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... 8217;t even make it down the steps without breaking a sweat.
The other Monday, a friend of a friend celebrated their birthday at a KTV. And for the first time at KTV, I was the only white person in attendance. The setting, however, was calmer than my other nights, but was still just as comfortable as I didn’t drink or stuff myself with any of the junk food offered.
One of the girls made a rainbow cake that was reminiscent of ...
... and having to find the food. They absolutely loved it! We're working on a class caterpillar now with segments for the days of the week, to hopefully stick up in the classroom.
Cycling continues to frustrate me. The other day there was a tuk-tuk, just sitting bang in the middle of a busy road, and even facing the wrong way! Cars use their horn randomly when there is no need, and then don’t use it when they really should. Also sometimes cars slow down just ...
April 5 is Qingmen festival day, and a public holiday, so we had a rare Sunday off.
I went across to Foshan with another NZ teacher who lives in NanGuoAoYuan (my complex) and we met up with David, who I taught with in Xi'an.
Zumiao Temple is an old temple by Guangdong standards, and was very impressive. Because it was Qingmen festival day, there were dragon dances and we happened to be there in time to see ...
... knots. There, we were educated in a number of things. There was a bit more singing and chanting than what I’d prefer, but, a free seminar is a free seminar.
Afterwards, after the tea, the same people then turned our attention to traditional Chinese knots. Chinese knots are what I’d describe as ornaments composed mainly of red string and assorted beads. Perhaps not as interesting as the tea, it was however nice to work with your hands. I myself could not ...
... but here, big eyes and smiles is what you can expect, Europeans never come here, so everybody stares! We headed to a Japanese restaurant where we took full advantage of the wifi, facetiming caitlin, twice! Dinner was delicious and the waitresses were hilariously adorable, using their best english.
After dinner we journeyed further into town towards the market, scary foods, more giggling chinese, gorgeous clothes, unless ...