Orient Sunseed Hotel (Shenzhen Airport)
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... Chinese breakfast in the cafeteria, taught 4 classes back to back (two 1st grade and two 4th grade classes), and had lunch in the cafeteria. At 2:45 (after my usual nap), I taught 2 classes (6th grade and 1st grade). I didn't have to tutor Tommy and William, but I still went to the elder couple's house for dinner around 5:30 (since they insisted). Around 8, I went back home for the ...
... people have chosen to share with you. The bias exists not only in their selection of images, but in your own memory. It is only after really experiencing a city that you're able to create your own fictional picture.
For us, the fiction is more than we expected and less than we expected. More because of the cosmopolitan nature. Less due to the extreme density ...
... car down. The views we had on the way up earlier were amazing and now on the way back down with the sun setting the colours in the sky were incredible.
That night we went in search of the restaurant “Modern Toilet” as from what we’d heard about it we thought that it would make for an interesting eating experience! We followed the directions for the address and eventually found a closed down lot in a small shopping ...
... of China’s political, economic and social clout on the world stage. In only 30 minutes, we would have the chance to see if this pipe dream was becoming a reality:
Could there be any better time for a Cultural Exchange between our two countries?
The meeting adjourned with Lily’s token phrase: “O.k. we go now!”
We had 7 Yucai schools to visit in only two hours worth of time. Our first stop was Yucai Secondary School #2, our second ...
... wives would shop twice a day at the markets for the freshest fish.
After browsing through the village amongst the locals jostling through on push bikes with their baskets full.we headed back to Ngong Ping Village and on to the Po Lin Monastery.
Immediately at the entrance we were hit with the pungent aroma of incense burning.
Following that we snacked on some ...