Chaperoning the Junior Statesmen 2011

Trip Start Jul 28, 2007
Trip End Ongoing

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Capital Normal University

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Friday, July 1, 2011

Looking for me this month? Well, you won't find me unless you're in Beijing or Xi'an, China. I'm here with 27 U.S. high school students with futures so bright they call themselves the Junior Statesmen of America. They want to learn about China and have a bit of fun as well, so myself, Chinese History Professor Elvira Hammond, and local citizen Jane Wang are here to show them a thing or two ... and try as we might to keep them out of trouble. It's been a fun and adventurous month for students and staff alike, with nary a moment for any of us to come down from our tippy-tippy toes.
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Raghvendra on

Nice collection....

Jean Olszak on

And you get paid to do this? Looks like a lot of fun.

radsolv on

Hope I wasn't a bore. I commented on a number of photos and resisted adding more. My two months in China were just so rewarding and memorable.

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