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It's almost the end of March, but none of us seem to be experiencing spring-like weather. The pictures and accounts of the amount of snow at home are incredible. Here we’ve moved from "winter" to “summer” with increased humidity and rising temperatures. It’s not “stinkin’ hot” yet but everything is damp, even wet with humidity. The stairs at school are slick, the salt in the shaker is a mush and ...
... other in the crowds. Sometimes all you could do was put your hands up to surrender and let them soak you until their water ran out. The funny thing was that some of the Chinese people in this water fight were practically dry - we were soaked through!! The gangs were definitely targeting people and we were a pretty obvious target, being the only white people there! Everyone had their phones out videoing us and taking pictures, we will no doubt be all over WeChat ...
... I found practically inedible, but down here it was really really tasty (I actually missed the Chinese breakfast over this weekend!). Every day they have these steamed buns called baoze (not sure if that's the right pinyin spelling), which I love so much. Each day of the week I have 4 classes to teach, plus on Monday I have an extra class called VIP class, with the 20 students who are best at English in the year. It's a pretty long day, but teaching is really ...
... Once they get to middle school they are always, always working; every day until late, even at weekends. No wonder they're all so clever! It's nice to see the younger kids just being kids - playing on the streets, being out and about, making the most of their childhood before the hard work starts.
Early night that night, because of an early start on Monday and the beginning of our first week at Dao Ming. Exciting and nervewreaking... the first week felt like ...
... daily bus rides to the gym with his 12-13YO class. He noticed 2 of the boys were staring at their laps, usually a sign that they were on their phones (not allowed) so he quietly went back and asked for the phone. I don’t know who was more surprised, the boys or him, but they were looking at porn pictures! Although the boy pleaded with Tim not to turn him in, Tim passed everything over to the VP and very glad he didn’t have to deal with ...