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December 2009

The 2009 Xian Xmas Beers N Noodles Adventure

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,

So the big round red fella has been and gone for another year. I tell you what though, he does look quite funny when he visits Asia being all skinny and stuff.

As I didn’t get around to sending any Christmas Emails or Ecards last week so this blog will have to do. I was actually going to spend last Thursday night with a few coldies, some good tunes and the internet but I decided to follow my plans and head to Xian city instead and I am so glad I did. So as everyone missed out on my usual Happy Christmas jibber jabber prior to Christmas you will now have to put up with it afterwards.

To start the Christmas celebrations I finally got to meet Dutch Andrew.

Last Tuesday Flippino Dan, Dutch Andrew and I headed up for a walk on Pagoda Hill and then shared a few coldies over way too much food and if I hadn’t been told where Andrew was from I would have guessed he was an Aussie as he has spent the last twenty two years in Australia and how good was it to kick back and talk to someone who knew exactly all places and things that I was talking about. Then on Wednesday night my school organised a wonderful Christmas Hotpot dinner for me which prior to they arrived at my apartment with Christmas gifts baring a strange and identical resemblance to last year’s Christmas gifts which were a knee high Santa and a fully decorated Christmas tree. So I now have two trees and two Santa’s to decorate my apartment for the following year as I have nowhere to actually store them.

Yep, ya got to love the Chinese! Meeting Dutch Andrew will be a huge added bonus to my future here in Shangzhou.

As even though I have a yearning to return to the south of China I have decided that I will stay here for one more term. After chatting to several friends I have concluded that I am simply just sick of being cold and that in a few months when warmth returns to the north and my feet are back on peddles again all will be well. Along with that it is much too hard for me to leave an entire school of students that try so hard half way through their school year and along with that Andrew also loves a few too many coldies!

A huge thank you must not only go to Lithuanian Laima but also to Canadian Chris for his email (as always), he may be living and teaching on Taiwan and the mainland may have a hundred missiles pointed in his direction but my beer is also always pointed his way for his good advice, his blogs and our 80’s Metal chit chat!

I have actually had the best Christmas I’ve had since the 2006 Kunming Christmas Tour with Aussie Leanne, Judy and Kylie and English Gary Pang. This one though can easily be compared to New Years Eve at home. All the main roads in Xian around the Bell Tower were closed to traffic to allow the thousands of people the freedom to walk safely on a main road without being squished by a passing scooter or new BMW. There was literally thousands and thousands of people out partying and as many had their face covered by one of the many masks for sale from a street stalls, the night came to resemble a huge masquerade ball.

Here I could go on and on about Chinese girls in masks but I think we’ll skip that and continue.

Lithuanian Laima had booked us both into the Han Tang Inn and when she told me where it was it didn’t actually click that it was the Shu Yuan Hostels sister hostel which until a month ago was found down East Street past the Drum Tower. It can now be found just off North Street not far from the Post Office (directions are; take the first right walking down north street, then the first left (in the mobile phone district) and then the first right which is down a small lane called Nanchang Xiang). If you book online a beautiful single room will only cost you 80 Yuan and believe me, it is beautiful and the staff are so sweet and all can speak English.

It also comes with heated floors and included with the many English channels is HBO. So I got to spend a few hours with the Grinch…Yeah! Come on, tell me you don’t love the Grinch!

We started our night with a free beer at the Han Tang Inn and then joined the thousands partying in the streets and then we slowly made our way up to the Shu Yuan Hostel where we joined Irish Mike, Mave and Beverly (the other VSO’s) from Shenyang Town. Here we enjoyed a western buffet with a huge turkey and a delicious ham along with chicken and salad and extras such as cranberry sauce, chocolate cake and of course some awesome cheap beer and wine. Thankfully the hostel was much quieter than I expected so we got to enjoy each other’s company without having to yell at each other and cross personal space barriers.

Yes I do still have a personal space barrier so I am not 'that’ Chinese…..yet!

On Christmas day the girls shuffled and shopped their way around the city and Mike and I headed out to the IT Area where I bit the bullet and purchased my new tiny traveller. Now it really will have to be two Yuan noodles whilst travelling during Winter Break. I didn’t have to look far as I had been road testing them at the same time I was searching for my new home laptop and strangely Toshiba won both prizes. As most already know I got myself a http://www.travelpod.com/dashboard/entry/life_in_china/(http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/eddakath/life_in_china/1259276182/tpod.html (< ERROR: the link title is too long!) just over a month ago which for a music lover is more than outstanding with its sound system. My latest tiny Traveller is none other than the Toshiba NB200 which comes complete with a &#8216;Sleep and Charge’ port that allows you to charge your MP3 or Phone/Camera even when the computer is turned off, a 10 Inch Tru-brite screen and best of all a full sized keyboard that is one of the most comfortable keyboards I’ve ever used. On top of that you can also add the bonus of the shock protective hard drive that sits waiting for any sudden movements to help protect you from losing your work.

