(5)One of my first acts in landing in the Middle Kingdom was making a pilgrimage by train across China to Shandong, to visit the shrine to Confucius. It belongs
(3)Russ asks for clarification about which students I was referring to. Well, these are my ideas and perhaps you have better ones as to how to deal with it. To be
(25)Hi Russ, I don't mean to be reductionistic on the subject. As explained, I am working with third-tier students. These are kids who are afraid to open
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(10)Lol, Dave. Snake wine is one of my favorite beverages here in China (we have drunk ecstatic and elaborate fugues long into the night on the substance - and if
(3)<> A Spanish-language movie with French subtitles will probably cause chaos in the brain for 4 minutes or so, until your brain understands
(5)<> Some programs have students sitting at their individual computers with a webcam. The teacher occupies the main chunk of computer screen.
(4)《idealized presentation of the university experience》 Of course the presentation is idealized, Dave. Idealization is at the heart of all cognitive
(20)Fortunately I've only had the pleasure of meeting hard-working Chinese students in the U.S. They are respectful of my teaching and are proud to be in the U.S.
(4)<> Yes, I agree. A little push from behind helps. As you say, you can't be the moral police, although ideally you should be.
(4)<> One err is the same as another to me. It's the size that I gauge. It's like feeding a child too much, or too little. I have also counted the number
(3)<> I am as open-minded as they come, Nelson, but I have to draw the line at "stinky tofu." My kids keep telling me it is tasty. I have smelled it and tasted
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