Jinjiang Inn (Guangzhou Liwan Caihongqiao)
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... off a fake as the real deal. While China has consumer protection laws somewhat similar to home, like most everything else here it's either not enforced or corrupt. To get the real deal a lot of Chinese venture further abroad to Singapore just to be sure.
A tad of advice should you seek some retail therapy here: rule number one of shopping in China- buyer beware, rule number two- you get what you pay for!
... along with the golf. Of which,
after two months of being pizza free, was heavenly. It was by no means close to
any of the pizzas back home, but putting my abstinence into the equation, the
pizza went down in less than five minutes.
Traditionally, as celebrated back home, Halloween is on the
last day of October. Howbeit, in China, because of scheduling conflicts, the
date of was decided to be on Thursday, October 30.
What a busy Sunday at school - there was the visit to the Chimelong Safari Park that I had visited prior to creating a lesson plan and task sheet, and I was also asked to go to a marketing event in Dagang at an organic farm.
I was initially disappointed not to be going back to the safari park, as I really enjoyed my first visit there, but the farm was also a good day.
Being a marketing event, the focus was on wooing potential client families rather than a real-world ...
... I am a lot calmer in the classroom, which is both a good and bad thing. The reason being, kids are very perceptive. They can read off your vibe and respond a lot more diligently when you are animated and full of emotion. Where if I come in level headed, as I do more often than not, I would have already lost the kids as they’d lend their attention to something other than my lesson.
Other notes, creating PowerPoints have thankfully gotten easier. I can now plan a ...
... by a sorcerer that it was the omen of a new emperor. To subdue this omen, Zhu Liangzu ordered this tower to be built in 1380. Over the past 600 years, the tower has been destroyed five times and set up five times. Now it is the Guangzhou Museum, housing relics and documents showing Guangzhou's history over 2, 000 years. Known as the first tower in Lingnan (South of Nanling Mountain) Area, Zhenhai Tower now is 28 meters (91.9 feet) high and 16 meters (52.5 feet) ...