Citic Ningbo International Hotel
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... the room transforms into something livable, little relics of the past few days where unearthed. I even remove the 2 long dead Lilly that is propped into the old ceramic bottle of rice wine. Heaps of pollen fall of the wizen calyxes and onto my hands. A squirt of pledge and a wipe, smudge the orca pollen into the melamine surface. Dust devils waltz around the room and launch into the air with every sweep of the broom. The sheet we sleep ...
... as an ESL teacher. I have performed all that was required of me and even gone above my requirements to help the school (performed on camera for the local TV station - I was never remunerated for - and spent a day doing a summer camp on my day off). When I left on the 28th of January, I was lied to about my exit documents and repeatedly refused access to any documents in order for me to find employment anywhere else in China. They have tried to sabotage any attempt I ...
... br> I also had my lasts Chinese lessons accompanied by a final Chinese exam. Furthermore, I accompanied the manager and engineer to the bank of China to experience first hand how the transition from AUD (Australian Dollar) to HKD (Hongkong Dollar) to RMB (Renmingbi) went. Given that Australian clients pay in AUD, it gets paid out to the company's license ...
... well, actually
security. I checked my bag (for free) and
while I had to take off my jacket, for the first time in ten years, I didn’t
have to strip or take my shoes off or go through a bodyscanner. And that wasn’t
the only difference. In the US, in a country where we can afford everything
except good airline food, in China they gave us unlimited juice and a meal. For
free. When they handed me beef noodle, I told them ...
We left early on Wednesday morning to head for Zhoushan Island (舟山岛). Before heading to the hotel, we went to Mount Putuo (普陀山). Mount Putuo is considered to be the home of Guanyin (a form of Buddha) and is one of the four sacred mountains in Chinese Buddhism. We were able to walk around and see ...