From the moment I took a step out of my apartment, I was jovially overwhelmed by my new environment. It was quickly figured that China’s architecture is built for efficiency and practicality which enhanced its beauty. Obviously, it didn’t help with the navigation because I didn’t know a bit of Chinese but it was still fun to look at and explore. That’s actually how I spent my second and third days in China. The first day was all about getting me settled in. I was guided by Vi
January 7, 2020. The fateful day had finally arrived and we were ready. My grandma was the only one who got sleep that night. I was operating off of maybe an hour and we had to get to the airport around eight in the morning. My flight was at 10:42 but my grandma told me that it was customary to arrive two hours early to take care of everything BEFORE the flight. I was new to everything regarding the air To be frank, I hate flying. I mean…I. HATE. FLYING. While on our way to t
So, I mentioned that I didn’t tell anybody what I was doing, right? You might be wondering why. It’s a long story but it’s also a simple answer. I didn’t want to run the risk of anybody trying to cast doubt or any sort of negativity on my happy development. Trust me; it happens a lot in my company of communities especially the black community. That’s also a long story. Anyway, after completing all the necessary steps, I began telling people about my decision to teach abroad.