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... our apartment complex was a fenced enclosure with 2 rows of prefab buildings with rooms where the transient construction workers were living while working on the new mall. Again, almost magically, the buildings were dismantled one weekend just before CNY and all that remained were masses of garbage strewn over the entire site. I’ve been watching in the mornings on my way to school. First, a few older men were there, picking out ...
... and ready to brake if you need to, you'll be fine. Everyone rides bikes here, even children! The thing that makes it scary is that everyone in China just constantly beeps their horn - they seem to do it instead of indicating, or even if I'm just standing at the side of the road and they think I'm going to walk out in front of them (which I'm not, I can see them!). So when you're on your bike and you're constantly hearing horns right behind or beside you, it ...
... I found practically inedible, but down here it was really really tasty (I actually missed the Chinese breakfast over this weekend!). Every day they have these steamed buns called baoze (not sure if that's the right pinyin spelling), which I love so much. Each day of the week I have 4 classes to teach, plus on Monday I have an extra class called VIP class, with the 20 students who are best at English in the year. It's a pretty long day, but teaching is really ...
... cars often drive on the wrong side of the road for no reason, and it is noisy ALL the time.
Anyway, back to my last week in Beijing (it feels so long ago now). We had another week of lessons after teaching practice, but we had handed in all our assignments and everyone was a bit more chilled out - there was time to just enjoy each other's company for a bit, and go for drinks in the evenings. On the last night (also my birthday) we had the graduation dinner, ...
... 5 and it was the Festival of the Lanterns. Although we had sporadic outbursts of fireworks and firecrackers during the celebration time, that night sounded like we were in a war zone and the bangs and cracks were pretty constant all evening and night. Now it’s over and things are back to "normal" with just a few lingering decorations still up.
We celebrated Book Week last week with a number of daily activities, culminating in a fashion ...