I never been to China nor any other countries expect my own of course (hehehehe). I initially went with a business visa to meet with the school and site seeing. I think they also wanted to see me personally since Chinese are quite superstitious according to the other Filipino teachers. They are looking for a certain aura, I honestly don't know what that means but I'm lucky to be chosen. I stayed three weeks and met with my future students, fixed my FEC(foreign expert certificate) toured the place and ate a lot. Boy! Chinese sure do order food a lot, which at first I couldn't enjoyed since I sucked at using chopsticks. According to my friend when a Chinese invites you to dinner you should eat a lot (or as much as you can) because if you don't, they will think you don't like their food. I only stayed there for 3 weeks but I gained a lot of weight.
The school I teach in is huge Huai'an and they sure wasted a lot of space, the schools are huge and the buildings are far apart from each other. The canteen was one big building with three floors. There were a lot of buildings. It's like a whole town in my opinion though I'm exaggerating a bit and they are still expanding.
The three weeks i stayed in China made me want to stay longer. The people were great, the scenery is luscious and green and yes everything is cheap. My first time in China was a experience worth remembering.
3/7/2011

Hi Teacher Claudz, congrats for being the one chosen. The Chinese must have seen something positive, vibrant and great with you so they chose you. You look sweet, kind, young and beautiful.
Wish you more blessings as you work there in China.
From Nors of workingpinoy.com

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3/7/2011

Hi Nors

Thank you for your comment. I really like it. hehehhe. Feel free to ask me anything about the life here. I'm more than happy to help out my fellow "kababayans"

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