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On the morning of my last full day in China I cant help but thinking back on my time in China and on how much I've learned while I have been here. I still remember the first time I tried to buy something using Chinese money. It was on the way home from the airport. Crammed into a minivan with nine other people, with all of our luggage piled on top of us, it soon became imperative that we stop for some water. Pulling over at one of the dirtiest ...
... to keep a group of 3 year olds entertained for 20 minuets.
I debate going to the canteen for breakfast. Even as i debate I know I will not be going down to breakfast. Sometimes it is better to just starve then eat the same rolls and eggs every day. Instead of eating, I quickly scan my closet searching for clothes to teach in for the day. All I find are the same 4 outfits that I have been wearing for the last ...
... English then they are talking to you.
6. Fried dumplings. Delicious!!
7. Typo-T-Shirts. My favorite one: Don't hort the elephants theyter your freinds.
8. Cheap prices. In the last 2 and a half weeks i haven't even spent 20$
9. Guys in suits ridding Beat up Bikes. Nothing makes me laugh more then seeing a guy in a nice suit or a girl in high heals peddling down the road on a 50 year old ...
... cow they had hanging from the ceiling. I ended up passing on the beef. Not only was I confused as to how to order the meat (I didn't want to end up with an entire cow leg) but I must confess I was sort of turned off of the whole meat idea when I had to walk through bins of un-refrigerated livers , hearts, and intestines to get to the warm hanging slabs of meat.
Undaunted I instead headed to the ...
... separate room. I do like not having to fight over the scant amounts of water they give us each day to take a shower with .
One thing that I have learned about the Chinese is that they don't like to waste anything here. I sadly found this out at lunch one day. After refusing a side order of chicken feet and pig intestines earlier in the week I kept finding ground up ...