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Jack Lim China Qigong Study Itinerary


April 28 - May 16 2009

The Great Wall - BEIJING
Day 1 Depart Melbourne - arrive BEIJING evening.
Day 2 Late morning - Visit the magnificent Forbidden City. Not only view the splendor, but also feel the Qi. Enjoy a lovely cultural walk through the Hutong area, shopping, drinks & dinner by the lake. (*own expense)
Day 3 Morning - Visit the China Reflexology Association for lectures and discussions. Afternoon - Experience tranquility and Qi at the Summer Palace on Kunming Lake – another world ! Evening - Ladies Day Spa visit
Day 4 Most of the day – Reflexology training at CRA TCM training centre & TCM Museum – simply fantastic ! Afternoon – Visit a local artist, see Traditional Chinese Painting. Evening – Martial Arts concert.
Day 5 Morning - CRA training base for more Reflexology training. Late afternoon – Visit Jade Factory – shopping ! Evening – Wonderful Chinese concert – Jings specialty.
Day 6 Morning – Magnificent Great Wall of China – you’ll have plenty of time to absorb this marvellous “wonder of the world” – comfy shoes & your camera are an absolute must! Evening - overnight “soft sleeper” train to TAI’AN city – Shandong Province.
Day 7 Morning - Arrive TAI’AN. Check in hotel for breakfast & freshen up. Drive to TAI’SHAN mountain. Cable Car up to the peak & down – amazing scenery ! Evening – free time to yourself.
Day 8 Morning - Sightseeing TAI’AN. Visit TCM College & Hospital for lecture & Reflexology treatment. Afternoon – Qigong training. Evening – take a walk downtown amongst the locals.
Day 9 Morning - Check out of Hotel. Bus journey to QUFU. Check in hotel. Walk through the private garden where Confuscious lived. Evening – Visit a local Bar with entertainment or have an early night.
Day 10 Mid Morning - Sightseeing in QUFU. Visit the famous Confuscious Temple. Afternoon Shopping. Evening – Overnight train South to HANGZHOU – Zhejiang Province.
Day 11 Morning – Arrive HANGZHOU – check in hotel.Visit West Lake & walk through famous gardens. Afternoon – Visit Sandalwood Arts & Crafts – gorgeous fragrances while you shop ! Evening – Reflexology at local Health Centre.
Day 12

Sightseeing in HANGZHOU. Visit 6 Harmony Pagoda on Fuchang Jiang River – a tributary river of the famous Yangtze River. Afternoon – Visit Hidden Spirit Buddhist Monastery – over 1000 years old. Evening – free time to yourself for an early night, or go for a walk downtown.

Day 13 Morning - Bus journey through the countryside, past rice paddies. Lunch in local village, see traditional Feng Shui Houses. Evening – Drinks at a local bar & or have some fun dancing !
Day 14 Morning – Check out of Hotel. Bus journey from HANGZHOU to SHANGHAI 3 – 4 HOURS. Check in Hotel. Walk along “The Bund” –free time for shopping. Evening – Drinks at a local bar – or have an early night.
Day 15 Morning – Reflexology lecture at SHANGHAI University of TCM. Afternoon – More shoping at “Old Shanghai” – so many things to tempt you, or enjoy Traditional Chinese Tea in the gorgeous Tea House. Evening – see Shanghai by night from the Pearl Tower.
Day 16 Morning – Continued Lecture & Reflexology demonstration at SHANGHAI University of TCM & also visit the great Bookshop – you’ll find all sorts of books, models & charts ! Evening – free time.
Day 17 Bus journey 2-3hrs to Tongli Water Village, well preserved canals from Ming Dynasty times. Evening “Amazing” Shanghai Acrobatics show !
Day 18 Morning – Check out of hotel. Lunch at Thai Style Restaurant – with entertainment. Shopping at “fake label” outlet. Afternoon - Visit TCM Museum, see wonderful displays of TCM - Herbs and original artifacts of Chinese Medicine – centuries old – breathtaking ! Evening – flight home to Melbourne.



This tour departs from Melbourne so we can all travel in a group. If you prefer to fly direct to Beijing from your capital city (not Melb) please discuss with Jack Lim & Deborah Johnston ASAP

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