在家在中国

A Finnish coducator (coder-educator), embarking on an adventure of a lifetime in the Middle Kingdom.

Tired of reading? Here’s the good stuff!

Here you’ll find the best pictures, conversations, experiences condensed. This page will be updated as and when timely.

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As stated earlier, the Chinese don’t really mind what their shirts say, as long as it looks cool.

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Är det så i Peking? 😀

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Creative laundry drying 101.

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My friends are experiencing prophetic dreams. 😀

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Chinese culture lesson 1: Expect Chinese children not to have any concept of privacy, and storm into to your room eg. when you are changing clothes. You can use this situation to your advantage, though: children are the best and most non-judgmental teachers when it comes to learning to speak in a different tongue. They will gladly correct you. 😀

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Can’t remember what we were laughing at, but the conversation panned out well in Mandarin. The whole family (= 20+ people) wanted to have a look at “the pale person with heaven hair”. 😀 😀 😀

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One of my good friends doodled a “höpsö mummo” (silly old lady) when she was bored and later decided that the picture is showing me on my way to China. I pointed out to her that my hair looks rather dark, and that it’s out of character for me to use a posh handbag. We agreed that my hair has been scorched by violent partying in the fireplace lounge. 😀 😀 😀

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When you arrive at home and the first thing you see is this on the floor, dropped through the letterbox. 😀 😀 😀 I know who you are! 😀 😀 😀 At least someone has a brilliant sense of humour in our house! 😀 😀 😀

Translation:

FLASH MARRIAGE IN RURAL CHINA! MILI KEMPPI: “WE’RE LIKE YIN AND YANG” 😀

MI LI SPENT HER GRANT MONEY ON PLASTICAL SURGERY: EVEN HER OWN MOTHER DOESN’T RECOGNISE HER ANYMORE! 😀

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