Settling in Wuhan is hot. Wuhan is Humid. As I write this (30/8/12), it's currently 9.30pm, and it's 32ºC and hazy. Being international students, we actually get truly spoiled compared to the locals. I've been hiding indoors for most of the day in air-conditioned comfort watching buildings 1-2km away disappear and reappear from the haze. … Continue reading The First Days (Part 2)
Today was the start of class. Or at least it should have been if it wasn't surprise-cancelled. But it still meant a 7am wakeup, which turned into 6am. So instead I spent the day wandering through campus with a camera and captured the good, the bad and the ugly. And then I got home, set the photos … Continue reading Zzzzzz
My first few posts will all be strung together because I have only just been able get internet access from my laptop. I'll post a big chunk each day until I run out (roughly wednesday). Most of this was written the day after I arrived Departure Walking through Sydney Airport customs at 10pm is a … Continue reading The first days
Allow me to share my adventures and non sequitur from Wuhan, Hubei, China. I make no promises as to the frequency of my updates, only because the internet is touchy at best. I'll tweet (@abradner) when I update, so follow me for updates.