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... mountain”, although the teachers got pretty upset that they didn’t understand the “sininging I I ippie ippie I” bit. They said my teaching was too advanced for the school and they wouldn’t be needing me again even though I explained that “ippie I” just meant like “hooray!” oh dear… At the next school I spent about an hour listening to Mr Yang jabbering in chinese to the English teacher, ...
... br> The school facilitites:
There is a main building with all the sleeping rooms, translators office, medicine room, internet room and a little shop. There is another building for the training hall and one for the dining hall. In the middle there is a huge courtyard with lots of space for outside practice and also some "torture instruments".
At the moment there is still snow around and it is freezing ...
... understood and agreed that their bulldozer wouldn't pick up dirt before eight a.m. A happy ending.
But, two weeks later, due to other five a.m. construction noises, I endured four straight working days in which I was underslept and exhausted. Then, on Saturday, the bulldozer began at six a.m.
I rushed up to the construction site. The worker whom I'd had the agreement with shooed me away. I walked towards the construction company's office, which ...
... Mario Bros. - raised her hand and asked every Chinese student's favorite question: "Can you sing an English song for us?"
She may never know how close she came to having her foreign teacher, in a Hulk-like rage, pick her up and throw her out the fourth-story window.
But, I didn't do that. And so, I've been free to experience the other wonderful tastes of China. And I've saved the Szechuan meals for the weekends. I've enjoyed:
cooked pumpkin, orange and ...
We have met many many new people over the last few weeks, but have been spending more time with some than others.
The other day on the way to get some phone credit, Susie, Marce and I met Frankie and Apple. Frankie is British and teaches intensive ESL and Apple is Filipino and teaches Business Studies. Frankie and I have really hit it off and often continue drinking wine into the early hours of ...