Jinjiang Inn (Weifang Dongfeng West Road)
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This post is mainly dedicated to my beautiful sisters, Sarah
and Lauren who sent me a very nice birthday package. It was a nice surprise as
I had completely forgotten that they were going to send it, so when Wendy came
home from school and gave it to me I was all smiles. They sent me a letter, a
beautiful card, some nice smelling stuff for my hair and stickers for the
students which I’m sure they ...
Thankfully, after that lesson I had a two gap so I was able
to change my lesson plan and as it was so successful I decided to give “in the
Jungle” a try. The kids, felling a bit sceptical at first, were hesitant but
after teaching them the first verse and getting them to sing it they warmed up
to the idea. So far in all my classes its gone well which is reassuring. The
song only had three verses, all of which ...
different foods however I’ve never been that keen on most of them because they
can look very dodgy. Anyway our first stop in the tour of “Weifang’s famous
foods” was one of these food vendors, it wasn’t a particularly special one, it
didn’t sell any different from the others but we all lined up to get some
anyway. Another custom in china is that if someone invites you out to dinner
they are expected to pay for ...
This morning we were graced with the morning off in honour
of the “sports and food” festival that our school was holding. From 8 – 10 the
school would have its annual “sports meeting” or sports carnival as we would
call it. As we all wanted a sleep in we decided that we weren’t going to the school
until about 9:30, just in time to see the end of the carnival and be there for
the beginning of the “food festival” in which ...
... we as a class would do each
step in stages however of course with 48 kids that was not going to happen.
First I was going to get everyone to draw and cut out the face and eyes for
their ghost… then I would get them to glue it on the cups so I could hand out
the plastic bags for the ghostly tail. The kids were a bit confused at first
but they soon got really into it and some of the cup – ghosts ...