Travel Blogs from Qingdao
... As a businessman himself, Matthew was only doing what he thought was normal.
Today marks the beginning of my last week in China. It's hard to believe that it's almost over and there are still some things I have to do before I go! I still have class which is a drag but as far as I'm concerned that's taking a back seat to other priorities (sorry mom and dad).
That's all for now.
I am not one to normally watch men's basketball. For me, the NBA is filled with arrogant men who are so evenly matched in play that they only play very well in the last 4-5 minutes of a game. Until that point, the ball is simply passed back and forth down the court for players to show "style", raise the score a bit, and fill the time. When the game nears the end, they suddenly remember that they really should win ...
ok, this just happened! The wife and I were walking back home from a late night dinner, when out of nowhere a police car crashes into the center divider! I'm not talking a little crash; I'm talking about the dude leaving his foot on the gas kind of crash. I stood there shocked while the wifey, being the true asian she is, started taking pictures! see for yourself =^_^=
There was no other cars around. The only thing that came to mind was the ******* was drunk.
Hey beautiful people!
Nothing really going on in China. The weather is very nice; very autumn. Showed the students of my school how to make jack-o-lanterns. The pumpkins are tiny here. Work is going well; easiest job ever!
... verlassen fast fluchtartig das Fest. Sämtliche Dekorationen, vor allem draußen, werden unmittelbar nachdem das Brautpaar sich nach drinnen begeben hat, weggeschafft. Was du heute kannst besorgen, das verschiebe nicht auf morgen.
Ansonsten hatte ich das Vergnügen, mir sogar schon zweimal ein Fußballspiel der Mannschaft von Qingdao im eigenen Stadion anzuschauen. Anscheinend spielt Qingdao Jonoon in der obersten chinesischen Liga mit. Sogar mein ...