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Not much has happened.

Day 145. 10.09pm. It’s dark now. The overall weather has been fair. By fair I mean lovely and sunny sometimes, dull some days, but sometimes ferocious outbreaks of rain, finished off with some lightening today. 691 more words

China

Day 12

21st August

Super busy day in Nanjing. We had a very successful mandarin lesson where we learnt more about ordering food. Our adorable little Chinese teacher made us act out buying food which really helps, though I think my brain is going into vocab overload. 299 more words

China

Rusia demuestra poder juvenil

La rusa Seda Tutkhalyan se proclamó campeona olímpica juvenil en Nanjing en el All Around (AA) con 54.900 puntos. Así, Rusia suma dos campeonas AA en las dos únicas ediciones de los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud, ya que la primera fue Victoria Komova hace cuatro años en Singapur. 473 more words

Rusia

day 11

20th August

Sadly only 10 days left in China and half way through my trip!!

We had an interesting mandarin lesson in the morning learning about buying food – probably should have been one of the first lessons!! 247 more words

China

Youth Olympics: Giarnni Regini-Moran (GBR) cruises to gold in Uchimura style

Full replay of the competition is already available on Olympic.TV’s official site. Click on the calendar icon on the left panel. Artistic Gymnastics Men’s All-Around final is listed under Aug 19. 635 more words

Hao Shi ( Day 10)

19th August

Today was definitely the hottest day of the trip so far and another precious day where we could actually see blue sky. After our morning class learning about time and daily routine we headed to the Nanjing Sports Institute in the east of the city for the Youth Olympic Badminton! 285 more words

China

Historic Olympic hole-in-one for Canada's Tony Gil at Nanjing

Golf is back at the Olympics and a Canadian has made history.

With the sport returning to the Olympics for the first time since St. Louis 1904, it is a big hit at the Youth Games in Nanjing where Vaughan, Ontario’s Tony Gil hit a hole-in-one on Tuesday. 85 more words

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