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... Thanksgiving, but the teachers had meetings. It ended up being a very productive, good day. After the staff meetings, my cooperating teacher and I worked on details for the upcoming Christmas program. Later that evening there was a Thanksgiving dinner at the school. It was attended by staff and their families. It wasn't exactly like Baneck-cooked Thanksgiving dinner, but it was good ...
... watching... in a tea house that was built in 1784!!! Such history that we are now surrounded by!
-The Bund- This area overlooks the Huangpu River, separating 'old' Shanghai city (where we are and have traveled thus far) by 'new' Shanghai. Crazy the difference in architecture!
Our Observations Thus Far:
- If there was an Olympic Sport for Spitting, China would ...
... booked a soft sleeper, which is the best class. It was great! There were only 4 beds in a compartment, and the beds were really good. And what the best part, there was a door to lock the compartment from the aisle, all the people, the noise and the lights. There were also small tvs with every bed, but unfortunately they were out of order. So when I got to Shanghai, the first thing I visited was Qibao, a small village with ...
Sometimes there's nothing quite like watching the world fly by from the window of a train. On Wednesday, we made our way from Nanjing to Shanghai on the fastest train China has to offer that happens to reach up to 200 km/hour! Pretty awesome, I know, but sometimes the view from the window is incredibly saddening. I know this may sound silly too, but when Mad World by Gary Jules came on as I was watching the ...
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