A Travellerspoint blog

November 2008

English Week Prep & JB's & No F n C's

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya, Despite the cold we are having so much fun in class at the moment. About a month and a half ago the Chinese English Teachers were told that we have an English Week this week (November 17 to 21) and to begin practicing plays, chants and songs etc. Of course time went by, no one started anything and I only found out about it last week when they tried to tell me I had to have performances done for all levels and all classes by Monday just passed. Ha Ha! No No No! Thankfully being here for nearing four years and teaching in many schools has taught me that it is not for me to organise these things at all. It is for the Chinese English Teachers to organise as it is like an English Test for them by their superiors. I am to help with all classes and correct their English etc. I decided to let it pass and be nice so I simply had the teachers at least begin something and from there I jumped in to help. Most of what was begun I had to bin as it was much too hard as I think they printed it a month ago. If things were stared then, then it wouldn't have been too hard. They wanted Grade 4's etc to lean and memorize Snow White in one week. I read several lines to some of the students and they all looked back at me with blank stares I then went home, jazzed up a few of my songs and chants and wallah, things have been running much smoother ever since. They got even smoother yesterday when we found out the performances have been put off until next Thursday. No explanation as usual but this time none needed nor wanted. More time is good time. So at the moment I'm jumping from here to there in both the classroom and in the school yard teaching and helping out with stuff like changing Wei's to V's, adding S's and T's and making sure I never say the F n C's! What! No F & C's even after a few JB's! Yep, the Youth Hostel I eat at in Xian now stocks Jim Beam and Cola stubbies For those how don't know what a'stubbie' is, it is simply a small bottle of something. So at any Aussie BBQ you will here a constant, 'EeeeeeeeeyGisanuthastubbiewouldyamate!' I had my first Jim Beam in four years and Luo Wei had the first one in her life. She gave it the thumbs up too. What a beauty she is. As Lou Wei's mother had been staying with her they had been off on weekends doing mother and daughter things so we haven't had a chance to see each other until last weekend. I grabbed a bus on Friday afternoon and was surprised to find that the new freeway had been opened. The journey from Shangzhou to the beginnings of Xian along the new freeway was so beautiful, in fact just as beautiful as the journey through the mountains but it was over in half the time. Once we arrived in Xian it took about an hour and a half to reach the station due to traffic. Instead of the four hours from Shangzhou to the Xian train station on a good run though the mountains it took three hours. But this rarely happens, the usual run through the mountains is around five hours due to trucks, hills, accidents and having to turn around and go back down the mountain and find another way etc. Though in real time the new freeway only saved me only one hour, I honestly felt so much safer due to the separate roads for each way. When you come across this in China you know you will most probably make it your destination alive. The freeway took so long to build as it passes right through half of the damn mountains in China. Not really but there must be more than twenty kilometers of tunnels. There are so many tunnels that they have actually put them into groups and given each group a separate name. It really is amazing. I thought there were a lot of tunnels in Fujian Province but this one journey easily surpassed any freeway adventure I went on in Fujian. The 'Green' photos to this entry were taken on one of my long journeys through the mountains before the freeway opened. If you want to know where my city is located, it is inside those distant mountains you see in each photo. I must have taken about one hundred photos each way but like most bus window photos most of them didn't work. Mostly due to the fact that the bus hadn't been washed for about three years along with me not allowing for the constant swerving and passing trucks on blind corners. Both of the above are serious! The Chinese are masters of passing twenty trucks on a blind corner with mud stained windows!

