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I feel like I haven’t really gone into much detail about
what we’d during our classes so I thought I use this entry to explain what kind
of things we do during class. Class runs from 8:30 to 4:30 with various breaks
in the middle… our first three lessons are generally classroom running
activities while our last two our mandarin lessons.
Our first lesson of the day is run by Alex it’s usually focused on teaching Vocabulary or other aspects ...
... exploring some of the more traditional Chinese areas. We started of our morning with a visit to the charming Temple of Deep Compassion. Wandering around the many buildings at the temple whilst inhaling the insane amount of incense I learnt a little more about the nature of temples from the interesting translations of plaques for each hall or tower. After taking lots of photos of the array of small childlike Buddha statues we ...
... has lost the plot. He picked up a Chinese newspaper, pretending to read it, trying to look important pointing at a news article. Then he started laughing again pointing at an article. People pretended not to notice. The ride was very smooth. We were near a large window which gave us a good view. China has a lot more country that I thought, its just that people choose to live in the ...
A few weeks ago we got to take a class trip to Xiang Shan! Xiang Shan translated is "Fragrant Hill". We went to see the red leaves on the trees, and to climb the mountain. I'm still not sure why it is so famous. When asked, my teacher responded that Chairman Mao liked to visit. Unfortunately it was really polluted the day we went, but it was still a a lot of fun! ...
... hostel. I saw the government buildings, and walked through the mausoleum which holds the embalmed body of Mao Zedong. There was a strict security check, so there are no pictures, but I can assure you it was really cool to see, but creepy at the same time. Across the street is the Forbidden City. I spent the rest of the morning, and part of the afternoon touring the Forbidden City, and its majestic temples and whatnot. It may sound a ...