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... a visa to prove that you have places to stay and an exit strategy. However, Shenzhen is an exception, it's designated a special economic zone which means that you can grab a visa and go to Shenzhen and ONLY Shenzhen for 5 days. They are pretty clear on this. Even though it's a lot easier to get a Shenzhen visa than a regular visa, it still has rules. There are a lot of countries (including the US) which they won't give one to, and the UK is dependent on how China ...
... surrounded by a lovely park but not a sign or plaque to give any information about it.
Next weekend we are going to Hong Kong to meet the first of our visitors from home! Sandra and Joyce have been touring China the last couple of weeks and they’ll come back with us to Dongguan before heading home to the Island. We’re very excited to see them! We wish you all a Happy Easter and hope that you soon see signs of ...
... version of Facebook). The only photos I've got are from the very beginning or the very end - there was no chance of getting a camera out in all the craziness once we got closer to the square!
Some people tried to help us - the police got involved at one point, they were in a car and rolled down their window to tell everyone to stop, everyone just started squirting at the police instead, so they gave up. A few of the gangs asked us to join them and ...
... this weekend, and to hang around Dongguan. Me, along with Andrea and Josephine (from the other school) and Nikki (who has worked here for a year already) decided to climb a 'mountain', as the Chinese call it. It is called Shuilianshan and is just a large hill. To get there we had to get on a bus, and buses here are ridiculous, they pack as many people on as possible and it's a bit of a wobbly ride! It was definitely an experience. Shuilianshan takes about 40 ...
... and the thing I love most is that along all the hallways and the stairs are inspirational quotes in both Chinese and English... things like 'Do everything in love'. It's really sweet and I love reading them as I walk to my classes, there are so many that I can see new ones every day. Also our school is 5 minutes walk from our apartment which is wonderful, and they have piano practise rooms which I'm excited to make use of.
We were shown to our office which ...