Travel Blogs from Shishi
... storm on Saturday night there was another banquet for the whole Foreign Language school. It was not a very full room because none of the teachers and staff from off campus could make it in due to the storm. The food was fairly exotic again. Pig Leg soup(there’s a pun about pirates somewhere), braised duck with ginger bits (no bones removed), cooked squid, a type of river fish, cooked shrimp (not de-veined or shucked with heads ...
... the campus diorama rather than let it be 3 years behind. After the tour we were treated to a small banquet at the school tourism restaurant. It was a meal of about 7 courses and I was very grateful that they gave us the option of a knife and fork because giant prawns and whole baked fish are distinctly difficult to eat with chopsticks. There was wine and a lot of toasting and at the end we went home with gifts for the mid-autumn festival. Like ...
... of mine but I was under the impression that they'd be more readily available here. Partly because they are so often made of bamboo... Maybe? I don't know but I'm having to settle between a wooden ruler and a collapsible device used for hanging clothes up on the really high drying rack on the ceiling of our balcony. Even Trevor has to stretch to put stuff up there. Ok. Really odd fact 4. The Chinese do NOT believe in taking any medicine for pain. No Tylenol, no ...
... I had taken a walk just outside of the university - out by the south gate, and walked down a little strip of shops. We had seen a bed store where a small family builds beds. There was a large roll of this white foam bed topping material. So today, when Trevor told me our hateful bed had hurt him, I said that as soon as I got paid, I'd go get that roll. So Rebecca and I walked to that bed store at 11am. While on our way out, we asked Mrs. Huang, the building ...
9/6/2013 Classes started on Wednesday and it has been a pretty good start overall. I have met with 3 of my 8 classes so far. These have been Sophomores so far so this is their last semester of required English. My freshmen will not meet until the 4th week of classes because they are all taking part in a military service training that is required before they can begin regular school. I’ve seen them out on the track field practicing marching and doing ...
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