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... and make it difficult to move quickly.But, as I keep reiterating, I am really enjoying them! For lunch, a few of us were dyingggg for some English food, so we headed to the cafe on campus and got a good old margarita! Sorted us all out. Thursday afternoon was our first lecture with William, our sort of course leader. The lecture was was about something along the lines of History of theatre. I think. Now this sounds like I wasn't ...
... home. It was difficult to not be home for Thanksgiving or Christmas or Easter or Birthday parties. Coming to China certainly involved its share of sacrifice. Now that I have spoken of all the things that made this adventure challenging, allow me to tell you why I am convinced it was absolutely, totally worth it all.
The ultimate reason why I am able to endure every hardship and challenge that has come my way on this incredible journey is the students ...
... a question.
So if you don't get it right you could be calling your mum a horse... awkward!
There's a good example in this song - the guy orders 'sleep' (shuì jiào) when really he wants dumplings (shuǐ jiǎo) - by Bristol band Transition who learned Chinese in Taiwan
http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjcwOTczM DY4.html )
Basic Chinese grammar, however, can be quite simple; ...
... Dad, that is directed at you.) We had jiaozi (steamed dumplings) and a kind of dumpling soup with tiny shrimp and seaweed in the broth. I am impressed with Lavana, she tries everything! I always feel like a picky eater in China because they use one of my most disliked foods in everything- mushrooms! Now its time for more studying. I will post more pictures soon. Saturday and Sunday I plan on exploring the area around West Lake!
... we went again to the 2nd show.