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... boat ride over to Macau. This felt like being in a new country completely with them having a different currency, the fact that you had to show your passport and, on top of that, the city felt a lot more Chinese than the international Hong Kong.
What Macau is probably most known for is to be the Vegas of Asia and it sure was in many ways, though with a lot more focus on the gambling and less focus on drinking and party. We walked through many impressive casinos but to ...
Something unique about living in a city like Shanghai is that your living space is very small. Like most large cities, property is expensive so unless you're making good money, you probably have a small place.
Because of this situation, the citizens of Shanghai do not entertain at home - like ever.
Most people have to meet up with friends and family in public places like restaurants, parks, and social gathering sites. There is an ...
... and when they make a mistake they are shouted at quite harshly.
At my friend Levon’s school, one kid in her class was writing too slowly for the TA’s liking and she clipped him roughly over the head and then whacked him on the bum.
I also teach a few ‘special’ kids; a couple of times when I’ve asked someone to answer the questions the other kids shout out ‘no, teacher, no! he can’t!’ And ...
... laughing, there was one that we laughed so hard at we cried but I forget now which one that was. Maybe I'll upload it to here when Scott gets home. His physical wasn't too bad, which is good since I have to go get a similar one sometime this week.
I didn't really feel like going out or doing much, so while Scott was out I finished writing my lesson plans for the second week of school and began planning out what the third week will look like. The curriculum guide for ...
... and Huaihai Road. Pudong, Shanghai's newest district, on the Huangpu's east bank, has some of the highest buildings in the world.
The old-style buildings of the Yu Gardens bazaar are not really old, but the fanciful roots are nevertheless very appealing. The shops here peddle everything from tourist souveniers to ...