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The past week has been a completely different experience because of one thing...I'm now with my white friends. "Gosh Tom that's so racist!" ********. Ask any white (or black) person in China and they'll tell you how things are. If you're white and love attention, come to China!
Now last Friday my cousin took me to this bar district in Beijing called Houhai, nothing happened. I went back a few ...
... speakers and learning from my mistakes. Bargaining is also amazing and something we can almost never do in America- it's so fun to have a say in how much something is. It should be like this everywhere! The smog is not near as bad as anyone expected and no one really even notices. Everything here is either ancient or very modern. I'm sure Shenyang and Shanghai meets this cities high standards.
Beijing has been so much fun! Yesterday we walked up the Great ...
... and it was my tutor Jacky.
Jacky was buying noodles and buns. I asked him when he was returning home for the holiday. He said that he was taking the train tonight.
I walked back to campus quickly to do some homework.
An hour later, I ate at Asian Fusion outside of west gate. The pork wontons were hot and good! It costed me less than three dollars. That was a lot cheaper than I would pay back in the US. The soup was bland, but I did not ...
Najung and I got a late start today. Everyone decided to do his/her own thing, so she and I had a leisurely morning just sleeping in, doing laundry, and completing the readings for class tomorrow. Then, around 11:30, after doing some research on the best shopping locations, we headed out for the day.
I am proud to say that this is the first time I've traveled around Beijing without being accompanied by someone who knows Chinese. Najung and I were both on our own, but ...
... system, and kids got dressed up as did I. I never expected that Beijing would make much of this holiday of sorts. And they don't. There isn't the glut of costumes and Halloween candy on display, but it exists. So when my friend and fellow teacher Richard and I decided to stage a Halloween dance party at our school, we were not aware of the challenges that lay ahead. Of course when I taught at San Fernando Middle School in Los Angeles ...