Ao Ya Hotel
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... slang but apparently it's just like breathing for us Aussies! I already have them saying mozzies, shout (instead of round of drinks), mate, stirring (as in winding someone up) and shortening names like kaz, Daz, Maz... Just to name a few. It's quite amusing to hear them say it and immediately have a very polite go at me for rubbing off on them hehehe! My centre is known as ZGC (as no one can pronounce the name hehe) and is in the 'tech district'. Apparently the area is ...
... and have a conversation in Chinese and go over the grammar points that we went over in class so we can personally ask questions if we have them. We also have Chinese Table every Wednesday, where we go out to a restaurant in the city with our Chinese class and talk throughout the whole meal in Chinese! Today we had quite a variety of foods, as China does eat family style. We had fried rice (of course), beef and veggies, fried ice cream, green tea cake, ...
... gate. How exciting!!
Given the time of year, there was little foliage or flowers but still some spectacular views!! I will let the photos speak for themselves here.
Jason did a fine job explaining the history of the Wall and telling stories as we passed certain sections, and gate houses. Very briefly,
The Great Wall was originally built in the Warring States Periods (476 BC-221 BC) as a defensive fortification by the three states: Yan, Zhao ...
... a year makes! Beijing has become home and cementing my feelings has been my own awareness of my growth as a teacher. Which leads to my second event and that is my second demonstration lesson. Frequent readers of my blog may recall my mixed feelings about about my first demo lesson, marred by the appearance of a teacher hell bent on my destruction, a rare nemesis that I confront. I was nervous and the lesson didn't go well. Fast forward 6 months and I have found my teaching ...
... were given a tour of the workshops and shown how they produce the most beautiful vases, plates and pictures with copper and powdered stone. It was amazing stuff - the factory was quite small and rundown feeling, but the fabulous things they produced was just wonderful.
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