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... My visit to Yuelu Academy gave me a different lens through which to consider the question's answer. The activities I had been asking the professors to consider trying with their students pushed against the cultural mass of more than 1000 years of two Chinese higher education traditions: the teacher as lecturer, and the teacher as the sole expert in the classroom. Were my Western ideas about how ...
... of crimson, silver, gold and pink. The sky is a gallery of waterfalls, hairy spiders, spinning wheels, sun sparkles on snow. The colors arch, and zip, and gyrate. And just when I think the spectacle can't go on much longer, another burst rockets into the darkness.
Twenty minutes later, we cheer the finale. All of us are grinning, wide-eyed, delighted children as we make our way back ...
... After dinner, the grad students considered what we should do next. "Do you like karaoke, Pam?" Well, sure, why not. I'm envisioning going to a bar to sing off-key in front of a crowd of strangers. But when we arrived at a place called the Happy Puppy, Aaron collected two microphones at a pay booth and led us down a hallway flashing with neon lights. This didn't look like any ...
... found really beautiful.
A couple of days ago, I received a message from Jess saying that one of my grade 1 students parents had invited us out for lunch. Being unable to turn down a chance of quality food being paid for by someone else, I was delighted to accept the invitation. It was a lovely meal in a hotel restaurant. Anne (the parent) brought Jerry (my student) along and it was really nice to meet a parent and here what my students tell their parents about ...
... a little local eatery that makes a pretty decent cappuccino. It was shortly after 12 noon, and many children from a nearby elementary school were going home for lunch. We noticed a pack of little boys approach the restaurant, then stop, look at us and point, speaking to each other in excited Chinese. They began to giggle behind their hands and, like a litter of romping puppies, pushed ...