Quanji Hotel Hangzhou Xihu Jiefang Road
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... answers to possible questions. The problem is their English level is low, their answers are so scripted, and they feel enormous pressure to pass these interviews. It was so boring for them spending hours each day memorising these dozen or so answers about their family and schooling experiences, and English books they had read. I actually fell asleep briefly in one of the private lessons while she was reciting, I was trying my hardest ...
... good chat with Kimi. You have to watch out for people sparking conversation as there are quite a lot of scams in china which can cost you a huge amount of money, but these guys seemed legit. Kimi taught me some Chinese and I helped him improve his English. They both grew up and worked in Hangzhou. At the end of the causeway we reached the Evening sunlight at Thunder Peak Pagoda and decided to go in for closer views of the Lake and also the mountains to the side. ...
... room. We went to the night market, but that was just a bunch of people like sardines among random tables of stuff, so we haven't gone back there. There is another market that is open during the day with a bunch of booths and things that we've been to a couple times that was pretty fun.
The weekend trips to Shanghai and Beijing were the best parts of the trip by far. Walking/hiking the Great Wall was an absolutely amazing experience.
... like bed sheets, a kettle and other bits and pieces. It was quite a saga shopping for things that have no English labels and conversations with the staff would often at times end up with them trying not to laugh at my obviously poorly spoken Chinese. They are very patient though. I managed to get most things, except finding a bed sheet was proving difficult, as was a bath towel. The supermarkets seemed to have hundreds of hand towels, but no ...
... her my letter of admission which required me to be registered on this day. She was lovely actually and got me to fill in a form and gave me her contact details. From what I can gather it is all rather laid back, she said to get my work timetable first and we will work my classes around it. All good.
Afterwards I walked (never a good idea in such extreme heat and humidity) to my company to say hi and find out my working details. It ...
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