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... heating. More tales to come, I’m sure. This morning 6 of us hired a van and drove to the mainland border to shop at the Lo Wu Shopping Centre. Shenzhen is a free trade special economic zone so lots of shopping with many brand names. You do need to bargain and the salespeople can be quite assertive and in your face. It was a first time situation for one of the teachers and her teenage daughter so they were quite overwhelmed. I’m fairly comfortable with the ...
... the next day and then I am warned it is quite disappointing and maybe not quite worth the trip. Plan 1 scrapped- I start seeking something else to do. Then someone at my hostel starts on about the Canton Fair. This I've never heard of so slightly intrigued I tag along for a sneak peak.
China Import and Export Fair- better known as the Canton Fair is held twice a year starting mid April and Mid ...
... for the kids. Tim ate the left over chocolate anyway! Parents could bring in their pre-school toddlers and the school staff brought in their little ones, and were they cute! The girls costumes were beautiful and the kids are so petite that they all adorable. Many little Spidermen for the boys.
Tim went for a long run this morning, 17 miles. I don’t know how he does it in this heat – it does take a toll on him. On my morning walk, ...
... for the first time. Both
highlighted what was a miserable trip to Guangzhou.
On Friday, Shubham, our Indian coworker, invited us to the fourth
floor to celebrate the Dewali Festival. Other than the fact it was a holiday to
cook some curry, our host could not tell us much more about it. Howbeit, we
still had a good time as our hosts, Shabhum and Nathan, invited some other
people to join us for some curry and drinks.
... language. We headed off south to Dagang, which is about 40min drive from school.
There were around 20 families expected, and the students ranged in age from 3 - 15 years.
My job was to read them a story as they arrived, and keep them occupied till everyone was there, then we went round the animal farm area together, gave them a resource gift, had lunch and came home! Not too strenuous....
Most of the students were very young, under 10 years I would guess, ...