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... what my stay in China has been like. Starting with my mirror, I ended up taking a cab home because I wanted to be extra careful not breaking it. Well, as luck would have it, I opened the packaging only to find my efforts wasted. My mirror was cut in two and rather than **** and moan about the thing, I actually smiled asking myself, should have I expected anything else. And with the shelving, the bars that are meant to hold the stand were meant to be screwed in. So, ...
... transfer to two other buses to get to my trusted number 01 line. Once on the bus, by osmosis, everyone was committed to my cause and get me to the number 01 line. It felt communal as every passenger, old and young, and even the bus driver himself, made an effort to get me to the right bus stop. Even better, since most of the passengers did not speak a word of English, with exception of this one blessed girl, the rest of the bus communicated to me either by hand signals ...
... with nun-chucks that would rival Jet Li if either of them sparred.
After the ceremony, we were invited to play what I think was the Chinese version of basketball. Here, the women held out a net, about one square meter, and the boys had to throw a ball into that net backwards. We, the boys and women holding the net, were separated by a distance of give or take 20 meters. It sounds strange, but the game made for some good fun.
Finally, the highlight of ...
... else before I move are my teacher assistants, Chinese
teachers who aid me in translation and other matters in class. They have been
my protectors of chaos. Even more so, I’ve been extremely fortunate in that all
my teacher assistants have been hands on and when class gets out of hand, they
are quick to calm the storm. Without them I’d be a lost soul where the kids might
literary kill one another.
If there ...
... first week alone, I’ve eaten more greens here than I have this remaining past year. Additionally, it is customary plenty of noodles to be served at each sitting along with strange meats I have no way of citing due to the fact I’ve never seen such cuts before. Surprisingly, I thought I’d see more rice here, but really not so much.
Finally, an update on chopsticks, the custom of using these traditional sticks to eat is still a dreadful experience for ...