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After a morning in the office catching up with the team we headed off for Shanghai domestic airport to fly to the city of Zhengzhou which is to the west of Beijing about an hour and a half away. We were going there to visit a supplier who we have been making contact with over the last six months to see if we can find components we could source. The …
... young at the moment. It would be okay if the rest of the family went with her or at least her mother. It is very hard as they really want their children to do well in school.
Kesa, one of the Chinese teachers, went for a test to try to get a job in the public school system. She had to present a lesson in front of a panel where she was both the teacher and the pupil. I don't know how that works but she did it and got quite a high score. Now she has to wait to see ...
... has to go to work. They are rostered on occasionally so there is a teacher at the school, at all times and it just happens to be Livias turn today. We will go on Tuesday. I think after this visit I will be able to go by myself as I will get the same guy to cut it as before then he should remember what to do.
I had some more street food last night. They call it a pie. It is like a stuffed pizza pocket but it is enclosed. I was lucky, as I said chicken and ...
Then I had to walk across the Square to Jin Juan, the school where I will do most of my teaching from now on. I had to stop half way and take a photo of the people still doing their morning exercise - ballroom dancing in the park in the snow. They have to be keen.
I went out to lunch with a couple of the girls and the snow was still falling lightly. This won't impress the Canadians but the Aussies will, think that the snow is pretty ...
... English and for the kids to repeat and follow. This all went haywire as the person giving the demonstration just started and gave the instructions in Chinese. The kids enjoyed it but I am still wondering what it had to do with English. The best bit was the fact that I learnt how to make sushi - or a kids version of it anyway.I have never made it before or seen it made. It is a bit like spring rolls, you only put in what you like.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMudu Lee Royal International Hotel Luoyang
Fabulous rooms and great breakfast could use better wifi
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