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... am not sure our students or our community is ready for this change.
Whether we like it or not Asia will determine our Education Systems in the coming years. I think in some ways we can learn much from this system; in instilling an importance on education with students. In educating students that they do not need university qualifications are we guiding them down the wrong path? With an increased Asian population in Australia these are the people we will be ...
... seem to have everything that you can imagine or hope to imagine. The street, which is filled with tourists and locals that roam the streets of street stand food to brand name clothing. One of the things that seem to be impossible is a Cat Cafe which is, as the name says, a cafe filled with cats. The cafe was rather small, but that only means that we can have more time with the cats that climb up and down the tables and chairs.
... built a 100m flagpole within the village, North Korea responded by building a 160 m tall pole supporting a flag that weighs 600 lbs. When the South built government buildings within the DMZ, the North built ones taller. When the South Korea military attempted to cut down a tree that was blocking their view into North Korea, the North retaliated and killed them all.
After a short drive on a road flanked by hundreds on landmines on either side, we pulled up to ...
... never suspect what a large temple complex can be found behind the gates! The great statue of Maitreya Buddha, at 23 meters, is the tallest statue of Maitreya Buddha in Korea and has become the pride of Bongeunsa. The construction started in 1986 and took ten years to complete.
... plaza up to the cable car station.
N Seoul Tower Observatory Admission fee:
Children (Ages 4-12): 3,000 won/ Teens and Adults (Ages 13-64): 8,000 won / Senior (Ages 65+): 5,000 won
- By Cable Car
Fare: Round-trip: 6,300 won, One-way: 4,800 won (Hours: 10:00~22:30)