Ian took some quick photos of the school before we went to lunch. You'll notice that one of the biggest differences between here and our school in Korea is that everything is very lived-in. In China (or at least Jinan) few things are without a bit of schmutz. It takes a bit of getting used to, especially for an American. In Korea, things were discarded and replaced once they began to show signs of use.
After lunch we went to a large supermarket not far from our apartment. It's called Spar and it's a German brand (in name only, just like the WalMart). I know many of you live for the posts of "weird" findings from the shops, so I figured I'd dive right in. China is a bit stranger to a Westerner than Korea, so I'm sure there will be many more of these posts to follow as well.