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... things at the convention centre, as there was a another massive congress of 4000 youths involved with something called Enactus - brainstorming ways to improve the world. Anyway these delegates had lunch in the room where Trevor's presentation was to be held, and within 20 minutes the ballroom was cleared and set up for individual presentation rooms with partitions, screens, translators etc. Tomorrow we are on a booth with TAFE Director's Australia as part of the TVET ...
Funny night out on party street. After walking round for ages and finding out where all the embassies are instead (might be handy to know), we eventually found our way to party street. Lots of young Chinese up for a party and expats looking for a drink in bars that served great measures very cheaply. Had a funny dance in a club at the end if the night where many of Chinese men thought they knew how to rap along to Jay-z even though they didn't speak English ...
... tutoring at eight-thirty instead." Jacky said.
"Are you fine with that?" I asked.
"It is your choice." He explained.
I was so happy that Jacky suggested that. I was a bit scared to ask him if we could do tutoring later. So relieved to that we will not have tutoring at eight am on Wednesdays anymore.
As our tutoring was continuing, I was still not paying attention. Jacky made a comment that my ...
... of amazing temples in Japan and there just wasn't that much to be in awe about except for the age of the buildings and their deep history. I was more in awe of the culture and how social and active people were...as well as their complete inability to understand pantomiming! Though I don't really like shopping, I actually enjoyed it much more than I thought I would once I broke the proverbial seal. I bought some pearl jewelry as gifts, a pair of the latest Nike free ...
... until I believe that their attitude toward seeking excellence is more important to them. Hard to believe we are a debtor nation to China… but we as a people have accepted mediocrity from our leaders and extreme ideology over common sense for the common good of our people.
And with that said, the Chinese national sitting next to me on the plane just ...