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... a large tuck filled with watermelon, at the same time. I can now have entire conversations, using basic English and a lot of pointing and charades, with all of my Chinese students.
A place that I once viewed with trepidation, confusion, and sometimes disgust, is now a place of friendship, learning, and memories that I will carry with me for the rest of my life.
I guess the only question now is where should I go next...?
... I rummage through the piles of construction paper, tape,yarn, glue, egg cartens, and various other school supplies that seem to plague my room. No matter how hard I try to get rid of the piles of supplies they seem to continually reappear the next day.
Today though, I am glad I don't have to leave the confines of my room to prepare my lesson. In no time at all I have colored , glued , cut, and pieced together ...
... English then they are talking to you.
6. Fried dumplings. Delicious!!
7. Typo-T-Shirts. My favorite one: Don't hort the elephants theyter your freinds.
8. Cheap prices. In the last 2 and a half weeks i haven't even spent 20$
9. Guys in suits ridding Beat up Bikes. Nothing makes me laugh more then seeing a guy in a nice suit or a girl in high heals peddling down the road on a 50 year old ...
It seems as though I learn something new everyday in China. the other day I was excited to learn that we have an international section of food in Carrefour ( the local super-center). It was stocked with all the amenities that I miss from the U.S. My eyes grew wide as I saw rows and rows of much coveted American necessities such as: hot chocolate, peanut butter, ranch dressing, and mustard. Nothing could ...
... separate room. I do like not having to fight over the scant amounts of water they give us each day to take a shower with .
One thing that I have learned about the Chinese is that they don't like to waste anything here. I sadly found this out at lunch one day. After refusing a side order of chicken feet and pig intestines earlier in the week I kept finding ground up ...