With the new season just around the corner our only goalkeeper decided he didn't want to be a keeper anymore. With him being the only keeper we have, and good in goal we refused and told him we really want and need him to be the keeper.
Unfortunately he had already made up his mind, and decided he didn't want to be between the sticks this season, so has left to join an unknown team and will supposedly be playing outfield.
This leaves us searching for a keeper with only a week until the new season. If anyone is interested in playing for us in goal. Please get in touch as soon as possible!
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Just want to tell you about all the cinemas in Ximending where I live. There are loads. I have 6 cinemas near by my home. What this means is, if there is a movie you want to watch, and it does not match your time then you can just walk around in a 5 to 10 minute radius and find one that suits your needs.
Ambassador(Big Cinema behind my apartment)
First of all I want to tell you about the cinema with the huge screen around the back of our apartment. I don't remember its name because I have only been there once to see R.E.D. This cinemas main screen is huge. It really is the biggest cinema screen I think I have seen. Even bigger than the IMAX in the Metrocentre. The sound inside is awesome too. It really is the best cinema I have been to here for the sound and picture quality. A lot of people here seem to like the Viewshow Cinemas but I think they are just average compared to this bad boy!
The other ones however are really small I have been told so if you go to this one, yo…
We seen other peoples pictures from the 3D Trick Art Exhibition online, and deciding that we wanted to go. We arranged to meet Joy and her little sister a week before we actually went, but we originally had planned to go there in the afternoon. Joy then called Jen when we were on our way there, and said there is a 3 hour wait so we ended up just buying tickets and going 1 week later than we had planned to.
So another week rolled by and it was a Sunday again, we had arranged to meet Joy and her sisters earlier this time, at 9am. Needless to say I think I had the latest night staying up all night to watch football but I was the first one there waiting outside of Shilin MRT station for Jen. When she called me to say she would not be there for a while, I decided to go outside and get some breakfast. I got one of those Chinese Pizza things from near Shilin MRT there so damn nice, and I wish I could one around here in Xiemen. I ordered in Chinese and tried to have a small conversation …
People back home often ask me all the time one of these questions:
"Hey Mark how are you doing? And how are things going for you over there in China?"
"Hey Mark, what's it like living in Thailand? I have always wanted to go there!!"
This bugs me a lot, as I don't know how many times I have tried to tell them I am not currently in China or Thailand and I am in Taiwan. Taiwan is a country, yes it is small but it does not belong to any other country.
Most people around the world clearly know that they are all different. Just because China likes to claim Taiwan is theirs but it really is not. Also I know Taiwan and Thailand have the same sound at the start of the countries name, but they are very clearly two different countries, with very different histories and traditions.
It is really disappointing for me that so many people back home seem like they don't really know a lot. Either that or they are very ignorant about things in the world. Surely someon…