London was pretty crazy in terms of a first-time teaching experience. Or so we thought. Then we came to Dagang.
Oh puns. As we’ve mentioned before (I think), we’re currently teaching in China. Specifically, we’re in the small town of Dagang which is close to the larger city of Zhenjiang. Even more specifically, we’re on the outskirts of the small town of Dagang. In Calgarian terms, this is like being in the outskirts of Airdrie. Most…
Hello! It’s been awhile since the last post (for obvious reasons)! Reasons like: school, getting our new place set up, finding a vehicle (see the featured image), getting used to school and work-life balance here, getting to know new friends, and going to Shanghai and Beijing. All of the posts and such will come in due…
Life has somehow managed to whoosh by again and Jack and I will be whisked off in a different direction coming this September.
The best thing about neighbours is being able to share food with them.
Yep, Andrea is madly behind posting. She does it again!
If you got that title then you are probably a funnier person than I am. Un-funny post ahead.
The interesting thing about England is that the pub is where things happen. Interested in getting to know your co-workers? Go to the pub. Interested in getting to know a guy / gal? Go to the pub. Want to learn some new recreational sports? Go to the pub.
You would have thought by now that I’d have realized maintaining a regular blog takes a lot of time and commitment. But nope, I’m still just starting to learn, just like we’re still learning a lot living on our own for the first time in our lives.
Both Andrea and I miss being students. As a teacher, we also really need to understand what it’s like to be a student. In this post, I’m going to explore a little bit of both of these things. Being a Student Life use to be straightforward. Things mostly came down to myself: if I paid…