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... thought and design. China needs to head that way and get out of the factories. It will start with these teachers when they go back and teach hundreds of children how to think and use their minds to design. Mr. Lu gave an amazing speech...he always knows exactly what to say and how to say it. He always speaks from the heart and never forgets a thing or leaves anyone out! He had a famous Chinese quote that he shared, "It is difficult to meet as well as depart." ...
... being a little zany. Brenda, one of the other teachers in my primary group, and I led everyone in what has now become the Institute’s annual closing song, "Make New Friends, and Keep the Old, One is Silver and the Other Gold." Amazingly enough, we also pulled off a round, too, with 240 people!
Today, there were the official speeches by the vice president of the university and a solemn ceremony where we handed out ...
... stepping back and looking in. I am savoring so much of life instead of jumping in and getting lost in the shuffle of craziness. I only have to 'B'! LOL Savor, savor, savor. In my time here, I may not have made everyone understand the importance of teaching and allowing children to think...but I sure as heck showed them the importance of smiling! May you have many smiles today...or at least one to savor:) Love to all.
... fresh. Watermelon and cantaloupe and plump bananas that taste a sweet I’ve never had always hit the spot.
And lychees. Fresh ones that are less than three days old? Divine! My students know that I love them, so I have a constant supply of them that I’ve been sharing! They’ve been trying to get me to eat longquans, a smaller lychee-type of fruit, but I always go back to my true love, lychees!
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