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... Chinese Kungfu Masters.
After returning to our dorms at Beijing Normal High School, at around 10:30 pm, we all crashed hard. Tomorrow we have a long day ahead of us again. When quick comment, "Is daddy in jail?" My daughter asked this when seeing pictures of me inside or dorm rooms here. :)
I apologize for the lack of pictures lately. I will do my best to upload some.
... hacky sack, and almost everything else. The traditional hacky sack is made of metal rings that look like tin coins (for weight) and feathers (for flight) protruding out of the top.
Were then invited to our partners home, or we were taken to a restaurant with the other family members. I was picked up in a Cadillac, which would cost a lot more here in China due to the import tax. I can only share my personal ...
... are way below U.S. universities standards. Most Chinese would prefer to attend almost any U.S. university over a Chinese University (except if you are going to study Chinese or some other specialized major). Tsinghua University in Beijing is considered the best in China. Beijing Normal University, which is the Univ. of Oklahoma's sister school, is ranked in the top 5-15, depending on which poll ...
I knocked on doors this morning at around 7:15 am to do Taichi; Sam and Rodrigo were game. We met up with about 12 other students from another group. Our Chinese Taichi Instructor did not show up, so I decided to teach the kids some basic taichi. It was a little nerve wracking since we drew a big audience, but the kids did fine.
The kids are in Chinese class all day today, about 5 hours. They will be preparing for a YCT (Youth Chinese ...
Today was a big day with a lot to do and see. The kids did not have Chinese class today. Instead, they visited the Cultural Center here on Shandong University campus.
After a brief introduction to Confucius and Chinese culture, we were taken in groups to different rooms on the 24th floor. Each room had different activities that taught us more about the culture. The first station was the tea ceremony. The ...
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