Tianyang New Century International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... to order fried noodles on a paper which I showed to the lady I was ordering food from. I was really excited for the noodles I had ordered, But when they brought out my food i was disappointed to find that instead of delectably noodles, I got some kind of boiled dumplings with these little creature things in it that still had there eyes attached. So instead of enjoying a nice quite plate of fried noodles, I had to guiltily choke down little ...
... Throwing on my best top and dark jeans I try to ignore the fact that no matter how well I try and dress it will pail in comparison to the Chinese teachers Slacks, button up shirts ,and blazers.
Kindergarten starts at 8:20 but I need to be there at 8. Usually around 8:05 35 overly hyper 3-5 year olds come barging into class. After dividing up the kids into smaller groups of 6 or 7 kids I grab a group and ...
... school of people. lol
5. Teaching Chinese kids. All I can say is that I wish I had of brought more duct tape. I can think of at least one good use for it.
6. no circus peanuts.
7. 30 hour hard seat train rides. sleepers are much better.
8. there is no 3 sec rule here. If something falls on the ground even if it is in a wrapper it is done for. Although, the other day I did drop my last Oreo Cakester on ...
... least 30 people) was concerned at the unhuman growlings of my poor stomach not accustomed to a diet that consists 80% of rice. Back at the school I was the envy of all of the American teachers. Unremorsefully, I watched as they headed to the school canteen for yet another meal of rice, vegetables, and mystery meat. I chuckled to myself and started making my spaghetti. 5 tomatoes, an onion, a small ...
... separate room. I do like not having to fight over the scant amounts of water they give us each day to take a shower with .
One thing that I have learned about the Chinese is that they don't like to waste anything here. I sadly found this out at lunch one day. After refusing a side order of chicken feet and pig intestines earlier in the week I kept finding ground up ...