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I have about 7 classes of Small Stars every week, ranging from the absolute beginners up. They are (usually!) a lot of fun, but sometimes they can be very irritating, as with any kids!
In 1 class we are doing a unit called 'Let's take a photo' and the lesson plan said to show them some photos. I didn't have my USB with family photos with me that day, so decided I would take pictures of the kids instead to reinforce the vocabulary.
As you will ...
... they write what was sent. I'll remind you: I live in one of the richest and most technologically advanced cities in China, and this stuff still occurs.
To compare to the U.S. system: Desiree also sent a letter from Japan to the U.S. for my parents, and that took two weeks...compared to 4 months.
Here's another example. Before I came to China my first time, I obviously had to get a work visa. In the U.S., it took 4 days to get it done. I had a ...
... poverty. There will be many tear and broken hearts. I might not be used to this kind of life at first. It may bring discomfort. However, this trip allows me to go through a different life that I have never had, but many children in my country are going through. I will appreciate the life I now have and determine to work hard to fight for the children who are not as lucky as I am.
[A place to contribute to (or give back to) a community]
I'm certainly a liberal guy, but I'm also a realistic one. One thing that has grown increasingly annoying on Facebook and everywhere else in the U.S. is the constant complaining without doing. Nobody knows what life is like on the outside, but complain about the inside. I was definitely one of those people. I thought I was enlightened when I criticized the U.S. for this and that--I was a grown, informed adult speaking out. Though there were plenty of people ...
To jesteśmy już we właściwych Chinach, chociaż nadal w nowoczesnym
mieście. Już po przekroczeniu granicy widać różnice między HK a
Shenzhen. Po pierwsze jest brudno – już za bramkami granicy jest syf, śmieci na ulicy. Ludzie tez wyglądają gorzej - podrobione torebki LV (dokładnie takie same jakie można kupić od ciemnoskórych we ...