After purchase and while the Toshiba staff were busy hunting down an English copy of Y7 and Office 2007 Mike and I headed up to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda for a few hours. This link will take you to my last visit to the Pagoda with Baise Brad, scroll down for more information on the history of the pagoda.

Later in the afternoon I got a call from the Toshiba Girls so I had to leave Mike waiting for Mave and Laima and I made my way back to the IT Area where I found that I did actually have English Y7 but sadly I had Chinese Office. Zhang Wei (a real cutie who could speak English rather well) told me the system people had tried for hours to down load an English copy of Office 2007 but having had no luck they downloaded the Chinese copy for me which upon opening we found was a free 60 day trial copy. They were so sorry etc and I told them to wait for a few minutes and they got all sorry again and I begged them not to be sorry and to just wait for five minutes. I then raced up to the fourth floor, purchased a 10 Yuan Full Copy of English Office 2007, I then raced back downstairs, connected their external DVD player and had it installed within minutes.

Sometimes in China to get what you want you just have to do it yourself! But it was worth the effort as I got a beauties phone and QQ number to celebrate New Year with.

Saturday night we all headed to the Tang Dynasty Dinner and Dance Show which is something I’ve always wanted to see since moving here and I was in no way let down and it was the perfect end to this year’s Christmas Beers N Noodles Adventure and if you do find yourself in Xian City all the hostels offer free booking and transport to and from the show.

China's Tang Dynasty (618-907) was the most prosperous and colorful of all of China's ancient Dynasties. It is famous for its arts and poems, dress and culture, and music and dancing. Visitors to Xian get a chance to step back in time and relive this fantastic era at the Tang Dynasty Show. Visitors upon entering the theater are taken to their seats for a dinner of Jiaozi (dumplings). The dumplings are as beautiful as they are delicious and the best part is that the dinner is all that you can eat. After eating, the show begins. It is a spectacle of color, culture, music, and dance. The spectacular music and beautiful costumes with long flowing sleeves perfectly match and complement each other. It is a show not to be missed.

I got back this afternoon and headed up Pagoda Hill to walk off some of the beer from the weekend! So do you want to know what I reckon? I reckon that it’s awesome that my buddy Andrew and his family are back in China for a few weeks I reckon thanks to my favourite student Lunar for giving me a huge lollypop for Xmas. I reckon that Chinese girls in masquerade masks are more than just a bit sexy. I reckon that Chinese girls with or without masquerade masks are damn sexy. I reckon a huge thanks to Lithuanian Laima and the VSO's for the best Xmas. I reckon it will never look right to watch Chinese people roll and make pizzas. I reckon that the Grinch is pretty cool man and we could all learn from him. I reckon, 2009 is probably the best Christmas I've had for many years. I reckon that Santa looks strange being all skinny and Asian and stuff. I reckon that the Han Tang Inn will get my future stays in Xian City. I reckon that I will head back to Xian city for New Years 2010. I reckon that life really is a wonderful noodle adventure. So what did you get up to for Christmas mate? Beers N Noodles toya…..shane

PS: For those in the market for a Tiny Traveller here are some links for you to read; Review 1 Review 2 Review 3 PSS: The biggest and most hugest thank you of course must go to Aussie Judy who for the past many years has looked after me in many ways with not only her yearly &#8216;Care Packages’ but also her &#8216;Christmas Care Packages’ that allow me to have presents waiting to be unwrapped each Christmas morning since her departure from China several years ago. If there ever was a Christmas Angel then Aussie Judy is The Christmas Angel worthy of all those Christmas carols that are full of all the Xmas jibber jabber! So this beers for you Aussie Judy! ___________________________________________________________

The soundtrack to this entry was by the jolly Skidrow The album was one of the best metal albums ever &#8216;Subhuman Race’ ____________________________________________________________

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Gearing Up for Christmas 2009

Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya,

Christmas huh! Seriously, where does time go? I can’t believe it is lurking just beyond my door once again!

This year will be my fifth Christmas here in China and I must say that it is very comfortable living in a country where Santa isn’t shoved down your throat and the supermarket shelves aren’t filled with Christmas 'things’ half a year prior to the actual event. It’s a nice feeling to allow such a festival to actually happen at a more gradual and comfortable pace without all the hype. In fact there really isn’t anything here in my little town to remind me that it is about to take place. Some of the stores have a few decorations hanging about here and there but like in many places in China;

They have actually been gathering dust in the same place from Christmas times long gone.

Like with many western festivals that the Chinese have and are taking on board, they don’t seem to have read the entire instruction manual…haha and thats a good way to tell that China is run by males! Things like having to actually take down the decorations have been totally over looked and they are left up in early readiness for the next year’s festival. With one week to go I am yet to have a single student mention the fact that Christmas is about to occur and I am happy to let it pass without reminding them.

