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... 13 buildings each with 22 floors),but the majority are Chinese or Korean. All notices are put up in the lobbies or on the elevators in Chinese so we have no idea what they mean and nobody at the office speaks English. So far, the only missed message that caused a problem was when the water was turned off. A number of the tenants have little dogs who are out in the inner garden for their walks. I’ve gotten to know Snoopy quite ...
... jump a bit and you think they're honking at you. Also apparently there is no highway code in China. This basically means there are no rules on the road... cars go through red lights, they drive on the wrong side of the road (bikes do too, it's seriously annoying), they park in the most random and inconvenient places... like the middle of the road. Crazy China. I love having a bike though, it's so convenient and also useful for exploring.
Week 2 at Dao Ming ...
... just get out their skipping ropes and hula hoops and do what they want - on those days, we supervise them and play with them, they were impressed with my hula hooping skills but not so much with my skipping skills! The playlist during this break is hilarious though, they play things like Ke$ha and Maroon 5! There really is such a stress on learning English here. During the synchronised morning exercise the other day they started to play Pirates of the ...
... so clean (very different from Houjie!). Everywhere people were wandering around with their kids and playing games of badminton. I've noticed around here that Chinese people love to get out, walking or biking, with the whole family - including babies and children. It's really nice! They don't just stay in at the weekends and watch TV or go for a drink, they are always out doing things in parks or in the town. Whenever I see kids around though, they are always ...
... staff and students dressed up as a book character. My costume resources are quite limited here so I went as one of the dogs in 101 Dalmatians. Tim went as a principal from some obscure book – same costume (or lack of costume) as he used at home.
The school year had been running pretty smoothly as far as bizarre incidents went, with very little drama, but that has changed these last couple of weeks. First Tim made a discovery on one ...