Man Wah Hotel
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... our apartment complex was a fenced enclosure with 2 rows of prefab buildings with rooms where the transient construction workers were living while working on the new mall. Again, almost magically, the buildings were dismantled one weekend just before CNY and all that remained were masses of garbage strewn over the entire site. I’ve been watching in the mornings on my way to school. First, a few older men were there, picking out ...
... some photos with giggly Chinese people (standard) and I've definitely got the hang of where places are now.
That evening, me along with the other foreign teachers at Dao Ming (Catherine, Andreas, Mikkel) had been invited to dinner with one of my Grade 4 student's parents. It was a really nice evening; her mum is such a good cook, we had some really delicious Chinese food, and I chatted to my student and played with their kitten. Great weekend - now into week 3!
... as well, and I've been sleeping too on particularly tiring days. During nap time, some of the students mop the floor. Saves on cleaners I guess. They also each have a plant to look after that they leave outside their classroom, which is a nice idea and gives them responsibility.
At the beginning of school, the end of a lesson, and the end of the day, the whole school blares out music. It's actually quite nice walking into school at the beginning of ...
... take some getting used to. We all loved the school as soon as we saw it though. There are 3000 people in the primary school, which is small for China! Our classes have 45 pupils each, and I teach 10 different classes - 450 names to remember! Not happening. There is a running track and basketball court, also palm trees in the grounds. The walkways between classes are all outdoors too which is really nice, it feels very open.The school is called Dao Ming Foreign ...
... and have been living here for 4 years. I admire them because they have a functional knowledge of Chinese which I know I will never have. We were chatting about things we find interesting here – lots of funny stories. I commented on the dressy clothes and shoes a lot of the women wear and they shared a word they’ve coined to describe it – prosti-chic, and that’s it! I can’t describe it but you can use your imaginations!