Monthly Archives: August 2010

At last, the First Day

Unfortunately, I don’t think this post is very humorous. Just informative. Sorry in advance. So today was my first day of school, exciting stuff. I woke up, got my hair wet, changed into some clothes, got my bag, went to … Continue reading

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‘Over the Word Ass’

So today I got to experience every American teen’s life-long dream–to participate in Chinese military training. This was really in my top ten list of what I wanted to do in China, you know? I mean, it’s not that it … Continue reading

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Scandalous Pajamas

Just to warn you, this post will probably be a little surly. Not in a great mood right now. Hello, all. Sorry for the recent lack of posts, I’ve been sick (as of yesterday) and so I’ve been stuck in … Continue reading

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‘No One Wants to Be Defeated’

As you may or may not know, Karaoke is VERY popular in Asian countries. VERY popular. So popular, in fact, that in some (most?) cars, where a GPS system would be in American cars, there is a karaoke screen. And … Continue reading

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“You are not allowed to fall in love”

After a 16 hour and uncomfortable trainride, our small group of six students and one teacher arrived in Changsha, China. Since I feel that I should tell you who’s who, I will make a small list: Midori – 17 – … Continue reading

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Last Day of Beijing (to be continued)

Hello, all. My name is Miranda and I’m a foriegn exchange student from California studying abroad in Changsha, China. This is my blog(: Okay, now that that’s over…I’m currently in the FX hotel in Beijing. It’s a very nice hotel, … Continue reading

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