Monthly Archives: March 2011

Nokia Class Two: Final Session

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Thousand Hand Guan Yin

In my Culture class, we just finished a discussion on disabilities. One student told me about this spectacular performance. Guan Yin is the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. The dancers are all deaf.

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A Passion For English

“I often think about how to learn English with more passion and improve the efficiency. Now I get a way from an English learning skiller, to treat English as your lover. As I have no boyfriend, I have English instead. … Continue reading

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Lunch: Before and After

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Wuyuan Tour

Wuyuan has been billed “The Most Beautiful Countryside in China.” The two day tour I took there only gave me a short view of the many attractions. The rapeflowers are in full bloom. I had never heard of the flowers … Continue reading

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Survival Chinese

Proud moment today: I ordered a water delivery at the corner store and asked what time it would be delivered, all in Chinese. I even understood the answer. A bystander asked if I was from Britain, and I answered I … Continue reading

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Wisdom From Student Journal

As the old saying goes, life’s three big happy events are succeed in the government examination, get married and run into an old friend in a distant land. Life’s three big sad events are father’s death when young, spouse’s death … Continue reading

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