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Travel Blogs from Dalian
... day but Jenny had to teach Sunday to make up for the Friday off. Some of the students gave Jenny moon cakes, a traditional gift for the Mid-Autumn Festival. The school gave each staff member 50 yuan($9) in lieu of moon cakes. Next Tuesday Oct 1 is the National Holiday (equivalent to July 1 in Canada, July 4 in the US) so Tuesday through Friday are holidays. To extend the holiday break for the whole week, the students and teachers are also ...
... a kitten playing amongst the crates of fruits caught my attention. I didn’t know at the time but it was a Li Hua, a breed believed to be the earliest known domestic cat in China, dating as far back as the 16th century BC. It was only in 2010 that it was officially recognized as its own breed; http://www.cfa.org/Breeds/BreedsCJ/Chin eseLiHua.aspx
We visited Youhan Square and Victory Square in downtown Dalian. Youhan Square was ...
... students are studious but as in every classroom, there’s always the exception. Fortunately the students like her very much, an answer to prayer. They even asked her to join them for lunch on the first day. Part of the 20 hours per week is 2 hours of supervision in the evening where students can get help with their homework and courses; I help with the supervision. The students all seem SO young!
... were never design for car traffic are crumbling and pedestrians are forced to walk on the street!
The biggest change in our life style is not having a car, not that I would want to drive here because traffic is “disorderly” by North American standards. Fortunately public transport and taxis are cheap. Typical bus fare is 1 yuan or about 17 cents and a typical cab ride is 20 yuan or about $3.50 for a 15 km (9 mile) ride. ...
- We arrived at our apartment in Dalian China 9 pm Sunday, Aug 25 after 27 hours of travel
- Since arriving, we have set up a bank account, and bought 2 cheap cell phones
- We had to go get another medical checkup even though we had one done in Canada, we're told this is required to get our residence card
- We start our blog with some pictures of our old, non-descript and furnished living quarters provided by University where Jenny will ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services