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... weird but it was amazing, and so much talent and colour. I spent the whole hour with my mouth wide open and I heard other people gasping. I want to go again!
We’ve just found out our placements – I will be in Dongguan, in Guangdong province. Really happy with my placement, it’s right down south which is awesome, kind of near the sea, right next to Hong Kong and Hainan! Unfortunately I can’t go to Hong Kong because I’m on a single entry ...
... on the Kindle. Good old Harry Potter.
The Train pulled in and it looked like something out of the 1800’s. Maybe it was.
All the staff were Chinese which filled my expectations slightly higher as reading up over the past few months on the train it seemed as though the Chinese train was the better out of the two. The other is run by Russians.
Carriage no 9, and beds 7 and 8. Into the train ...
... the basketball court to the classroom building this morning though. I'm glad I brought an umbrella. Outside my window, I can see the people waiting in line at the Outpatient Center...in the rain. This morning it was really bad...so many people, so much rain. I felt sorry for them.
It's time to get ready to go downstairs for dinner. More later...
Just had dinner. They had an interesting array of choices, different than at lunch. This time I had bean sprouts ...
We might make grand plans, detailed itineraries, purchases of tickets to exciting faraway lands.... Yet God is in control of all things and His way is sometimes a painful road. The loss of Mom/Grandma this week has prompted our early return. Tanya, Alicia, and I are now a traveling team, heading to Kaneville, to the love of awaiting family and friends, and to Grandma's very empty apartment. We are at Beijing ...
... of my friends eventually asked.
"Zhongwen!" snapped another. Chinese! I'd forgotten that the pledge we'd taken as part of our language program to speak only Chinese Monday through Friday had technically kicked in the past night at midnight.
"Sorry, geez!" replied the first. "Wo wong le!" I forgot! "Ahem. Nimen xiang chi zao fan ma?" Do you all want to get breakfast? We all nodded our heads in agreement.
After a trip to a local baozi stand, we ...