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I've been pretty busy for a while now, and have completed 2 out of 5 assignments - writing about 4000 words in total. I have had one assignment back so far and managed to get a Very Good, which is the highest grade so I'm pretty proud of myself! This week we have to start creating lesson plans for 50-minute slots, and we start teaching practice in less than a week. We will be teaching at a school in Beijing, one lesson a day, for 5 days. The problem is that we are given ...
Today was Louis' last day in Beijing. He is flying out for his college graduation tonight. So sad to say goodbye to him.
I remember the first time I heard about Louis was at my returners meeting last semester with my program.
Kevin, one of my program's leaders, said, "There is a returner from last fall. He is French-Black... I guess that how you say that."
Jean was laughing so loud, "French black guys are ...
... It was a terrible day. But as I write this, and look back on it now, there was nothing about the day that was broken beyond repair. It is tough that I had no one to talk me though it all, but that's probably also a really good thing. There are going to be many broken days in my life. If I can fix them before getting to a point that I am spun out of control, then days like today are one of the many, many reasons I am here. It also doesn't make me miss you any ...
gambling and maying card/board games, it felt nice!
When I finally found my way back out of the hutong I got followed buy a young
guy on a pimped tuk-tuk... he was shouting at me offering a ride to the subway
station, but as I still had time I prefered on walking... but he didn’t let me
go...pffff... I finally gave in as we agreed on – what I thought was – 2Yuan.
Jumped on the back of his tuk-tuk and off we went. ...
... into Vito once more. Dinner and back to the hostel. Jörgen relaxes at the hostel while Maria and Maja head out to Ghost Street, hunting for street food. Nice!
Last day in Beijing, first we have to get train tickets sorted. Spring festival is approaching and 1 Billion Chinese will travel 'home', where ever that may be. The train station now already compare to ant farms and so queueing for our tickets takes an hour, at least. We've sorted out the routing with the ...