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After 4 tumultuously bumpy hours on a coach, the ancient remains of China's Great Wall, the Dragon's tail, rose up from the desolate, mountainous countryside in front of us. The wall, originally built to deter and protect against Mongol tribal invaders from across the border, was to be conquered by sundown. For 6 hours we stumbled, ran, shuffled, …
... the grey-tiled sidewalk/moped parking lot to the left. My head will turn, naturally, as I walk by the beautiful and meticulous, Four Seasons-esque army recruiting center next door. Its marble floors, chandeliers, and spiral staircases make the rest of Tongzi seem only that much poorer. With my head turned to the side, I will, of course, trip over the large pile of demolition debris. This junk litters the path in front of the next building where they are ...
... t know, who is also from Canada, but from the West, like me. (He is from Vancouver, British Columbia. I am from Calgary, Alberta.) I have not met Daryl yet, but apparently he has been teaching English in China for quite a few years now. James is 32, Daryl is maybe 52 (I don't know, but Jemma says he looks old.)
Do you remember from my last blog post the fellow I met at my dorm the previous weekend? Who just showed up in the stairwell, hollering about whether there was anyone ...
I wrote the following update in an email to my friend from Ukraine. But before I share it, first, let me introduce my friend. I met her at a hostel in Guilin, China. She is a journalist major who studied a contemporary form of journalism called Polish reporting. I am very excited about it. The deal is, journalists, or perhaps we can just call them 'disciplined observers of culture', immerse themselves in their subject society. After a thorough absorption of ideas, the author will write a ...
... like looking at the same wallpaper for 10 years. The interactions here are so unlike this dreariness, they are just so alive, so entirely novel. Oooowooooow! when I enter the classroom. Eyes opening wide, heads turning in tandem with my movements. Students guessing; whispering about me as I walk about the class silently before the bell chimes. Head shrinking into a shirt collar as I approach a desk. ... I am not a dehydrated mule who has just ...
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