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... the kids. Trying to get a troupe of teachers ( that don't speak a word of English ) and a handful of 2 year olds (that haven't spoken a word of Chinese but are bawling their eyes out) to perform a basic instruction, like...Hmm......say, make a circle! It's a domino effect, one starts and the then the rest start welling up. Before you turn your back the tykes are trying escape routes. Open windows and front doors, failing that, tantrums and screaming or hysterical choking are plan ...
In this last workweek, I wrapped up most things:
I heavily got into the MYOB inventory program, in which I entered clients for the cosmetics, all the inventory in stock and the designs for the Eternity invoice and sales forms. Additionally, I wrapped up the sales with my clients after explaining I would be going back to the Netherlands, and the ...
... I said yes.
Later that night, I recieved a call from my contact teacher Mary. “Laila do you have friends?” “Yes, I have some friends, yes.” “Okay, so maybe tomorrow for lunch you bring
your friends to the school and Mr. Chen will have lunch with you.” “Oh, okay thanks! Thanks, I will see you
Surprised, I hung up the phone
and then asked some of my friends to join for lunch. I had ...
... The acoustics were much better than the concert in Yuhuan, but it was difficult to play because it was freezing cold. Our soloist was not able to play one of the pieces because his fingers were too cold. Nevertheless, our audience was great. They loved to clap along with our songs and they cheered especially loud when our American singers sang in Chinese along with our Chinese singers. It was a really good concert.
From: Kevin Trehearn
Sent: 18 January 2007 11:50
To: Kevin & Tracie Trehearn
Subject: RE: 2nd attempt
Please, please, please you no pick me up. We have already paid for taxi and it is a total waste - especially since I'll sleep all the way home!
Besides, will be unfair on Paul to ...