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... also find meat, fresh fish (so fresh it is still alive), eggs, flour products (noodles, pancakes), snacks, sushi, sauces, … so many good things at this market.
Arrived there to find it was closed. No problem, quite a few street vendors sell in front of the market, especially the South West entry. Walked over and saw quite a big display from one guy, but only fruit. OK, I’ll buy some fruit. ...
I went to church with my friend Phil today. And no, it was not in Chinese, the service was in English :P Today I realized how much I've gotten used to hearing the people around me talk only in Chinese. Just as we walked in for the service, I heard a guy talking to his son in English and it threw me off for a second. It sounded so weird to hear someone who wasn't one of my friends, speak perfect English!
Overall, it was pretty good. I loved it because I got to see and meet ...
... studying to be teachers of Chinese at my school, we spend about 2 hours together and they teach me Chinese for an hour and then I talk with them, individually, for an hour in English, the things that they need help with is pronunciation and word stress, if you look in a linguistics book it's not hard to teach. You need the phonetic alphabet and a fair understanding of syllables. It's very unlikely that your grammar is better than theirs, so focus ...
... made the "longest canal or artificial river in the world", the Grand Canal (京杭大运 7;), also known as the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. And although parts of it have disappeared, sections are still seriously in use today and some projects have been started to increase its usefulness.
You can read an article about it at ...
I have now finished my first week
of classes here and let me tell you, learning Chinese in China is quite the
experience. I’m taking Intensive reading, Extensive reading, Conversation, and
Listening classes. As I said in the last post, the whole time leading up to
this trip, I was under the impression that classes would be taught in English,
but no. ALL of the classes are taught in Chinese. From what I hear from some of
my friends in the beginner level, ...