Royal Garden Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... notes or coins which you could only get from a ticket machine. After a complicated time with taxi drivers we ended up by the Tencent building which deals with QQ and Wechat (Chinese social media) and met my friend for lunch. My friend Amanda (previously known as Virginia) I met in 2006 when we participated in exchange trips between our schools. She came to live with my family for 2 weeks and then I went to visit her which sparked my interest in China. It was so good to ...
It's almost the end of March, but none of us seem to be experiencing spring-like weather. The pictures and accounts of the amount of snow at home are incredible. Here we’ve moved from "winter" to “summer” with increased humidity and rising temperatures. It’s not “stinkin’ hot” yet but everything is damp, even wet with humidity. The stairs at school are slick, the salt in the shaker is a mush and ...
... some photos with giggly Chinese people (standard) and I've definitely got the hang of where places are now.
That evening, me along with the other foreign teachers at Dao Ming (Catherine, Andreas, Mikkel) had been invited to dinner with one of my Grade 4 student's parents. It was a really nice evening; her mum is such a good cook, we had some really delicious Chinese food, and I chatted to my student and played with their kitten. Great weekend - now into week 3!
... children really like foreign teachers, because we do games and activities in our lessons so I think they look forward to English classes. All day I hear excited 'Hello!'s from pretty much every student I pass. My lessons last week all went really well so I was relieved! Some classes are noisy but not badly behaved at all, and if students can see that I want to speak then they tell others to be quiet.
After Tuesday (which is the day I have grade 1s), ...
... Once they get to middle school they are always, always working; every day until late, even at weekends. No wonder they're all so clever! It's nice to see the younger kids just being kids - playing on the streets, being out and about, making the most of their childhood before the hard work starts.
Early night that night, because of an early start on Monday and the beginning of our first week at Dao Ming. Exciting and nervewreaking... the first week felt like ...