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... had. There were wines on one wall and bunch of books on the other walls. The workers looked bored. We did not buy anything. As we were leaving the store, the worker following us told Lindsay to come back to shop again.
We continued walking around. Lindsay screamed, "Snow!" I was so confused until Lindsay pointed it out. We walked to check it out. Turned out to be a rink with ice and snow. People were on snow sleds.
Lindsay and I ...
... day before yesterday, the month before last month, and the day after tomorrow.
After class, I got lunch with Bethany, Rae, and Lindsay at S*** over Rice. I got a the same dish as Bethany because she heard it was very good. It was broken rice with chicken and peppers. The dish was so yummy and was beyond pleased that I listened to Bethany's suggestion. She got excellent tastes.
When we were done eating, I got a lychee ...
... street and looked at shoes and athletic gear. I found 2 China swim caps! Woohoo! After everyone took a required shower (we were all very sweaty) we went in search of dinner. We ended up having dinner at a German themed restaurant with all you can drink German beer (not Tsingtao!) and all you can eat food that you cook yourself. It's like hot pot but hot pan. It was delicious! Afterwards we just hung out at the hotel because we were tired from hiking the Great Wall and the ...
... but the inevitabilities of daily life sometimes wears one's patience, so after week of journalistic optimism here is the flip side of My Life in Beijing in both Work and Play..
SCHOOL AND OFFICE POLITICS.
One of the biggest changes from working in Los Angeles in terms of the school environment is that teachers work together in an office (or staff room as we call them in Australia). Foreign teachers tend to be clustered together in what is known as the ...
... and saw the wall open up into a dingy,
faded, but crowded and very chaotic arcade. We spent nearly half an
hour simply marveling at the foreign games which included oddities
such as playing the drums or imitating a hula hoop motion, and of
course tried our luck against the locals in classics such as Tekken
and Street Fighter. Eventually, we owed the females some time
wandering through the alley looking at clothes, trinkets, and
scarves. We've started to ...