Archive for September, 2012

Sapa, Vietnam: A Storybook Paradise

After walking around, dripping sweat, for the majority of my two months of travel around Southeast Asia (some days were 110F with intense humidity), I had come to the end […]

Five Things I’ve Learned About My Students

After my first week of teaching, I’m left ecstatic and exhausted. I’m really pleased with how great my students are; how much they understand; how willing they are to participate; […]

No Facebook in China

I can’t access WordPress in China. I can legally read my website, but I can’t log in to administer it. The government has an intense censorship on certain social media […]

My Apartment in China

A lot of you have asked about my living situation in China and all I have to say is it’s no Thai hut, but it’s a nice enough place to […]

At Home on Campus: Peizheng, China

I weaved my way effortlessly through customs and found a nervous-looking young lady holding a piece of printer paper with my name on it. “You look not same,” she told […]

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