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... university emphasized that the direct transmission of information, intended to be memorized by students in order to pass a test, was not helping China to develop creative thinkers or problem solvers. So, in my classroom, I've designed as many activities as possible to help the professors experience some alternatives to the downloads of information via lectures.
So far, they've participated in ...
... season. Changsha is internationally famous for its fireworks, exporting them around the world. The city also received the honor of supplying all the big bangs for the Beijing Olympics.
It's a short but crowded walk to the fireworks viewing area. The six lanes of vehicle traffic between us and the river is at a standstill, so Aaron scampers across and reaches the other side with no problem. ...
"You celebrate Hallowe'en in Changsha?" I asked Claudia last weekend, my attention attracted by an advertisement at the bottom of an escalator in a downtown mall.
"Yes!" she said, scanning the ad's QR code with her phone, and peering at the results. "And there are going to be some activities. Do you want to go?"
Does a ghost say boo?
So, on Friday ...
If I am honest, Halloween has never truly been my favorite holiday. Partly because I never went trick or treating when I was little and partly because I find the notion of it uncomfortable knocking on a random persons door asking for sweets. So you would think that by moving to China, I might escape Halloween for the year, how wrong I was.
One thing I will say about Halloween however is that is a good excuse for an easy lesson for myself. I would not ...
... Twice, Aaron was approached by 20-something-year old strangers, who put a cameras in his hands and said they wanted him to take a picture of them posing with us. The same thing happened with a young waitress in a restaurant last week. I'm sure our smiles in those photos looked as bemused as we felt.
But my favorite experiences have been with the mothers and grandmothers of ...