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... thing (which is the case in a lot of the schools). I feel so bad for the kids, they have to go through these goodbyes with their English teachers twice a year and they've been asking me for weeks when I'm leaving. On Friday afternoon, wherever I went I was hijacked by all my students brandishing pens and notebooks, wanting me to sign my name and write 'I love you' - I know how celebrities feel now, I must have signed about 200 of their books! It ...
... out themselves and became quite meaningful for all of us. It was at the same hotel venue as the Winter Concert so a big deal.
Monday, I took my Travel Club on a field trip to Shenzhen to visit the Windows of the World Amusement Park – what a place! It’s huge – in 4 hours we didn’t see it all and has replicas of all the famous landmarks around the world along with a few rides. We took the ...
... skyping in the coffee shop.
On Sunday I headed to South China Mall with Nikki, Josephine, Maja and Cecilie - this mall is in Dongguan and it is the biggest in the world. Fairly well-known because supposedly they had built the mall and then, due to bad location among other things, it remained empty and deserted. No shops, no people. This kind of thing is common here - they have empty buildings everywhere, and apparently whole 'ghost towns' too. Everywhere you ...
... other 2 in August. The 2 Americans are both having their babies in Hong Kong and not going back to the States. Many of the younger staff prefer teaching abroad and have no desire to return home, at least for this stage of their lives. Certainly for the Americans, the money is much better than in the US and the health plan is a BIG bonus. We received an email from Cigna, our health insurance provider, that we could continue coverage ...
... my equilibrium. Next Saturday is the Spring Fair and I’m on the organizing committee. The principal and I convinced the parent group that we should be donating the profits to a charity so the proceeds will go to the Nepal Earthquake Relief. We just finished our last set of parent teacher interviews yesterday AND we’ve written our last student narratives – comments about each child in all subjects – Alleluia!!! Now ...