Where do you think I would go next?

China
May 23, 2008 1:45am CST
Here is my China quest.. First, I went to Xiamen to study Chinese Language and Culture with my cousin in Xiamen University. I had a lot of fun there. I found a lot of friends, friends whom I got clicked to. We went out a lot and eat together most of the time.I miss those guys.My next destination was Shanghai. I wanted to learn more Chinese but can't affor to study more so I decided to stay in a Chinese environment. Not only can I learn faster, I also have income. I was an English teacher there for almost a month. Then I'm currently in Hangzhou working as an operation staff. I just started here this April. This is my China adventure..I wonder where God will bring me next.. Can you guess?
3 responses
@maximax8 (28570)
• United Kingdom
23 May 08
A working holiday is a delightful experience. I think that you most have enjoyed working as an English teacher. It must be fun to work in operations. I hope that you save a bit more money and catch a train to the next destination that you feel that you would like to go to. It might be possible to work part time and study part time. That way you will have an income to support your course fees and living expenses. You might like to see the Great Wall of China. I did a working holiday in Australia as part of my trip around the world. I did all sorts of work from being a children's nanny, packing paper into handbags to dressing up as a koala and collecting money for charity. This enabled me to travel from Sydney over to Adelaide, down to Melbourne, up to Cairns, back down to Sydney via Brisbane, up to Cairns again and then onto Darwin. I made many new friends and saw lots of beautiful places. Have a happy time during your China Adventure
• China
23 May 08
Hi I envy your Austalia adventure. I'm Chinese. Welcome to China!
@greenline (14864)
• Canada
23 May 08
I really want to learn Chinese language too. I did start on that a few years ago. We had a very nice teacher, and I was so happy I had made an excellent start. But, that was a few years ago. I have forgotten most of it now. Today, I can only say - ni houng ? shai shai ! That's all ! I hope I will have the chance again. This time I will make sure it will not disappear like last time !
• China
23 May 08
Welcome to China! If you come to Shanghai, you may find me. If possible, we can help on studying language each other. Currently, I have a bussiness trip in Tianjin.