Xin Kai Lai Hotel
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... s the same but for the senior
years… s very interesting to watch although they do it all day, starting from
early morning to 6 or 7 at night. One of the teachers asked if we did anything
like that in Australia… i laughed and said no. I can’t exactly picture any one at
our school doing it either.
Other than this we haven’t done this past few days… in
between “greeting” times we mainly just hang out in the apartment. ...
... he was a bit disappointed in our level of mandarin when he asked Alina (she translated for us) how we buy things for the shops and laughed when we replied with just by mainly pointing at things. He was also very surprised that we went into Weifang without a translator. It was now 8:15 and it looked like this guy was going nowhere, when there was another knock at the door. It was Alinas friend come to fix the air-conditioning… at 8:15pm. To make ...
... people!! I didn’t
really miss the city side of Beijing but the busyness was a nice change. As there
was no real reason for going to Weifang we really just had a quick look around
one of the big malls and then caught the bus home again. Once we pulled into
town though it started bucketing down with rain and of course none of brought
an umbrella with us. So running off the bus we were stuck for ideas ...
... of the challenges as well as success stories that I have had thus far. I would like to begin by giving a quick run down on my teaching experiences prior to coming to China. In 2012 I had taught for a year in Vietnam. Whilst working in Vietnam, I taught students of various ages these varied from 1st graders right up to teaching adults business English. Once I had completed this year I then decided to go back home to South ...
... 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 ...