Vienna International Hotel Changsha Furong Square
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... reminded his colleague that Yuelu tell the story of traditional Chinese higher education, rather than its present state. We discussed the pros and cons of both the lecture method, and interactive methods. Which was better suited to produce the innovative, thoughtful problem-solvers that China needs, now and in the future?
I introduced the professors to the concept of the teacher becoming the ...
One evening when I'm having dinner with the grad students, Mia and Claudia are badgering Aaron to think through his buddies for possible boyfriend candidates (they are speaking Chinese, but Claudia often remembers to explain to me their general topics of conversation, if not all the details.)
"Aaron is asking what our requirements are," she grins.
"And what are you telling ...
... old and new, choosing the songs we'd present to each other during the next hour.
Mia warbled Avril Lavigne and went "Crazier, Crazier" for Taylor Swift. Aaron and Claudia chose Chinese singers, some of whom they knew from "The Voice of China," the equivalent of American Idol.
I introduced them to Abba's "Dancing Queen," Elton John's "Crocodile ...
... of functions turn into glorified lessons plus I had already turned down a job in Yi Yan (a city an hours drive to the north of Changsha) which was very similar. Plus I wanted to have a goodnight with my friends. Jacob was coming up from Shenzen and wanted the chance of an awesome night out with my former room mate from Beijing. But I decided I would hear her out a least. All she wanted was someone to wear fancy dress and play a few "traditional Halloween" party games ...
... conversation produced shrieks of laughter from the little leader's friends. After this short exchange, the group decided it had experienced enough bravery for one day, and toppled back down the stairs and onto the sidewalk, looking back at us as they disappeared around the corner.
Several days later, Aaron and Mia, two of our grad student guides, were touring us through downtown ...