A typical Saturday

Mandarin is getting harder. The sentence structures are becoming less and less like English, so translations are becoming harder. I still like the efficiency of the Chinese language, though: it is so logical; there are virtually no exceptions to the rule (like “i before e except after c” lol); there are no verbs to conjugate; and there are no tenses. Where a short phrase can convey so much detail and meaning. But it’s deviating more and more from English sentence structures now, and I don’t expect things to get any easier! 😲 More practice! 

After lunch, we made our way to dancing. Mainly cha cha today, and then we worked on spins. Always makes me dizzy 😵 Good class, though, as always. I need to take better notes on our lessons. So many things to do and remember, so all the more reason to be diligent with my note taking!

And then we finished the evening with some Bak Kut Teh hahaha I’m just making up for the first two years that we’ve lived here when I hadn’t yet discovered this wonderful dish! 😊 

Bak Kut Teh again 😊
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