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My Friend Drew and I were suppose to go hiking today at at Jin Daoxia Gorge. So we took the subway to the very last stop like we were told to and that the entrance to the gorge would be right near the subway stop. WRONG.
We get off the subway and we are in the middle of an actual city large enough that you cannot even see the mountains that are behind the buildings, so the entrance to the gorge was nowhere near there. So we decided that we would just take a ...
... of montessori education. I'm suppose to guide the children through their learning, i'm not suppose to "teach"...and there is really not much discipline. The teachers just sternly look at the kid and tell them what they did wrong, so i'm not a big fan of that either. A lot of these kids need a good whooping when they go home just to learn a lesson. I teach in a very ritzy area and a lot of the children are the only child in ...
... though--on Tuesday, we decided to essentially disappear into the streets of the Chongers. We ran into buildings that had graffiti all over them, which we soon discovered was because there's an art school in that particular section. I use "art" loosely--Chinese art vs. Western art, unfortunately, seems like a joke. In my experience, there are three types of art here: bamboo paintings, giant head statues, and weird twisted metal. Unfortunately, the conditioning of test-taking and ...
... grabbed a seat and I requested some 花生， peanuts, hua sheng. They brought us a nice big plate as well as a crate of beers which Tall guy requested, despite the fact that we just told him we didn't want to have any beer. Not the Chinese way, though. He started with 2 beers, then made us drink 3, then offered 4, but I declined multiple times until he gave up.
We spoke about a lot--all in Chinese. It was a lot of Chinese for me. His English consisted ...
... was a large, lit up place called "Lisa's Hotel". How many Lisa's could there be in this place? Not many--turns out it was her place, after all. She has apparently turned into an unknown worker to a highly successful entrepreneur who owns multiple hotels in multiple locations. Unfortunately, she wasn't there, but it was cool enough to see the evolution of China throughout 26 years. Those villages are gradually being turned into tourist areas, with the history and ...