Last Saturday, Huaihai Evening Paper organized a boat trip to Hexia. Eight expats joined together with nine readers of Huaianer, rented a boat and had a 6-hour trip to Hexia. During the tour in the ancient town of Hexia, we had some nice interaction with local residents.
10 things you must do in Huai’an
Huai’an has hundreds of different things for you to do, but which are the ten best? It’s virtually impossible for any two people to agree, so we’ve put together a list of the 10 best tourist attractions that we think every tourist to Huai’an will enjoy.
On March 8, 2014, 7 French students arrived in Huai’an to study as exchange students for 4 months. Next month, they will finish their internships in Huai’an, and go back home. This Tuesday, Huaihai Evening Paper interviewed some of them. Guillaume Deniboire and Axel Jacob are from the University of Poitiers, and Gaëlle Maguet from the University of Angouleme in France.
Yoyo said she once paid the credit card debt wrongly. She used 3 credit cards in Hong Kong and when she came back she didn't pay the correct amount to the respective cards. And later she found a large amount shown on her credit card statement.Just remind you to use Alipay to organize your credit cards, so you won't have the same story as Yoyo did. 8-)
Here, let's meet Chara from Jinhu.
Chara Watts (England), having studied Chinese in England for 4 years, she continued with her study in Ningbo in spring and summer, 2010, so it is Chara’s second time in China. Chara lives and teaches English in Jinhu County and enjoys coming to downtown Huai’an to visit her friends. She is a regular at the expat dinners. Chara has a distinct advantage over most of the rest of the expat group with her knowledge of the language. Chinese is not the only language Chara speaks, and she has great fluency in Russian and French, a working knowledge of Serbo Croat, and a little acquaintance with Spanish as well.