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... gave me a drawing she did of the countryside. She said she has been taking art lessons since primary school. I asked her how long it took her to do this drawing and she said four hours. Again, the students free time is so precious, that it makes the gift that much more meaningful to me. It looks like I'm going to have to redecorate my China Room! Well we finally got our skype session in and all went well. This is the Chinese class in Springfield High School that ...
... mile. Next there was every type of grain imaginable, in big burlap sacks, with the tops open. Some were white, while others were red and blue, black and yellow. When we finally vacated this area we ended up surrounded with fresh vegetables and fruit. People were delivering them and buying them from stands. Next we found ourselves in an outdoor area that sold all kinds of women's and men's clothes and shoes and hats.
When we were finished at the open air market, we ...
... I have visited many times. Liuzhou is the second largest city in Quangxi and is the region's industrial center. According to statistics issued by the Liuzhou government in 2009, the city's GNP was 103.2 billion yuan. Two of the most important companies based in Liuzhou are LiuGong, a multinational construction machinery manufacturer and SAIC-GM-Wuling Automobile, a joint venture between GM, SAIC Motor and Liuzhou ...
... Then we went into the next class and were presented with another bouquet of flowers and gifts and cards. Gene and I gave the same presentation on Cincinnati. Afterwards there were questions from the students. I got asked again about how we celebrate Christmas and New Year's. One girl asked Gene to tell them our 'love story' ( meaning how did we meet and get married). Gene deferred the question to me and I told them how Gene and I met at a dance and gave them a few details ...
... visit her school the next time I'm in Liuzhou. Scott works at Springfield High School and asked if I'd be interested in Skyping with a class of students taking a Chinese class taught by a Chinese teacher. I said I would be very much interested. The teacher's name is Jing. I spoke with her tonight by skyping and we worked out how to do this. We will skype her first period class and divide the time between my students and hers. The first half of class, my ...