The Residence On River's Edge
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... this from school on a Sunday, which is because of another strange thing the Chinese like to do. The National Day holiday will be next Wednesday-Friday, and then we will have the standard weekend off. However, to make the holiday a week long, we also get the following Monday and Tuesday off school. But to make up for these days, we have to do the Mondays classes by working this Sunday, and then the Tuesdays classes by working a weekend day after the festival. What a faff! Sheree ...
... was coming to an end. I know that I'm never going to forget my normal routine here, the getting up early, trying to get dressed in the dark, eating a massive breakfast, going to morning classes, enjoying the chicken that was served at lunch, going to buddy classes (trying to understand what subject that they were in), and then topping the day all off, getting to spend the rest of the night with the other students, hanging out outside. Friday was our ...
... Unfortunately, it was closed and in a state of disrepair. Tom was quickly on board and did his own search of where we could find Hello Kitty merchandise-a good man.
We found Hello Kitty everywhere, the fake market, Tianzifang, City Super, Super Brand Mall, Yu Yan gardens but we hit the jackpot at the Fuyou Merchandise market. A whole stall dedicated to Hello Kitty, and it looked like the real thing! In Shanghai, this is not always the case . I could detail ...
... area is really just a place for expats to have a taste of home, with overpriced European food and drinks. This is also where many of the embassies are. I was a little disappointed in this area, it seemed to be lacking the charm that many other part of Shanghai had. The redeeming aspect for me was that I was able to find some really beautiful ceramics bowls and spoons here - now I have to get them back to NZ in one piece. On our final full day ...
... None of us really quite knew what was expected of us last semester, but it looks as though that has changed for the better now. Everything is so much clearer now. Training ended early afternoon, so that we could all go home and plan and create our lessons ready for this week.
At the end of training, Ada informed a few of us that we would not have classes the following day. Most of us, including myself, would still have to go into our schools; but only to ...