Jinjiang Inn (Ningbo Transportation Center)
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... has a phone to her ear. Is she talking to me or the poor recipient on the other end of the line"? "Whah! Whah ! Itz Cher Bert" I hear her wail at me shaking a meaty hand in my face with a clang of golden chains and charms. Ah! ..."Andre's fat *****" I think to myself. The large aunty beans a cheery smile and continues her airport load verbal attack. It's somewhere between the sound of an intercom at the airport and a chainsaw cutting through ...
... as an ESL teacher. I have performed all that was required of me and even gone above my requirements to help the school (performed on camera for the local TV station - I was never remunerated for - and spent a day doing a summer camp on my day off). When I left on the 28th of January, I was lied to about my exit documents and repeatedly refused access to any documents in order for me to find employment anywhere else in China. They have tried to sabotage any attempt I ...
... br> I also had my lasts Chinese lessons accompanied by a final Chinese exam. Furthermore, I accompanied the manager and engineer to the bank of China to experience first hand how the transition from AUD (Australian Dollar) to HKD (Hongkong Dollar) to RMB (Renmingbi) went. Given that Australian clients pay in AUD, it gets paid out to the company's license ...
... did not work in China. I needed cash and my family was supposed to pay me three days ago but had forgotten. I gave them half of what I owed, and said I'd come back on Friday to pay the rest. As I left the fitness center, my body felt paralyzed. I felt as though I had forgotten how to breathe. I quickly pulled myself together and walked back "home." I stopped off for ice cream and sat at the same park that has seen me cry more times in the past week than any human has ...
... The acoustics were much better than the concert in Yuhuan, but it was difficult to play because it was freezing cold. Our soloist was not able to play one of the pieces because his fingers were too cold. Nevertheless, our audience was great. They loved to clap along with our songs and they cheered especially loud when our American singers sang in Chinese along with our Chinese singers. It was a really good concert.