Well, today I went back to the shopping center with Danny, Courtney, and Bailey. Every store that I went into, there was a salesperson following me literally the entire time. I don't know if that is normal with the culture here, but I almost felt like I was getting intruded upon. I did find some really cool clothes for my family and a couple pairs of sunglasses. After my afternoon powernap, the students took us out for Chinese bbq. It was DELICIOUS. It seriously reminded me of eating at the state fair..but much better/healthier. I cannot get over how good the food is here, especially the corn (I am weird like that). I ate enough food for two people and it cost me literally 4 USD. I would have spent at least 20 on all of the food I ate at a fair back in the states. It was also interesting how they served it too. Everything was grilled up to order and brought to us. Then we were given the bill after finishing the meal. I was not expecting it to be like a restaurant, but that was pretty neat. The bus ride to and from was interesting too. On the way there, it was super packed, but when we came back, the bus that we got on was empty. Apparently it is extremely difficult to get a cab in Tianjin on a Sunday night, and even more difficult to get one on a Saturday night, as Bailey, Courtney, Danny, Josh, and myself found out. That is all for today though. Class again tomorrow and then to the Tianjin museum! One week left before Shanghai!