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... won’t repeat. School closures here are rare, but happen occasionally during the typhoon season. They also lost the power at school one day last spring and had to bus the whole school to the science museum in another part of the city that still had power and AC – too hot to be without AC.
The American Thanksgiving was celebrated at school on Thursday and, since most of the teachers are American, it was a ...
On paper, it was a short week at school with our 2 PD days in Shekou on Monday and Tuesday, but, in reality, it was a loong week. Although the topic, project based learning, is what we've been doing at home for years, the sessions were somewhat useful because we had time to plan a unit of study we will be using. Since we have to plan, teach, evaluate and show mastery of the unit outcomes every 3 weeks for units, the planning time was most welcome. Shekou has a ...
We had the most amazing day in Shunde today! Today we headed out to the local university around their lunch time and spent a couple of hours chatting with the students, helping them with English, sharing the good news of the gospel with them and inviting them out to the final meeting we were holding tonight and also inviting them to the free English classes which are held weekly at ...
... whatsoever. The Chinese are quite a friendly, yet timid race with soft hearts. We were met at the station gates by Pastor Hutchinson who took us to our hotel- a very beautiful hotel right in the centre of Shunde. A 10 minute walk to the church, market place and local shops. We were treated to a fantastic lunch at a traditional Chinese restaurant where we were exposed to some "interesting" foods. This evening before church we spent an hour walking the main shopping strip ...
... for Winter Festival (aka Christmas), with lots of different activities: concert, fair and Angels of Hope. One of the things that bothers me sometimes about living here is that there is no sense of community – I guess it’s a combination of large city mentality and Chinese culture. Hopefully, Christmas activities will bring us all a little closer together.
So... the big weekend. Tim had booked a driver to take us to border crossing ...