Zhengzhou Jianguo Hotel
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... singing songs and playing games with the kids. Santa was even there! It's nice to celebrate the holiday here, but of course it's not the same as being at home with my family, with lots of snow outside and mom's Christmas cookies to eat. Wherever you are, however you celebrate, Merry Christmas everyone.
P.S. It may be a while before I write again, not until after my winter holiday, but I will have some good travel stories and photos to share! Happy new year 2015!
Over the past two week teachers have been busy preparing for the school wide Christmas party as well as a variety show. Finally after countless efforts, Christmas Eve came and went, leaving staff completely exhausted, and might I add only fours days of vacation time. Apparently this is better than last year, as they only got Christmas Day off, this year we get Christmas Day off as well as the Friday but had to make up for it the previous Saturday, which is another reason ...
... final performance. The students were great, haha, for a high school performance. The entire class had to participate, so there were obviously those who really couldn't sing but they gave it their all! They sang songs in both Chinese and English. Some really got into it, Nd it was a nice change of pace for a Monday :) I got videos of my classes. I'll post pics :) because I teach English I let them practicing ...
Fortunately, water was restored to the school and our apartments Thursday evening. Total time with out water - 4 days 6 hours. Although nothing was done in the end, there were talks between the Chinese Administration and our administration. When it was brought up that going that long without water was unacceptable and that school would have been cancelled the first day it was gone, the Chinese Admin laughed. Again, the standards of living here are nothing to that ...
... any one in China want to over throw the government?" ... The class was silent and for the first time, the student didn't say much, instead he sat back in his seat and muttered, "democracy will never work in a country with such a large population." I figured it was a good time to end the discussion. The water continues to be a problem although it is back on at the school, and it is obvious that the bathrooms have been cleaned. I heard also that the water place started charging ...