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... I couldn't zoom in and have the features of the map update with higher resolution. Thus, we sat on the subway, him trying to figure out where actually my hotel was and me trying to remember what I read about Chinese named places! He asked someone because he had a limited working Chinese speaking ability. (oddly enough, he found Chinese much easier to learn than Mongolian---he said he cannot understand anything in Mongolian and he's ...
"You are holding your chopsticks wrong". The first of what I know will be a succession of lessons learnt during the next month in China is constructively delivered over a few beers by an English teacher contact Anthony and his flatmates (both Seans). It's a night out with some blokes so there's no pictures that's just not what blokes do alright? Instead, we sit outside a small barbeque restaurant, munching on ...
... do when you're desperate! The easy bit was actually getting the trains from Beijing to Badaling, though at the time it seemed more hassle than necessary! We did as all good Chinese do and sat for an hour waiting for the train and as soon as it arrived everybody ran! The train was pretty full but we found ourselves a good spot and prayed it was going the way we wanted - the system seemed to work but you're never quite sure when the language is a difficulty. ...
... again "back home" in Scandinavia, far more of the people you've worked with you'll never meet again at all, ever. Also, I was leaving 1-2 months ahead of everyone else, which means my departure became a bigger deal. There was a lot of extra sad goodbyes. I hosted a pancake evening for all my coworkers, which was a great success, and on the evening before I left we were out having dinner at ...
... were teasing him for having a girl's name! Quite bizarre!
Yesterday was school trip day which proved to be plenty of fun. After piling into minibuses , we headed to the Chinese National Museum. Situated just off Tiananmen Square, this was really my first trip into the city centre. The museum itself, the largest in China was really interesting and completely opened my eyes to the events in China's past, leading up to the birth of communism. Will definitely be doing ...