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... it at night to watch the sunrise. After
looking at photos and thinking about hostels and things like that we decided
that we would climb it at night so that we wouldn’t have to worry about a
hostel or anything like that. So, to prevent myself from freezing to death at
the top I went out and bought myself a fancy waterproof jacket. Its electric
blue, very comfortable and only cost me 160 yuan ...
... video which is even
better. I downloaded one off you tube that has a cartoon hippo and dog singing
and dancing and the kids – especially the boys – love it. The boys always try
and copy the dance moves which I don’t mind as long as they sing the song. By
this point I have about 5minutes left of the lesson so I play Pictionary with
animals which is always fun.
When I first started planning this lesson ...
When I say “Halloween” lunch I am unfortunately not referring
to a lunch themed “Halloween” I am in fact referring to the scary and kind of
gross lunch that we injured on Saturday. This story actually begins last
weekend while I was a kite museum. As Adrian had class in the afternoon and
didn’t want to go to the kite museum we decided to just meet up in Weifang, so
that meant catching the bus separately. Now as a foreigner, if ...
My name is Wayne Clough, I am a 25 year old male from South Africa currently residing in China. I have decided to create this blog for various reasons, first and foremost is to keep my family back home updated on my time here in China. Secondly to inform potential future teachers on what living and working in China is like from my personal experiences. So as I am coming to the end of my first year here in China, I would like to ...
... city, had several European concessions and is the site of China's oldest brewery. The drive to Binzhou from Beijing is 4-5 hours and goes through Hebei province, the location of a lot of manufacturing. The day we left Beijing was pretty bad for smog, and it didn't really improve as we left. Binzhou is a city of only 400-500 000. Though apparently the birthplace of Sun Tzu (author ...