Zhonghui Zhiyuan Hotel
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... Su Laoshi for teaching me bus stop! Mike relieved to find me safely with the bus but heartbroken that the ice cold Diet Coke he had managed to procure for me from the cafe I couldn't find had succumbed to the 36 degree heat. Have asked Mike not to lose me again! Government silk factor interesting but not as good as the rickshaw ride through the old streets. Mike a bit wary and feeling guilty ...
... to convey our concern to the front desk brought us a great deal of enjoyment.
We enjoyed our last dinner at the hotel in Kunshan (no dumplings though :( )
Our Chinese friends took us to a rock music club to celebrate our last night.
It was really empty when we got there at 7:30, but after about half an hour it was packed.
The band went on at 9:30 and the singer joked about never performing for this many foreigners.
Two more teaching days!
Today was our day where the teachers had to take what they've learned and apply it to their classrooms.
We modelled a literacy lesson in the morning, and they had the whole afternoon to develop their own lesson using our strategies and their textbook.
It went really well.
After school, we had an early dinner as we had to prepare for our gala celebration in the evening.
The real estate company that sponsors the ...
... on the sides to indicate where you should put your feet. And then you squat. Now don't get me wrong, I am all about squatting, even in western toilets, but the problem is being the lack of splashguards. Do all Chinese people have fecal covered ankles? Plus, there is NEVER any toilet paper or soap to speak of. That one speaks for itself. Needless to say, I was going through antibacterial like it was water, now having to wash my hands and legs!
Back to our lunch… ...
... the past 50 years, but the young people are very aware that life could be better and eventually they will have their say.
I’m very impressed with the Chinese people we met, they are coping with a changing culture, but still cling to some traditional beliefs – family unity and education are both strong values in most people’s lives. China is a place in flux and I wish for all my friends that they see positive changes and enjoy happy, healthy ...