It is cold here. Funny but when you ask natives if we get snow here they all say no however this past weekend we had snow flurries. I'm guessing that they meant none that sticks.
Nate is doing well with his studies and while in Hong Kong, I'm going to see about getting some more books for him. We also finally have a Chinese Tutor and we will start the week we get back from Hong Kong.
Tonight I judged an English Speech contest along with four other teachers of English, but I was the only native English speaker. It was fun, we heard 13 contestants and they all spoke on 'Marching to Your Dream' We heard a variety of different abilities and I'm proud to say that they all did a great job in that they took what they are learning and used it in such an out of the box way. I look forward to being able to do this again.
I have some video of my playing guitar here on Youku.com China's version of YouTube. Email me and I can get the address for you. I also have a video of our first dusting of snow on Dec. 1, 2012 don't think you can actually see the snow on the video, but trust me it was snowing, very lightly it snowed all day and there was NO accumulation at all.
Also, I have been working on writing. I've submitted to a few contests so I should find out by January if I have won anything.
Not many pictures, but I'm sure I'll have lots to share of Hong Kong!