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... kids live in decent conditions.
We were greeted by a group of about 15 ADORABLE little girls, all giggling and smiling at the large group of foreigners entering their home. At first, of course, they were a little shy! But they warmed up, as most babies do. The girls were probably within the age range of 3-5 years old. They're really little for their ages though, considering Chinese people are much smaller than American people are (generally speaking). We hung out and ...
... of Guizhou are not getting a proper eduction on the English language because their teachers are not teaching them verbal English. The tragedy is that in China at the end of high school, every student in every province must take the High School Exit Exam (HSEE) - a test that literally determines the rest of their lives. Their score on that test signals which colleges they can and cannot go to because each college has a cut off score in which they do ...
... Lucy Dai: To be happy today
Lainey: To enrich myself by learning, and to earn enough money.
Ella: Own a company
Jo: My main goal is to be happy
Layla: To have a future
Justin: For myself and my family to have a good life
It's going to be tough leaving all of these kiddos behind. They have such big hearts!
We miss you all back home, and hope that things are well! We're sending you all our love! Xoxo
... the students. Even in formal settings like a meeting, most of the time the Chinese people will ask the foreigners to sing. We were approached to sing at the end of the competition, but thankfully one of the older male Chinese teachers took our place on stage and sang an a cappella version of a traditional Chinese song. Singing is a huge part of the culture in this region and no Chinese person would ever pass up the chance to break out in song. ...
There's a student at our school named Shi Lang that EVERYONE loves. His English name, which he chose for himself, is Michael Jordan (like the basketball player). He's easily the sweetest, most loving person I've ever met, and I thought I should share with you all the light he's shining here on campus. Every single time we pass by Michael, he smiles the brightest smile and says "HELLLOOOOO!" with so ...
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