The other 'Fun' photos...the Littens are my Grade 1's and the Biggens are my Grade 6's. Lately I've been thinking about what to do and where to go for my Winter Break. My first thoughts were of heading back down to the Xishuangbanna Region at the bottom of Yunnan Province to catch some of the suns rays and catchup with some friends. I then thought to maybe head down in to Laos and visit some English Schools but then I remembered that my passport would expire a month after so it is doubtful I would be able to enter another country on an almost expired passport. So my next thoughts were of heading to a city where I can get my new passport done in person . The choices are Beijing or Guangzhou City in Guangdong Province. I'm kind of liking the idea of Guangdong Province. I've never been there even though it was my neighbor for a year and a half when I was living in Guangxi Province and for those needing a little more convincing, how does the legendary Cantonese Cuisine sound? Maybe from there I'll head down to Hainan Island for a wee bit of a Tropical Island Adventure. What does blow me away is that is has nearly been ten years since I first left Australia.. Five of those years have been spent traveling, living and loving it up overseas. Another was spent riding around the Gold Coast in Queensland. The way of the noodle! It's a damn fine way! Beers N Noodles toya.....shane ______________________________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was by the Hoodoo Gurus The album was the awesome 'Electric Soup' ________________________________________________

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


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Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


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Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun


Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

Luo Wei Jim Beam & English Week Fun

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A World Of Strange Colours & How Cold Is It!

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya, Ohhh MaaaaaaaaaaN! I's getting so cold here now...probably three or less today! Snow Snow Bloody Snow! They tell me it will snow soon! I have decided that god and I need to have a real man to man about snow. I think snow should only fall on certain mountains as there really is no need for it to fall on towns and cities. I mean seriously, can you think of any real need for it to snow in your town or city. So it if only falls only on certain mountains it will create employment, build tourism and give people a new place to go for an adventure. You see, I think snow should always fall 'over there somewhere'. That way you can go for a holiday 'over there' and when you have had enough of snow you can simply pack up and come 'back here' to where it is dry and comfortable. Snow really needs to take a page out of the oceans book! At least the ocean has the decency to be in one area and stay there.

So for those who don't like sand they can visit the beach and then go home when they've had enough. But snow, it has to be all independent and cover half a country leaving everyone cold and miserable for no reason other than it can. At night it is freezing sitting in my lounge room and what ever the temperature is outside it is much less inside as all floors are tiled, all walls are concrete, there isn't a speck of insulation (in the whole if China!) and no windows or doors close properly leaving gaps everywhere. The government was supposed to give the go ahead for heating last weekend but still I sit here chilled to the bone. I just got back from a two hour walk to put some warmth back into my body. I havent bothered with the computer for the last few weeks so barely any MSN or QQ and no blogs to speak of. I've just been walking and sitting on the couch beneath a pile of blankets. I was told today that the heating should be turned on this coming weekend...please please please! If the heating is anything like the heating in my apartment in Gansu then it will be totally awesome and sometimes too hot. I will have to have most of the windows open even when it snows. It's the water pipe heating, there is usually one in every room and here in the north of China it is the same in all classrooms, eateries, malls and stores etc. Even though it snows here and is freezing outside it is actually much warmer living here than in the south where there is NO HEATING anywhere. In the south you are cold for many months and teaching is a complete bugger as the classrooms are like a butcher's fridge. Most times it is so cold you get headaches and the poor kids, no matter how many layers of clothes they have on, after about ten minutes they are chilled to the bone and sit there shaking uncontrollably. Up here in the north you actually strip down to a tee-shirt when you begin class. It is warmer inside than outside and not the other way around like in the south. That was my experience in Gansu and I have spoken to a few other northern foreign teachers and they tell me the same thing. So I will soon be toasty and warm and comfortable at home, teaching and eating out. My southern friends will soon be shaking in their frosty little booties! The photos to this entry are pretty much the reason for writing this blog. I went for a short walk two Sundays ago to the store to get something to eat and came back eight hours later. It was a crispy fresh morning and I followed my feet out into the villages and then somehow I ended up near the dam wall again but this time on the other side of the river. There I found a track that led me way out into the hills behind the mountains that tower over the dam like giant soldiers. I soon found myself in a world of strange colours. Dark bare trees with several yellow bushes near by all of which stood over the rice fields below. Beers N Noodles toya...shane ______________________________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was by Matt Whytcroft The album was the awesome 'Castaway' ________________________________________________

