Five thousand years of history sitting right next to each other.
"A New York minute is a Hong Kong second." -someone who hasn't been to Hong Kong since the late 80s, I guess.
Unlike Poland, where you can easily install your Polish SIM card on a drug dealer cell phone and get on with your life just fine, in China you're gonna want a top-of-the-line smart phone with a long battery life because if there's one thing you need to adjust to life in China, it's your phone.
I didn't really know what to expect coming into China. People will tell you so many different contradictory things--half of them vague observations, half of them lazy racist stereotypes. I've been here for almost a month now, and I'm still not quite sure what to make of it.
Fed up with having to put on pants every day and drive to work? Well, have I got a job for you! A rough guide to applying for a position with VIPKID.
Good news, y'all! The days may be getting shorter (not as short as Poland, but still shorter), but now I have a job, a bank account, and various friends with beach houses about an hour from Murcia.
My fourth time in Prague, disaster strikes! I unplugged from the Matrix, but I would very much like to be plugged back in now, thnx.