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... again, and we ate THE BEST dim sum. It was perfect. The tea was sweet, the dumplings were big, the lai wong bao were liquid. I would go through the hassle of visiting China again just to eat there. And it was so cheap.
After that we walked back to the subway. Shenzhen seemed lovely, perhaps the sunny weather helped, but the streets were spacious, the buildings sensibly sized, and there were plants around. We headed back to Lo Wu - Luo Hu in China - which seemed ...
... can take days to dry. What to do? Well, almost magically in the stores, little dehumidifiers have appeared on the shelves. Made of plastic and divided into 2 layers, the top layer is covered with a light mesh and then a thick layer of little white beads and bits of charcoal. Apparently, the charcoal pulls in the moisture which condenses in the bottom of the container, and after a few weeks, it’s full of water – , simple ...
... some photos with giggly Chinese people (standard) and I've definitely got the hang of where places are now.
That evening, me along with the other foreign teachers at Dao Ming (Catherine, Andreas, Mikkel) had been invited to dinner with one of my Grade 4 student's parents. It was a really nice evening; her mum is such a good cook, we had some really delicious Chinese food, and I chatted to my student and played with their kitten. Great weekend - now into week 3!
... and Mikkel both burst out laughing, and seeing 3000 students exercising to Pirates of the Caribbean music was quite something!!
As the day goes on, they have short sessions for writing, video watching and eye exercises inbetween lessons. There is also a nap time after lunch, which is an hour and a half! So awesome, the children all just nap with their head on their desks - Chinese people seem to be able to fall asleep wherever. The teachers nap in ...
... a few near misses in terms of bike collisions, it was that busy! So much fun though and nice to meet some other people who work at the school, most don't speak English though so it's hard to communicate.
After the bike ride we had a quick trip to the centre square of Dongguan, just to have a stroll. It was so pretty there! They had lots of decorations up presumably for Spring Festival, palm trees and lanterns were everywhere, and it was a really massive ...