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Travel Blogs from Yunfu
... of energy Taoists believe flows through the universe. Harmony is crucial to this concept and manifested in the symmetrical spacing of the houses that appear to expand out from the village centre toward the edge of town.
... of the world the old has given way to the new and including the Daoist concept of feng shui into the present and future construction of mega cities has been pretty much forgotten. But found outside Zhaoqing city the historic gems of Licha and Xiangang are ...
... enjoyed it, and then Daniel and I made the decision to come to his school to teach this term, and what an amazing 5 months it has been.
Daniel and I have literally spent every day together since December, due to work, and the fact that there are literally no foreigners here, and also because we just get on so well. As cheesy as this all may sound, I am going to be a mess when it comes to leaving next week!
I just know, however, it will only be goodbye for now..
... every single student is alert and paying attention to what is going around them.
There are a lot of useful games that you can play, and most of them can be adapted to levels (apart from hangman, as older students HATE it!)
Being a teacher in China has definitely taught me a lot about the differences between schools in the UK and schools here; discipline, learning styles and the students in general. In my opinion, UK schools have a lot to learn in regards to studying ...
... the 'soft sleeper' cabin I had once on a train. this however, was still rock solid. Their pillows also seem to have one side with some strange sort of beading inside, like soft (ish) balls inside, and the other has lots of ridges. I did however find a very cheap pillow which is bouncy just like ones at home!
Don't get me wrong during this paragraph- I like Chinese people. I am in their country, and I respect everything about their ways and cultures. HOWEVER, It ...