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... a competition about a topic I know very little about completely on my own. Even though they were debating in English, it was difficult to comprehend what the teams were saying at times (especially when they were arguing with each other).
... foot against the step. The pain was horrific and were the other passengers helpful, no they either surged off or decided to stop and look. Thankfully I was wearing a really hard pair of shoes which I bought in England in the last few days before travelling. Had I been wearing converse or another pair of shoes, I fear I might be sitting in Chinese A & E rather than in this coffee shop now. Through out my life I have always considered myself to be extremely lucky, ...
... we're each given a paper cutting that features the crest of the National University of Defense Technology; two group photographs taken previously in the week; and a generous supply of Hunan tea. We shake hands, and Dr. Zhang turns to the students to give his final address.
"When I visited this classroom," he says, as the room falls silent, ...
"The time has come," the Walrus said, "to talk of many things,
Of shoes, and ships, and sealing wax, of cabbages and kings,
And why the sea is boiling hot, and whether pigs have wings."
- Lewis Carroll
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The last course in the Teaching in English program is designed to ...
... have taken forever going back the way we came so instead we pushed on into the unknown.
The great thing about this, however, was that there was no one around which is almost unheard of in China thus far.
In my last blog, I mentioned that Changsha was heavily involved in the fighting against the Japanese in World War 2. The Yuelu mountain was where the Chinese were heavily dug in. When I have previously visited the mountain I had found various ...