Hyatt Regency Dongguan
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... so good you'd need a specialist to tell them apart
Grade 3 is a pretty cheap and obvious fake
Grade 4 means the imitations. Instead of Chanel you're buying Channle for example.
We weren't really looking to buy so we didn't get to see much of the good stuff, I think you have to put a pretty dedicated amount of effort into the process to get the whole "taken into a secret room behind a wall" treatment. I did show some effort in purses that resulted in a ...
... say the other teachers. We have them throughout the apartment, so I’ll let you know.
We’re at a stage in our experience here where we’re starting to get some insights into life for the Chinese here – below the surface. My Chinese assistant was late one day last week which sometimes happens because of traffic jams. After class she whispered to me that she had to go to the hospital. I asked ...
... other in the crowds. Sometimes all you could do was put your hands up to surrender and let them soak you until their water ran out. The funny thing was that some of the Chinese people in this water fight were practically dry - we were soaked through!! The gangs were definitely targeting people and we were a pretty obvious target, being the only white people there! Everyone had their phones out videoing us and taking pictures, we will no doubt be all over WeChat ...
... and hearing some calming Chinese music. At the end of the day they have been known to play things like My Heart Will Go On...
We have Mandarin classes twice a week after school, until 7pm, and when we leave school there are still so many kids around, which is really bizarre. They seem to practically live at school! No wonder they need nap time. Even if we are walking around Houjie late at night there are still so many very young children playing in ...
... Once they get to middle school they are always, always working; every day until late, even at weekends. No wonder they're all so clever! It's nice to see the younger kids just being kids - playing on the streets, being out and about, making the most of their childhood before the hard work starts.
Early night that night, because of an early start on Monday and the beginning of our first week at Dao Ming. Exciting and nervewreaking... the first week felt like ...