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... was the lighting display on the second floor – room after room of the largest, most spectacular chandeliers I have ever seen- bigger than Versailles! I could only wonder- who buys these and where do they live? So many things about living in Dongguan are incongruent with my expectations.
Last night was the first night we slept without any air conditioning on. We’re now wondering just how cold it will be in the apartment because we don’t have ...
... fair, stay in a modest hotel for 5 days, eat local food and buy four jackets for about the same cost as two at home. I think I need to rethink how I shop in the future!
Today is the last day of the show and if you love one offs, picking through piles and ridiculously low priced items this is the place to be. Many vendors would rather sell the stock copies then lug them back to the factory so whatever they ...
... half fills a basin every day. We now shrug our shoulders and say, as others do, “that’s life in China”. The one thing that really gets to us is not having the Internet. Tim spent hours this week working on our laptop, trying to reinstall things that were lost – he was successful so life is good (at the moment). We don’t have tv so depend on the Internet for getting shows.
The big event at school this week ...
... Halloween set up. They sold different decorations and
candies, but most importantly, they sold costumes in adult sizes.
To my fortune, they sold a Spiderman outfit that I could
just barely fit into. It was a little tight around the edges, but I did not
even think twice. Instant buy.
So on the same day, Thursday, all the foreign teachers got
into their outfits and made our way through the school giving out candy and
spreading the ...
... 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, ...