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Already four full days into my month of teacher training in Beijing. Most of that time so far has been in classrooms - we have TEFL classes from 8:30-14:30 every day (with a break for lunch), followed by an hour and a half of Mandarin lessons (later on this time will be for lesson planning). Luckily, the classes have been interesting as well as helpful, and the teachers are very good - these first few days have been rather overwhelming however. There's a lot to take in ...
... further information about something specific. One thing that I remember was the Tiananmen Square Massacre that Jerry spoke about on the bus before we got to the square. The goals of this protest were for the people to gain social equality and freedom of speech. Majority of these protesters were unarmed university students, many of whom were killed. Aside from our tour group, we were the only westerners that could be seen whilst visiting Tiananmen Square. ...
... Andrea had to give us the teacher evaluations. We waited five minutes after class ended. I was cranky at that moment because I just wanted to leave. Andrea finally showed up.
Right afterward, I dashed to the library to print my philosophy paper. The computers sucked so much in the TBC library. They were running so slow and the internet sucked so much. I just wanted to print my paper badly. It took me twenty minutes to actually get it ...
Today, I woke up early and got breakfast with Karena and Anthony. We walked out of west gate to eat dumpling.
Then we walked to our Chinese class. I was a complete idiot walking to a different building until Anthony told me that I was going the wrong way. We walked in and saw the elevators were full. So, we took the stairs. Once we were on the third floor, we did ...
... within Beijing. The shops were good - a nice supermarket, a post office and loads of restaurants! Im exhausted. What a long day! Thursday 14 March 2013 The Great Wall of China. One of the New 7 wonders of the world. And a UNESCO World Heritage site. This is one of the main reasons I came to China. To see a wall. Construction of the wall began around 220 BC under Qin Shi Huang (the same guy responsible for the terracotta warriors). Construction continued through time. During ...