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... and teach the students how to do things better. They do have one thing that I really enjoy; for family style service, the 72” round tables have a large glass-topped Lazy-Susan in the middle. It makes passing around the table so much easier. My Chinese is still very limited. I can say a few phrases and do some pointing and gesturing to get my meaning across for ordering food from a booth but that is about it. I think I am getting better ...
... Jenn loves them. Have I mentioned the Tea here? This province is famous for it. The tea we can purchase here is absolutely the kind that you'd need to go to upscale and expensive tea houses in the states to get. I've yet to witness a tea ceremony here, but that is more to do with my laziness than with a scarcity of people to perform one. Every office on campus has a full tea set and service tray, and if I were to mention it, most of the building deputies ...
... Case in point, one of our neighbor's, Mike, last year had gotten into a scooter accident. There are electric scooters everywhere here. All over. Well he busted 3 or 4 ribs and was in the hospital. They gave him 2 minimum strength Tylenol for his pain. Once a day. That's it! You can't find pain relievers here. At least not that I can see. Granted there may be some tiny herb shop somewhere selling ground earthworm and stag beetle nose for pain, but if they didn't give ...
... would have it, I found a small piece of it and used that to communicate exactly what I wanted. Turned out we had to pop back home to get our bed's measurements, but we were able to communicate that too. We did so. It ended up being ¥168 which is like $28. So we had to pay ¥100 down and then he said he'd have it ready by 6 tonight. And if course, we were going to the grocery right after tutoring. So then we went to the grocery, I having been paid a ...
... is also very easy to spot which students are most attentive and which ones are really excited to be learning. It is also fun to get a first impression of many of them, each section so far has had at least one student ask about U.S./China politics and my opinions on Syria. I had a very good conversation with a student today who really wanted me to go into depth about freedom of expression and whether I thought China was worse than the US in that regard. I had ...
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