Village & Mountain Trail Adventure

Village & Mountain Trail Adventure


Village & Mountain Trail Adventure

Village & Mountain Trail Adventure


Village & Mountain Trail Adventure

Village & Mountain Trail Adventure


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Village & Mountain Trail Adventure

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The Temple on Breasts N Evil Hoe Hacking Boy

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya, It's been a weekend full of a bit of this and a bit of that and not much in between. Friday night I was supposed to head to the Teachers College to watch a Halloween performance and I was getting quite excited about it too as I was hoping to finally meet the other four foreign teachers that are supposed to live here. I've been here for over two months now and with the amount of walking I do each day and weekend you would think that I would have run into at least one of them, especially in a tiny mountain city such as this. I mean, we have only one main road. It is a rather long one main road but there is only one of them. Along that rather long one main road there is only a small section of 'shopping'. And that small section of shopping along the rather long one main road is right where I live. In the end I missed the performance as I was talking to Luo Wei on the phone and as her mother has been staying with her along with her long working hours we really haven't had a good chat all week, just a quick 'good night pumpkin cakes' kind of thing. After we hung up I realised that the Shangzhou Halloween Extravaganza was over by a few hours so I ended up down at the night food market drawing pictures of Ghouls and Goblins with my noodles. Saturday, we might as well skip Saturday (and I wasn't even sick). Saturday was spent curled up on the couch from mid day until three Sunday morning watching dvds. Dekker the Trukker, War Inc, Fire Birds, Mummy III, Postal, Married Life, Sarah London Phantom Hour, Otis and Flood. I did start Then She Found Me but I couldn't quite grasp Helen Hunt. Where is the rest of her, she looks so frail and thin. So much so that I could watch the movie as it made me sad each time I saw her face. I then started Kabluey and didn't make it past the first ten minutes. The two picks of the night were War Inc and of course Mummy 3. Married Life was cool and Postal was awesome. As most probably know it is not often I actually sit to watch a movie but a few weeks ago I found the dvd store and purchased around eighty to one hundred movies for about fifteen Aussie dollars. So far all of them have worked and have been great quality. The only problem is there are about ten movies on each disk so once you put A or ONE movie on, when it finishes you sit back and wonder what the next movie will be. After about ten for fifteen minutes you think, Hey I've watched this much might as well continue! Next thing you know it is dark and you are in the kitchen making instant noodles for dinner! Next thing you know you are on the couch eating your instant noodles re-glued to the telly. Next thing you know you are thinking, Man I'm in China eating instant freakin noodles Next thing you know it is three in the morning and you've just watched eight movies. This morning when I woke up I thought to myself, it's Sunday and Sunday is an adventure day. It's a day to go hunting down a Mummy or two but as I'm no where near Egypt or even the Great Wall for that matter I decided to simply walk along the river and say Hellow to all the pretty Chinese Mummies playing with their 'child' instead. As I was walking I thought to myself, how cool is life when you can actually say that you live an hour away from the 'real' Terracotta Warriors and the emperor who created them. If I really wanted I could jump on a bus and be at a part of the Shaanxi Great Wall in under ten hours! I think that's a bit of a trip as well. I was actually going to go back to the dam and take the ferry across to the little island I skipped last weekend but some how I found myself on the other side of the river walking through some fields to get to a little village I had spotted a few weeks ago. Ferries, islands, fields, villages, whatever they are all the same! Hahahaha! As I was walking through the fields I came across a little boy with a hand hoe helping his mother and grandmother...I could say plough but it was more like he was trying to sever their hands from their wrists. It was like watching an 80's horror Flick! Thankfully the legendary Rick Baker was out to lunch and mother Wang over powered Evil Hoe Hacking Boy before he could begin his evil killing spree that would have resulted in the bloody death of us all! Who is Rick Baker? You are joking? You kid me not? You know 'An American Warewolf in London', Men In Black', Batman and stuff! For those who are interested scroll down when you have finished as I've added a bit on him at the end. Ok, back to the Evil Hoe Hacking Boy and his family. I was thinking that maybe I could turn this into a motion picture and call in 'Snakes On A PLAIN'.

