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... going with Thomas and Misa. We ended up joining in the staff party as they were all staying on for stock taking so the chefs, Andy and Jackie, had prepared a meal for them and they invited us to join them. They were laying out candles and rose petals on the restaurant floor as it is MauMau's birthday. We took loads of photos and had a brilliant time.
Great friends, great city - I love Nanjing!
... helped out with swimming again. A parent informed me that because I’m Aussie, the kids I’m teaching in the pool would probably be Olympians! Haha – Aussies obviously have a reputation for being good swimmers. Wednesday I attended the 'Nanjing International Club’s’ Bizaar. I bought my first souvenir /art work from China. It’s a painted tile – very pretty (see photo). I was also introduced to ...
... PJs during the day is normal (and apparently very common in the colder months). Fashion seems to be 'anything goes’. I’ve seen lots of men dress very (what we would consider) feminine-like, I’ve seen children and parents dressed the same, crazy combinations e.g. trackies & shirt & tie, and backpacks being worn on the front of the body. White skin is considered beautiful over here (lucky me). ...
... without the internet. We use it to check the weather and the pollution levels, to access the newspaper and tv guide, to communicate with friends and family, to bank and pay Australian bills, to receive correspondence from school, to communicate in Chinese (translation apps), to order groceries, to book travel, to check train times and public transport routes, and to find our way (maps apps). All of this is extremely time consuming (and often ...