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... in the day. It was our first rainy day – we’ve had short downpours and thunder and lightning storms, but this was a steady rain well into the afternoon. And it complicates the life of a pedestrian. Firstly, the sidewalks which are the responsibility of the business owners, are different size tiles placed unevenly so the water wells up in the corners- wet feet. Apparently, the runoff system can’t handle much rain because at every corner there’s a ...
... off a fake as the real deal. While China has consumer protection laws somewhat similar to home, like most everything else here it's either not enforced or corrupt. To get the real deal a lot of Chinese venture further abroad to Singapore just to be sure.
A tad of advice should you seek some retail therapy here: rule number one of shopping in China- buyer beware, rule number two- you get what you pay for!
... or fall festival as we were told to call it. Believe me, it was Halloween with a capital H! There were in-class parties, decorations and costumes. The poor primary teachers did a rotation of activities in the morning and then a party in the afternoon. Upstairs (grades 4-6) we had class parties with kids’ mothers sending in snacks. Mine were normal and tasty, but across the hall in the 11yo room, one mom sent in a KFC meal for each kid and another ...
After a few months in, faces are starting to get more
familiar. Going out to pubs, dinners and football, you start to familiarize with
the community and who’s who. Unfortunately, and I probably shouldn’t say this, but
most of the foreigners are rather forgettable. I’m sadly underwhelmed with the
crop living here in Foshan. I won’t get into details, but I’ll wrap by saying I’ll
be making efforts to explore ...
... language. We headed off south to Dagang, which is about 40min drive from school.
There were around 20 families expected, and the students ranged in age from 3 - 15 years.
My job was to read them a story as they arrived, and keep them occupied till everyone was there, then we went round the animal farm area together, gave them a resource gift, had lunch and came home! Not too strenuous....
Most of the students were very young, under 10 years I would guess, ...