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... door for me). The competition was taking place at Ya Li school which is one of the bigger schools in Changsha with several different campus scattered around the city. Luckily for myself and Laura, the campus we needed was just across the river from where we live. As we needed to be there for 08:00, it was still an early start but it could have been worse I guess.
... Looking back on the past 365 days, finishing my degree, successfully applying for my future PGCE place and preparing to come out here, I can say that it hasn't always been easy so I want take this opportunity to thank all of you (those who read all the way to the end will be those who care the most about me). You guys have always been there for me when I have needed you and I could not ask for more than that.
Until next time, from your stupid boy,
... learning new techniques to try with his own students. "But most of all," he says, "when I get back to my classroom, I'm going to be less authoritarian and more of a friend. That's important, I think."
Two hours later, after the food is mostly gone and our wine glasses are empty, we all head back to the hotel. We want to make sure ...
... in math if one of my instructors had involved me in this type of activity.
I also learned that my concept of medieval Cathedral architecture was severely messed up. A professor asked us to draw a picture of a cathedral ...
If there is one place I love to be in Changsha, it is the Yuelu mountain. I climb the mountain most nights for Ti Chi and at weekends I often climb it during the day to see all the different sights there is to see. And every time I climb there is always something new to see and this time was no exception.
I also had pleasant company in the form of Robin, an American friend of mine who is also teaching English (albeit the American kind) who was visiting ...