Flight DL 5145 for Atlanta leaves from gate 9 in 29 minutes. From there I’ll switch to DL 129 and lay over in Seattle before heading to Beijing. Because, as you know, I live in Beijing.
Well, you might not know that, because if you follow me via my blog, then you haven’t heard about anything that’s happened since my 4 year-old grad school computer reached such a point in its glorious decomposition that it finally wandered out of usability.
That’s a mixed metaphor but I have no time to change it. The flight is boarding now. So, to update all of you as quickly as possible:
I stayed in Haikou, unemployed, for about five months.
I actually went on that dating show, FCWR.
I thought it was horrible but the editing made it good.
It got me a job offer in Beijing doing event marketing for car brands.
I moved to Beijing three months ago and am in the States to get my work visa.
I’m finally legal.
I finally have a usable computer.
I’m going back right now.
The blog is wiped as clean as my history of illegal employment. Hope you enjoy all the blank space around here. I made it just for you.
From the Shreveport Regional Airport, this is your captain Zhou Shuhua speaking. Welcome to the new age, and hope you all have a pleasant journey.