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... aren't as good as ours are, however. Peter invited us to teach at his school. The International teachers only work four days a week.
After Peter and Patrick left Belinda, Lewis, Abby and Patrick II stopped by to say hello. Patrick brought me a beautiful hanging Chinese calendar and a Chairman Mao paperweight. Joan went to Starbucks to buy a cup and she was late getting back because she couldn't find a cab. Abby entertained us with dancing and poses for ...
... names. Daphne's Brother 's Father-in-law is Mr. Bear 1. Friend of Father-in-law is Mr. Bear 2. Daughter of Mr. Bear 1 is Little Bear. Daphne's Brother and Husband of Little Bear is Mr. Clark Mr. Bear 1 is a self taught musician. He plays the erhu, a traditional Chinese instrument, the violin and guitar. His music was beautiful to listen to. He played songs on the erhu and then the violin for us. He also makes violins, and just finished one to give to a ...
One of the teachers was a woman named Lena. We didn't get to talk to her very much when she was in Cincinnati. She teaches at a vocational high school. Out of her 40-50 students in a class, only about 2 go on to college. All of the rest finish high school and go out and get a job. There are about 10,000 students in Lena's school. For English, she is just concerned that they learn vocabulary dealing with their ...
... Co. Ltd. Gene and I stayed with John and his family the first few times we came to China. At this time John's father was Vice President of LiuGong. In fact, he gave us a tour of his company and showed us a big piece of machinery made in Cincinnati! Feng, John's neighbor and who lived with us in Cincinnati, his father was president of this company. He is now retired. Feng is working there as a mechanical engineer. ...
... And then I told them the story of how Gene proposed to me, by putting a note in a fortune cookie, which said 'Joan, will you marry me'? So when I cracked the cookie open I was so surprised to see the note and I said 'Yes'! They all said 'Ohhhhhh and clapped and said Gene was so romantic! I said yes he was and still is. Then a girl in this class said her English was so poor and this was the first time she had ever spoken to a foreigner. I then proceeded to tell her that ...