After 28 hours of travel from Oklahoma, I’m pleased to report I’ve arrived safety in Hong Kong and am looking forward to a day of visiting several international schools tomorrow. The 21st Century Learning @ Hong Kong Conference starts on Thursday. Before catching some sleep tonight, I uploaded about 50 photos to Flickr from my trip today, and also recorded a short, 10 photo VoiceThread about some of the highlights.

Two of the most notable things about the trip here were the number of folks wearing health masks at all times, because of concerns about H1N1 flu, and the fact that Hong Kong had a typhoon yesterday which cancelled school for everyone. Glad I didn’t try to arrive a day sooner!

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2 Responses to Hello from Hong Kong

  1. Eric says:

    Wes – Enjoyed your voice thread about your trip so far. Thanks for taking the time to share and post. I hope to someday visit Asia. Enjoy your time in Hong Kong.

    Eric

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    Thanks Eric! I’ve posted several photos this morning from my hotel window. Definitely an impressive skyline – and I’m not even seeing much of it here. We saw quite a bit on the drive in last night from the airport. Friday night we have an evening cruise for the conference scheduled on a junk in the harbor, and that will hopefully provide some great views of the Hong Kong skyline at night.

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