The football game last night…
The Swedish guys at my group said, we were not going to have meetings at school or any places where we have chance to meet the guys from Netherlands…
It’s about… internet.
In Halmstad, people can have access to internet almost all the time.
The whole university is covered by wi-fi. With a student account, people can surf on the internet for free. The city library also provide free wireless internet. If you have an iPhone or any phone with access to wi-fi, you can always get free internet on the campus on in the center.
Even there is free internet at the free language school I go to. The log-in account is the same as one registered in the city library.
That is great! I am kind of a person who can not live without internet for more than 10 hours.
I’m writing this because a lot of people might not know that almost all the high schools provide free internet access to all who have city library accounts. I tried in three different high schools. All worked.
It is a real, traditional Chinese festival and one of the most important.
According to the lunar calender, tonight is the night when the moon is the fullest of the year. In the Chinese tradition, it is time for a family reunion. Usually we have dinner, drink liquor and eat moon cakes (a special kind of round thick small cakes for this festival) under the moon. The autumn in China, at least the region I am from, is not so cold as in Sweden now. It’s such a pleasure to enjoy the cool autumn night.
In the Chinese mythology, there lives a beautiful woman named Chang’E in the moon (Chang Ö might be closer to the right way of saying it). They say that if you are drunk enough tonight, you might be able to see her dancing with long sleeves in the moon.
Source of the picture: http://www.chinancient.com/change/change-02/