Teaching with Shane School of English in Zhanghua

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Re: Teaching with Shane School of English in Zhanghua

Postby trubadour » 06 May 2012, 21:59

Puppet wrote:When you get here, let me know. Will still grab a burger with you and let you know all the places to hang out.

Matt




ewww creepy! :discodance:
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Re: Teaching with Shane School of English in Zhanghua

Postby superking » 07 May 2012, 13:59

The LawBA wrote:
superking wrote:You can write stuff down during training. Your teachers are Western. The point is, don't go out and get shit faced straight away. You are entering a web of spiders, YO! Pick your spider


Thanks for the advice man, appreciate it. :) Not long now...



Enjoy yourself. It's all one big adventure. I went to Japan for my first Asian adventure and I loved it. New people, new foods, new experiences, finding out about yourself on a whole new level. The teaching is sort of a secondary part of your life really. The same is true in Taiwan. Get stuck in and make yourself an adventure. :D
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Re: Teaching with Shane School of English in Zhanghua

Postby The LawBA » 08 May 2012, 00:19

superking wrote:
The LawBA wrote:
superking wrote:You can write stuff down during training. Your teachers are Western. The point is, don't go out and get shit faced straight away. You are entering a web of spiders, YO! Pick your spider


Thanks for the advice man, appreciate it. :) Not long now...



Enjoy yourself. It's all one big adventure. I went to Japan for my first Asian adventure and I loved it. New people, new foods, new experiences, finding out about yourself on a whole new level. The teaching is sort of a secondary part of your life really. The same is true in Taiwan. Get stuck in and make yourself an adventure. :D


Thanks man. Will let you know how I get on. :)
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