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... very well be the last time we saw each other.
As my last days of school came and gone, I received some very thoughtful gifts from some of my most cherished students. All a sign of how much I meant to them and how much they meant to me. I left each class with a few words of my own, some advice for them and how much I’ve appreciated being their teacher. My voice began to crack and my eyes began to water, as I said good bye ...
... ones in China, and not left the gas on.
The following posts will describe our exploits, with as few photographs of food as possible. With only a rough idea of where we want to see, and a will to make up much of it as we go along, we’re not sure exactly what to expect, except to expect the unexpected, roll with the punches, fly by the seats of our pants, and probably as many other clichéd lines as you can shake a….ahhh you get the idea.
... This was a traditional style Cantonese dessert, and one I very much enjoyed.
Later on, with cooler heads, we made out to Jane’s fishing village and took some time to rest up. She introduced us to her family and close friends and showed us around her fishing complex. It was simple, clean, and had everything one needed for a good time out with friends.
Once rested, she, along with who was a fishing master, drove us to a man-made fishing lake, and set us up for ...
... longer, than twenty years. As I’ve said before, I wish I would have started sooner.
Things that are back
Being here now for nine months, there are things that you notice come, go, and then come back again. And these past few weeks, I’ve seen such a transition. The following are things that, for better or worse, are back. Some not as good as others: duck sausage (yummy), cockroaches (L), coding, and the humidity. The humidity is the worst. ...
... kung fu because many of the kung fu founders were from Foshan. I learnt a lot about Yip Man who trained Bruce Lee. From the sounds of it he was such a kind and peaceful man, and also stressed the connections with religion and the importance of the mind in kung fu. It was really interesting to read about. I then watched a demonstration of kung fu from some teenagers who were training - they also brought out a toddler to have a go which was really cute!
I had a ...