Hanting Express (Changsha Huangxing Road Walking Street )
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... room. Meaning that I had to judge a competition about a topic I know very little about completely on my own. Even though they were debating in English, it was difficult to comprehend what the teams were saying at times (especially when they were arguing with each other).
During the day, I judged 8 debates each with their own slight variation. Despite not necessarily understanding what they were arguing about, it was fascinating to watch (and dare I say enjoy when it got ...
... and it terminated on the other side of town. Not knowing entirely what to do, I signaled over a cab and with a restless kitten, big shopping bags and an open window which on several occasions I had to make sure Oscar did not jump out of. It was a relief to reach my apartment in one piece. I rang Renee (who had also rescued a kitten recently) for help and between us we managed to clean the poor thing (who was so terrified at being covered in soap and water that ...
... we're each given a paper cutting that features the crest of the National University of Defense Technology; two group photographs taken previously in the week; and a generous supply of Hunan tea. We shake hands, and Dr. Zhang turns to the students to give his final address.
"When I visited this classroom," he says, as the room falls silent, ...
... complete comfort with their role as the "guide on the side," keeping their colleagues busy doing rather than listening throughout the full 20 minutes of the lesson.
Individual work was a common initial activity. Some professors asked their colleagues to provide definitions or explanations, ...
... have taken forever going back the way we came so instead we pushed on into the unknown.
The great thing about this, however, was that there was no one around which is almost unheard of in China thus far.
In my last blog, I mentioned that Changsha was heavily involved in the fighting against the Japanese in World War 2. The Yuelu mountain was where the Chinese were heavily dug in. When I have previously visited the mountain I had found various ...