We could have little Evil Hoe Hacking Boy, who of course would have to look somewhat like Samuel L Jackson, (maybe we could call him Samuel L Wang - you know, little chinese boy with a beard and all) running around the corn field with his evil hoe in hand yelling out 'I'm sick of deese Mutha F*ckin Snakes on this Mutha F*ckin corn plain. Mrs Wang could pop up every now and then holding her blood spurting handless arm yelling out 'I not sink I know what you say little Evil Hoe Hacking Wang'. Evil Hoe Hacking Boy would then stop and with blood red eyes say; 'I not sink you hear me Mutha F*ckin Wang. I said I'm sick of deese Mutha F*cking Snakes on deese Mutha F*ckin Corn Plain'.

Argh, but I live in fear. Yes I do, not of Rick Baker or even Stephen King not wanting in on the deal but I live in fear of the Mutha F*cking Corn Plain gaming rights. I doubt X-Box would a part of the Muth F*cking Corn Plain game so I would have to sell it to Atari for the Atari 2600 or even to Commodore for their Commodore 64. So I live in fear if explaining to my nieces and nephews or my younger readers of what the hell a cartridge is or even worse, what the hell a Mutha F*ckin tape drive is for the Commodore 64.

Seriously, could you imagine trying to explain that I grew up with a tape drive! Heaven forbid, I take away all gaming rights to the Mutha F*cking Corn Plain game now!

So with my tail between my Mutha F*cking Corn legs I left them and not long after I noticed what I thought was a temple on the side of the mountain in front of me. Put a temple or a mountain before me and I'm there. Or better yet combine them and I'm sold within seconds. All thoughts of dams, islands and ferries were forgotten and I became like the cop in Terminator II.

