East Sacred Hotel
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I had an amazing visit today to a local middle high school. It's a school of about 1800 7-11 graders and is one of the best in the city. I was able to watch both a high school statistics course and a middle school geometry course. I found both classes fascinating. In each one, the teachers focused the classes around probing questions to introduce new material and require students to think. The goal was a depth of understanding with very little focus on calculation ...
... to the ticket area there are Chinese security guards in sunglasses looking very Bruce Lee like. Here you enter a very large courtyard where tickets are sold. After purchasing tickets we walked through the courtyard to the second entrance and into the proper palace. The first thing we notice the enormous crowd of people. Immediately we decided to leave as soon as possible there were just too many people. Luckily the palace is not that interesting. All the buildings look the same and ...
Woke up early because I had tutoring with Jacky at eight am. It sucked to not be able to sleep in anymore, but I highly value my Chinese tutoring. So I actually got a chicken wrap from the cook I went to last semester.
She smiled when she saw me. As typical, she laughed at my attempt at ordering breakfast. Then, I asked her for soy milk. I rushed to the basement lounge for tutoring.
... the equally bad job of leading the couple in holding Caroline's hand!! Poor me! During the practice I didn't pay attention and I slacked off. Mom was upset and I tried to explain the reason but she didn't't listen. I told her that Caroline was very bossy telling me to do this and do that and to do this and tuck in my shirt and hold ...
... it about two minutes later. She waved me off and said it was okay. When the song came up I tried explaining that this was actually operatic and totally not karaoke music, but William hopped up and said he'd sing the guy part. It didn't turn out too badly considering I hadn't actually sung at all since coming to China. We ended the night with a lovely rendition of "My Heart Will Go On" before heading back.
All in all, a lovely experience. I had no idea karaoke could be so enjoyable. :)