Yulong International Hotel
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I find it hard to believe that Friday will mark the halfway point of my time spent studying Mandarin here. In the beginning, it felt like the next 6 weeks would never end. Although I do miss so many simple components of the daily life in our western world, time seems to be "flying" by. 3 hours of mandarin a day and 3+ hours of mandarin homework is a lot... never will I ever complain about the amount of homework Norfolk Academy teachers give again. Chinese teachers ...
... at midnight followed by the whole rain of confetti. We wanted to return at about 3am but no taxi would take us, so we ended up just heading to another bar and kept partying until 6am when the subways opened. You could never do this in Canada!
Sometime between the holidays and final exams my roommate and I went to visit Chairman Mao's Mausoleum and the China Capital Museum. Watching people act in ...
... another year. I love all the people I work with, I love my job and I enjoy the students I teach and interact with. However, to me my family is very important and I missed them all so much. This doesn't mean that I won't go to another country in the future or maybe another state besides Florida it means China is not the place for me.
My blogs will continue but I think this time it will be about the History of Beijing and China. Enjoy more to come
So I am officially on October holiday, which rolls mid autumn festival. As an added bonus I had a visitor come to Beijing. Keith joined me for the week and we were unsupervised in Beijing together. The week began with drinks at hoahi Lake District with my work amigos, ...
... that time will pass fairly quickly. After 4 days in China, I've seen 4 different parts of the city and am sore from having walked and ridden the subway to each of them. I'm afraid I'll burn out if I keep going like that, so I'll have to plan days where I just stick around the hotel or go somewhere nearby to entertain myself. It's also getting to the point where I'm considering going out and trying some of the cuisine that Beijing has to offer outside of what ...