Chang An Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... my hand up (like a good, responsive student) and they choose me and the TA to start. They had the flyswatters ready, and asked me 'what colour do you want?' They then named the cards they wanted us to hit - remember, word side facing up, not picture. I made a couple of mistakes, but they were on to it and told me so.
I then reminded them that we hadn't sung the Hello song, so they even managed to get that playing on the computer - I had opened the ...
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... out. They would use the wooden pencil till the last inch because they do not want to waste any of it.
Volunteering there, I might encounter other volunteers there, and I would work with them to help these children. I would bring books and school supplies for these children. Because of the constant lack of parental care, the children fell insecure. I would stay with them for a month or two and take care of them like they are my younger sisters ...
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Shopping nam się nie udał. Z Shenzhen wyjechaliśmy rozczarowani :(