Linda Marx on Transitions Winner of Survivor:… on 50/50 – 外国人！(Foreigners) Jon-Michael on 35/50 – Water Coole… farfromthefarm on 35/50 – Water Coole… Rebecca on 13/50 – IELTS!!!
Monthly Archives: May 2011
This is an old video, taken the first week that I was here. Every time I step out into the road I fear for my life. There are no road rules here in China. Lines on the road? What … Continue reading
Stinky Creek and the Horny Cafe earned their name from the same strange, old Australian man. Y.I. World Hornorable Coffe has been a staple in the American diet of the other foreigners here. It’s located right outside of the South … Continue reading
This patch of putrid green water runs along the outside of the Eastern wall of the university. Farther along this road on the right side are the student dormitories. This river has been relatively stagnate since the rains stopped in … Continue reading
Upon our arrival to Kaifeng we began to frequent a series of mom and pop restaurants outside of the South gate of our university. The owners of the shops quickly became familiar with our faces as we patronized their shops … Continue reading
If I’m being serious with this blog then I have to admit that I don’t like hotpot very much… at least, not with Chinese people. I find it to be a laborious task. Traditional hotpot involves having one pot of … Continue reading
So after the trash is deposited into the trash can and then redistributed onto the ground, an older man or woman riding one of these lovely orange trash bikes comes around and gathers it (to later be tossed into a … Continue reading
Because why would trashcans be used to collect garbage when they can simply re-distribute garbage out their backsides? Part one in a two part trash post. Tune in tomorrow to receive the answer to this perplexing question!