Finally the respect I deserve. People look at me here like I am able to do anything. On my first day of class here when the teacher discovered I was from America I think I saw a few tears trickle from his eyes. Always referring to me as the American student and referring to me more often than others. It was uniform for the other teacher…maybe it’s the standard around here. I had some Chinese guy stop me on the street and ask if I knew how to teach English or in other words if I would teach him English. Returning to my room a girl stopped kissing her boyfriend walked away from him and started kissing me! The perks of being an American….alright, that last one isn’t all true. She stopped kissing him walked up to me and asked if I would tutor her in math!? Like it’s just okay to assume I am good at math? I told her I was horrible at math and apologized. Some Chinese lady on a train asked me to open a bottle of water for her, said she was unable. I instantly open it for her and realize my nephews could have opened that bottle of water and my nieces! She was either hitting on me or is suffering from some sort of bottle opening disease.
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