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... skip work and find any excuse to play hooky. As a result, I’ve become partially upset with them where on the one hand, I understand there is nothing to do in the office, but on the other, as a foreign teacher, we’ve signed a contract to work here at the stated hours. If you wanted to sleep at home and mope around, might as well not come to China. I don’t know, maybe I’m complaining about nothing. When it’s all said and done, I’m ...
... and we passed a placenta doctor? Dad is still scratching his head about that one. We headed back to the station, grabbed a Starbucks and off through immigration.
Train time! Train was lovely, comfy chairs and free water. Happy out, after a 1.5 hour journey we arrived safely in Changping town, not to be confused with Changping which is on the other side of the country, quite confusing when booking things! Through more immigration with ...
... in sight. And, as it common practice back home, and what I thought was the norm in any school, one would think this time of year to be hectic and full of surprises. Conversely, like most things in China, I find it not the case.
In regards to work at school, work has steadily died off as classes have been canceled and exams forgotten. The foreign teachers and I have recently had all our classes canceled for the coming two weeks. For reasons obscure to ...
After an awesome summer-time Xmas and New Year back in NZ, I arrived into Guangzhou on a wet and cold winters day. It was the 2nd day of rain they had, and was down to the misty, miserable stuff rather than a decent downpour, but everything looked clean and rinsed, so not all bad.
The best part of arriving back was ...
... So pleased am I with the effect, I thought it ...