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... miss it.Yes, that was also a very gung-ho, push and shove environment, but there seemed to be a natural innocence and curiosity about the people. The people would often go out their way to help foreigners, smiling, and always keen to practice their English. Shanghai has many, many foreigners, so the sight of my blonde locks and pasty skin is no longer novel, and I'm jostled about like everyone else.
Even though I have yet to explore it properly, due to my tired, ...
... that I will never completely forget. OK... enough sappiness!! What is going on with me today??
I do want to say that I have not included pictures of my kids in this blog because I do not feel comfortable putting them on the Internet. I know that when I have children I will not want them posted where anyone in the world can lay eyes on them. This blog is searchable by anybody all over the planet, and I don't know how parents would feel about that. So, that is why I never ...
... part time. I teach at a private English company called Web International English and I also tutor a 9 year old boy whose English name is Jimmy. He’s a good kid and energetic like any 9-year-old boy should be. However, like many Chinese children who come from the small but growing middle class in China he is given a lot of pressure by his parents to study. The fault may lie with the Chinese education system, which is highly competitive even in primary ...
After dinner, he had two drivers drive us around Shanghai. It was raining pretty hard. So, he even bought umbrellas for everyone that didn't have one. Our first stop was the Shanghai World Financial Center Observatory. It was cold, dark, and pouring down rain. So, we were some of the only people there. We had a group tour and were taken up to the Skywalk which is the highest observatory in the world. ...