Jinjiang Inn Zhengzhou Zhongyuan Road
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... the fact that it is a part of our culture and that it is a benefit to the students as most of them plan to go to school in Canada and the U.S. after high school. We were finally allowed, but the students were only allowed to wear their costumes while inside. There are other programs at our school, and the Chinese admin didn't want them to be exposed to the other students to our clearly miss guided ways! The Halloween party went of as a success. We sold candy grams to raise ...
... read their essay rather than proposing their ideas and allowing for some sort of discussion. Furthermore, they were not always translated in English which was advertised to us when we signed up. At one point we had a Russian lady giving a speech on teaching piano, that was then translated by a Chinese lady, who told the MC another Chinese lady who then translated to English. If you followed that, well done, because by that point I was finished. The entire day was like ...
... is hard knowing what is true and what is show. It seems that more often then not, it is for show, which is to be honest very unfortunate. I watched a Documentary about the gendered imbalance in China, called 'China's Lost Girls.' It spoke to the countless baby girls who had been left on the streets and outside shops abandoned either because they were female or because they were a second child in a family. The Documentary was insightful and I caught my self becoming ...
I got lost for 3 hours in the streets of zhengzhou. Ended up back at my hotel at 2am. I asked 4 different cab drivers (some of the cab drivers while I was on the street of the hotel) where to go, none of them knew what I was saying. Good exercise I guess?
Here are some pictures I took on this journey..I should of taken more but wanted to reserve battery on my phone if i happened to find some wireless somewhere.
It's popular in China to get elaborate photo shoots done before your wedding. There was 5 different settings with different outfits for each setting. It took 10.5 hours for the whole thing to be completed. Basically, hell on earth!
Haha, still glad we did it though!