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... improvisation skills.
Contestant tells the panel what his/ her words are. "I am Mr Bean. I am standing at a railway station. Oh look it is a lemon. Hello little lemon what are you doing here. Why are you small and yellow? Oh look it is a chair. I will sit down (student falls to floor) Oh no I broke it. What a silly person I am".
Ten hours later, I was able to escape. This was supposed to be a two day job but unfortunately (very unfortunate I ...
... the route (litter etc), involved in organizing the event or something of comedic value (running past the beer station). For this our "friends" in the Changsha Hash brought with them massive blocks of ice about the size of a footrest. Moments later, I found myself exposing my read end to said block and downing a beer to the tune of the Australian drinking song. Even though I finished my beer in record time, Monkey (who was sat next to me) decided that I ...
... move which went down very well with a lot of the younger, female teachers. The 4 grade 2 classes made an effort with their clothing to, though not how I expected. Each grade 2 class were wearing a different form of tracksuit (except grade 2 class 4 who are a dormitory class and weren't able to get uniforms). Grade 2 class 1 had chosen Adidas tracksuits, red for girls and blue for boys. Their classroom was packed to the rafters. Chinese classes are ridiculously big compared to class ...
... 17.9200000762939px;">And so my story reaches Christmas Eve. Because I am a foreign teacher, my school allowed me the afternoon, Christmas Day and Boxing Day off but first I was asked to judge another competition. This time it was an English talent show. Students were selected from Every class and every grade and split into three categories Group 1 (Grades 1 and 2) Group 2 (Grades 3 and 4) and Group 3 (Grades 5 and 6). Each student had to prepare a mini speech about ...
... to me "Lao Shu (teacher) you sing you sing!". At first I didn't think anything of it but after my lesson Jenny (my Chinese friend at my school) to me that I had been invited by my students to sing with them on stage. Being a performing arts graduate (would have graduated in Carlisle last week if I weren't on the other side of the world :P) there was only ever going to be one answer to this request.
So the following day, my classes were cancelled so that I ...