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Relieved

A week ago Friday we learned that there was a hold up with getting our tickets back to China. The Chinese consulate rejected our applications because some “unspecified” paperwork was missing. I figured things would work out since the Chinese government approved this program and the students need teachers.

We had a week of waiting and sometimes I thought well, maybe, the government doesn’t care that students need and paid extra for international teachers. However, Monday our employer got our visas and by today we’ve got our passports in hand and airline reservations made. We’ll arrive in China on the 4th and start teaching on the 7th.

I’m looking forward to this semester and the warmer weather I’ll find in Jinan.

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. chava61
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 14:40:38

    Good to read….

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  2. The Coastal Crone
    Aug 26, 2015 @ 15:25:14

    Have a good semeter!

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