Head straight, fast walking and almost running towards my destination. On the way stopping to show a man on his funny litte Chinese tractor my camera screen and saying; Have you seen this Mutha F*cking Evil Hoe Hacking Corn Boy....oops, I mean; Have you seen this Temple From there I went through a few villages, a couple of brick factories, many back yards (or backyard type things as they are here in China) and then finally I found myself placing my foot on the first step up. The temple itself is only tiny but it's also a very friendly place to visit. They saw me coming and had a glass of water waiting for me. A little puppy and kitten kept me company during my visit and awhile after I continued my journey to the top of what is known as 'Double Breasted Hill' (Or so I have been told). I'm still unsure of what the temple is called as no one seems to know it exists. But I do like the thought of mounting a 'Double Breasted' hill' though! The views from the top of the hill were totally amazing and the three 'city photos' at the top of the photos below all text will show you my city if Shangzhou in all its tiny glory. In the left shot, if you follow the river around you can just see the Dam Wall and the Dragon Back Mountains from my last blog. Over those mountains is Xian City. The middle photo (the one with my shadow) is most of the city. If you look back past the buildings you can just see a pathway (to the left) that leads up to Pagoda Hill. Love that walk! Further back are the mountains I was walking on in my entry 'It's so strange to feel strange'. My school is kind of near the big building at the very left of the photo. In the 'Right Photo' or photo three, if you follow the river out of town and a little after where the road and river turn right is where the Twin Pagodas can be found from my birthday walk. </b> The shot without the river in it is on the other side of 'Double Breasted' mountain. The rest of the day was spent walking around the villages below the temple and I then followed the river down to the Twin Pagodas and then back into town where I found an excellent eatery that serves some of the most delicious Won Tons I've ever eaten. I finally finished writing this Monday night and for most of it I was on MSN chatting to two of my good friends. The first one was of course English Daniel who was teaching in Fujian with me for nearly a year. He's back in England finishing off his degree and says a big hello to everyone. The second was my Polish friend Rafal whom I met here in China nine years ago. I was on a train heading to Kunming in Yunnan Province and I heard what I knew wasn't Chinese. That was a great present after looking out of the window to find ice and snow everywhere. I left Yangshuo and headed to Kunming as it was supposed to be much warmer there. In the end I didn't find warmth in the weather in Kunming as I was nearing knee deep in snow but I did find a life long friend. We then traveled down to the Xishuangbanna Region where I spent the first of my five Chinese New Years so. Raf and his then girlfriend Meggie were in China for a year as students studying Chinese. We all got sloshed at a local Dia Peoples wedding and rode bikes to and fro and had a blast. Nine years on we still chat on Skype and MSN. He was married not so long ago and only two weeks ago became a father. Here's a bloody HUUUUUUUUUUUUGE congrats to Rafal, Katarzyna and baby Karolina. Oh and a big Happy Birthday for today to Happy Naomi from Japan. She is the beauty holding the little Koala in my Asia 2000 Blog and she should be signing onto MSN very soon, or as soon as baby Naomi falls to sleep. . Beers N Mutha F*cking Snakes on a Noodle Plain toya.....shane PS: As usual all photos can be found below. ___________________________________________________________________ The soundtrack to this entry was Mr Awesome himself Prince. The album was...well you know the one with the symbol on the front. Along with Gatecrasher's 'Slinky Planet Moscow'. I just got back from having dumplings at the night market and a walk around town. ___________________________________________________________________ <u>RICK BAKER</u></b> Richard A. "Rick" Baker (born December 8, 1950) is an Academy Award-winning special makeup effects artist known for his realistic creature effects. [/i] [/i] Baker was born in Binghamton, New York, the son of Doris (n&eacute;e Hamlin) and Ralph B. Baker, a professional artist. As a teen, Baker began creating artificial body parts in his own kitchen. Baker's first professional job was as an assistant to Dick Smith on the film The Exorcist. He received the inaugural Academy Award for Makeup for his work on An American Werewolf in London. Subsequently, Baker has been nominated nine more times with five additional Oscars, both records in his field. Baker claims that his work on Harry and the Hendersons is one of his proudest achievements. [/i] [/i] Baker had a cameo as the pilot and gunner (with Peter Jackson) who shot down Kong in the 2005 remake of King Kong, and a cameo as a drug dealer with a business card in the John Landis film Into the Night. Baker was awarded a Doctorate of Humane Letters from the Academy of Art University San Francisco in 2008. [/i] [/i] <u>Filmography- MATE, CHECK THIS OUT!</u>[/i]</b> [/i] The Wolfman, Enchanted, Norbit, Click, X-Men: The Last Stand, Cursed, King Kong, The Ring Two, Hellboy, The Haunted Mansion, Men in Black II, The Ring, Planet of the Apes, Dr. Seuss' How the Grinchs Stole Christmas, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, Life, Wild Wild West, Mighty Joe Young, Modern Vampires, Psycho, A Thousand Acres, Batman & Robin, Men in Black, The Devil's Advocate, John Carpenter's Escape From L.A, The Frighteners, The Nutty Professor, Batman Forever, Baby's Day Out, Ed Wood, Wolf, Rex, Lorenzo's Oil, The Rocketeer, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Coming to America, Gorillas in the Mist, Missing Link, Moonwalker, Harry and the Hendersons, It's Alive III: Island of the Alive, Max mon amour, Ratboy, Cocoon, Into the Night, My Science Project, Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, Starman, Making Michael Jackson's Thriller, Videodrome, An American Werewolf in London, The Funhouse, The Howling, Tanya's Island, It's Alive 2, Star Wars, The Incredible Melting Man, King Kong, The Zebra Force, The Thing With Two Heads.

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The Temple Mountain Adventure

The Temple Mountain Adventure


The Temple Mountain Adventure

The Temple Mountain Adventure


The Temple Mountain Adventure

The Temple Mountain Adventure


The Temple Mountain Adventure

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The Temple Mountain Adventure

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The Temple Mountain Adventure

The Temple Mountain Adventure


The Temple Mountain Adventure

The Temple Mountain Adventure

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