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... happened again and Olivia was right.
A second later, Caitlin came running down the hallway laughing about that there was pee on the floor in her and Shari's classroom. My professor ran out of the room to talk with the other professors about what was happening.
Our professor came back to our classroom. She explained that the creepy guy who was in our class yesterday actually hid in another classroom yesterday. One of the cleaning ...
... that I became friends with her. So sad that she is returning to Santa Clara next semester.
Later, we returned to the basement lounge in our building to work on our finals. I studied Chinese for a bit. Then, I returned to my room.
I decided to knock on Katherine's door since I was bored. She was just chilling there. We talked and I went to the kitchen with her. She was making pasta.
We talked before I had to go off to see Bill at ...
... So far we get along very well and hung out for a long time. She helped me buy clothes hangers, tissues, and liquid hand soap (which is very uncommon in China) at the grocery store. She and I will meet at least once a week to work on my Chinese.
The streets of Beijing are covered in spit. It's very common to spit anywhere at any time here. According to my language partner, many Chinese people do not like this practice. ...
... O'Dowd and also our host agency, CAECEC. The main message of IvyMax (as their name implies) is that they will "guarantee" that your student will be accepted to an Ivy League school. The crests of these schools (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, etc.) adorn the ceilings and walls. Of course, this isn't true but it's amazing what the power of propaganda combined with almost desperate hope can do. Naturally, since it's the best agency in China, and the most expensive, we meet ...
... her English name is Linda. She just graduated from high school and is going to college to study Chinese-English translation.
The very first tomb that we visited was Changling. All of us waited outside while Wei Laoshi bought all of our entrance tickets. When we get inside the "tomb," we soon find out that we can't actually go into the tomb at Changling.
Instead, it's more like a little museum explaining ...