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... up in traditional Chinese clothes and have your photo taken. There were people queuing for it, but all Chinese. We found it quite strange, but I guess it's a sign of the times; there are more people in juicy track suits than in Chinese dresses! When we came out of the museum, we went into the shopping mall, (which was huge!!) there was a fashion show going on- I think it was all about duck feathers but can't be certain. As soon as you walk into one of the shops, the staff are ...
... no taps, just bottled or mixers to drink. Tables set up, then through a room was a pool table, then a sofa, and then the toilet in the back that had a frog hopping around inside as it was next to the outside. - set firecrackers and fireworks off right outside the entrance to celebrate, bits of debris flying in and hitting our legs! - realised we were next to a river, as lots of non-Chinese men were coming in and ...
Ni hao! (Or "Hello!") I realise that the last time I blogged was after the crazy birthday weekend in Shanghai, but time just seems to be flying by at a ridiculous speed! So I feel its time to give a little update on life as a ChongMinger so far... Well firstly, it seems that I have almost got used to people hawking their guts up every 5 seconds when walking down the street. However, I am still getting used to people staring and exclaiming "Meigguoren!" (Meaning "American!") when ...
... out on a 22 C day in
bright sun with a parka on. Different strokes for different folks. One
interesting grandfather there with his family, took off his shoes, left his
winter jacket on and laid on their blanket on the grass and went to sleep....
well he tried. His grandson saw him as Mt. Everest and continued to climb over
him, until Grandma took the young boy for a walk.
All in all a relaxing day at the park
. Happy Sunday!
... me about me doing teaching) 8. ROOM 6: Had to go behind curtain and had an ultrasound exam on my stomach. I didn't like the feeling of being pressed, had to take a deep breath and hold my breath which I found difficult because it was uncomfortable! (Met a boy from Holland whilst waiting for this room, who lives in Guangzhou working as an engineer.) 9. ROOM 7: Went back to first room, and changed back into my clothes from the locker. Had to put shoe covers and robe into ...