GreenTree Inn Changsha Yuanjialing Express Hotel
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... no problems. Of course, the fact that English is the second language in Hong Kong behind Cantonese helped since all the signs in the train station were also in English. So we had a leisurely ride to Guangzhou on a nice train, and saw a little of the countryside.
Two hours later we arrived at the Guangzhou East train station, and were very happy to meet Jenny, our Chinese guide for the next few days. ...
... theme tune for Titanic, Twerking (yes that was someone's "talent") and philosophy.
To add to my pain, the contestants also had to use 3 words (selected at random from an already prepared list) and create a 90 second piece of improvisation. The words were a bit like a game of Cluedo that had gone horribly wrong, an example being "Mr Bean, a Lemon, Train station". The results were as you might expect. The next paragraph is a classic example of ...
... falling on the east side of Changsha and from the top of the mountain, it looked like a giant marsh mellow had landed on the east of the city.
Once the run was over, all the participators, organizers etc. gathered at outside of Crave for an end of run tradition known as "Down Downs". A "Down Down" is a punishment given out by the Grand Master (yes it really is that formal) is a forfeit which is given to an individual who has either done something ...
... move which went down very well with a lot of the younger, female teachers. The 4 grade 2 classes made an effort with their clothing to, though not how I expected. Each grade 2 class were wearing a different form of tracksuit (except grade 2 class 4 who are a dormitory class and weren't able to get uniforms). Grade 2 class 1 had chosen Adidas tracksuits, red for girls and blue for boys. Their classroom was packed to the rafters. Chinese classes are ridiculously big compared to class ...
... During the day, I judged 8 debates each with their own slight variation. Despite not necessarily understanding what they were arguing about, it was fascinating to watch (and dare I say enjoy when it got heated). By the end of the day I was shattered and bored of hearing the same arguments over and over again (Hiroshima, Terrorists etc.). Although one team did start going on about launching missiles to Mars which was amusing.