Some though have been yelling Happy New Year! So I’m guessing they actually do mean Happy Christmas!

Most of my students are from poor villages from around my city and I don’t want to be the one that has them heading home busting their parents chops in expectation for Santa to arrive Christmas morning and then break down in tears because there were no presents waiting for them. This has actually happened to me several times over the past five years and it almost brings a tear to my eye each time. Most foreign teachers come to China (and other Asian countries) and spend several weeks teaching their students all about Christmas and/or Easter and/or Thanksgiving etc and never stop to think of the consequences from such teachings.

Maybe if I was teaching High School or University it would be a different story. So, to December and the latest happening in my life over here in China.

Lithuanian Laima has left the building and moved on to Shenyang town which is about an hour’s bus ride south from here. That was a sad happening as we began to spend a lot of time together and it was nice to have someone to walk and talk with over sharing full on English conversations over dinner or coffee and chicken burgers. We still spend time on the phone and MSN but it’s just not the same, but it is good to miss someone. Philippines Daniel is still in town but he’s always a busy bugger so we don’t get to catch up that often but when we do a huge fish is always on the menu. Several days ago Andrew the new Dutch guy arrived to town and both have been busy with Teachers College dinners and showing Andrew the ropes.

So we are hoping to all catch up for dinner sometime next week. I’m also hoping there will be a huge fish on the menu!

At the end of November Laima and I headed into Xian where she introduced me to several of the local VSO’s from around the Xian area. We all headed to a western restaurant/bar and spent a wonderful night in each other’s company. They are such beautiful and caring people and have invited me to spend Christmas with them in Xian. So we will all make our way back to Xian city on the Thursday evening after classes and meet up for Christmas dinner either Thursday evening or Friday evening.

Me being me, I’m hoping for both! As for the future…..

While my fellow Victorians (back in Australia) have been living with sweltering temperatures of up to nearly forty degrees here the weather has been freezing and light snow has been falling off and on which has been very much like the heating which is also off and on throughout the day. It seems to be coming on later in the evening than normal and going off earlier than normal leaving me shaking in my little doggie slippers that Luo Wei got for me last winter and going to bed with my thick winter jacket on along with several layers of clothing.

This I have been told is due to the schools coal supply dwindling due to this winter being much colder than the last and this has slso led me to question where I want to be next term.

Lately I’ve found myself missing the south of China more than normal and I’m getting sick of living in a black and white photo and eating boring northern food and I now have a longing to immerse myself back into the southern colours and culture. Being a contact for Bucklands several northern teachers have contacted me and we have all been feeling same, which has at the same time made me feel happy that I am actually not crazy in thinking and feeling that the north of China is so much different that the south. I have spoken to my boss about my desire to return to the south but it seems that there won’t be any openings to southern Primary schools until the next school year which begins September 2010 so I guess if I still have the same feelings after the up and coming Winter Break I may have to finally break away from Buckland’s and find my own school.

This will be in Guizhou Province which is the province that I find myself drawn to teaching in next.

Guizhou Province can be found just above Guangxi Province where I spent my first year and a half in China. Like Guangxi it is majority Minority Peoples and one of China’s most poorest provinces yet full of hill tribes and cultures which of course to me is a huge draw card but of course to make such a decision questionable is the fact that my students here in Shangzhou are my most favourite students ever. Every class tries so hard and they are so well behaved which of course makes a decision like leaving them a term before the end of the school year such an act of complete selfishness.

Believe it or not though, I have even been looking into maybe moving on to teach in South East Asia but what I have found on the internet is actually not as inviting as I thought it would be.

Here I have around four months a year to travel, my own apartment, can dress as I please and from what I can gather from the internet, South East Asia asks for shirt and tie, offers shared apartments of between three to five teachers and between twenty to forty days a year off. I have also found that many places in SE Asia you actually have to be a volunteer which is a bad thing aas I can not afford to do such a thing as to teach in such places they request that YOU pay a huge fee in British Pounds or American Dollars prior to teaching. This is simply a reality that I can’t live as I donated not only all my belongings prior to leaving Australia but I also donated all the money I had left in my bank account. I don’t mind earning a tiny salary that allows me to eat, travel and live in such places but to actually have to pay such huge fees to do so is beyond me and my non-resources. But on the positive side of things I do believe that when the time is right the right connections will come knocking at my door so it is just a matter of waiting.

So I’m guessing that my love of China and its people will be my reality for the next several years to come and as you can probably guess, I’m more than happy with that!

Beers N Noodles toya…..shane

PS: Hey Melanie, I've had an awesome time mate. It's been great to meet another Aussie Roo in the land of noodles. PSS: Hey Melanie, Bite Me Baby! Take a screen shot of that Maaaaaaate! PSSS: Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha, I'm gonna miss you when you go home! ____________________________________________________________________

The soundtrack to this entry was by the colourful Augie March The album was most awesome &#8216;Sunset Studies’ ____________________________________________________________________

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