravara friend's Stanley. The lecture was on protest management, a unique opportunity for the students.  Students were then allowed to stay in Hong Kong for the weekend if they wanted too.

W2 1 Student tour almond cookie bakery.jpgLeft: Students at the Almond Factory

W2 2 Shark Fin.jpgRight: Fresh Fish Market, Shark Fin soup.

W2 3 HSBC Lecture.jpgLeft: HSBC Bank Lecture on Protest Managment

W2 4 View from HSBC of HK.jpg
Right: View From on top of the HSBC Building

W2 6 BBQ with Doug.jpg
Left: Professor Saravara's Friend Doug and Family.

W2 7 Ocean Park.jpg
Above: Ocean Park Hong Kongs "Sea World"

W2 8 Ocean park me and Michelle.jpgAbove: Professor Sarava and His Wife Michelle

W2 9 Meeting with CityU.jpgLeft: Outside City University In Hong Kong

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