Harvest in Takatori
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Building 15, Yu Cai Sunshine Apartments, My Home for 3 Weeks
I just opened an email 40 minutes ago telling me that the principal has arranged for new apartments for Chris and I. We’re to move tomorrow. No word at what time or where to other than to “Phase 1.” Don’t ya just love planned communities?
So I’ve started to pack and clean.
I suppose the chaos now is worth it. I am getting so tired of hearing the Sousa music, the kids marching and the little man with the big megaphone exhorting them with God knows what political slogans at 6:30am. Then the day continues punctuated with bells, music and announcements till 10:30 every night.
I thought tonight would be peaceful as the kids get to go home on Fridays. Nope, outside my window people were whistling and children were screaming. My fingers are crossed that I’m not on the first floor.
By the way, last night when I came home, just as I past the guard I smelled the unmistakeable aroma of cannabis. In China? Who’s got the nerve? I really want to know that story. Or do I?