Shanghai Hong Gang Hotel
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... lectures on Chinese culture, and traditional
Chinese medicine. I also find time to have foot massages; such a wonderful
thing, and have learned about different types of jade and what to look for when
buying jade. I have been on a tour to a millionaire’s private home and garden,
taken some yoga classes, and started a knitting project. In between, I go to
the gym often as well as swim, and I ...
... just about everything else you can imagine. Part of the street is open to traffic, but the majority of the street is a pedestrian walk area only. The street stretches from the BUND to the Peoples Square, a length of almost one mile. As we walked along the street, we were bombarded by shop and store owners trying to get you into their properties. It was a constant tugging at you, shoving merchandise in your face, and in ...
... mich die Wirklichkeit wieder eingeholt. Am Sonntag hat unsere EMBA Klasse mit einem Besuch des Fernsehturms gestartet. Vom Montag an hatten wir Unterricht an der Fudan Universität und in anderen Institutionen, besuchten schweizer und chinesische Firmen in verschiedenen Industrieparks, sowie das Büro für Umweltschutz in ...
... went really well, I was lucky that she'd chosen a well behaved class to sit in on (almost all the Grade 4 students at Tianshan are the devil!) The students enjoyed the lesson as a whole, were responsive, well-behaved and LOVED the game. And though I ran out of time before the worksheet PM said she thought the class was great and that I'd explained everything really well. I haven't had the full feedback yet because my classes are back to back on ...
... about being so mean to her over the phone.
After breakfast each morning, we would go to Chinese language lessons, classes on culture, and excursions into the city. Each dinner was a family style feast that featured a table of 8-10 people with a lazy susan dangerously overflowing with food. Remember how your mom used to make you feel guilty when you wouldn't eat your dinner? "There are starving people in China!" Well...they ...