Happy Meetings, Bittersweet Separations

My students returned to school today for graduation photos.  They do not take classes their final semester, so most already have jobs, internships, etc.  Some are already leaving for grad school!  I’ve known them for 3 years – love them so much! 

In our university, students don’t pick their classes.  Everyone in their class takes the same 10-11 classes together each semester.  Then they share a dorm.  So all 60 students in her class (Finance 1, 2013) have been together pretty much 24 hr a day for 4 years.  Making great memories, but sad goodbyes.  

Chinese #IceCream – You can have mine :p

The #Chinese concept of #icecream and my idea of a delicious treat are not the same 😂 This was a Chinese popsicle my student likes – green tea with a red bean filling.  Somehow not quite the same as good old fashioned Chocolate 😜
#greentea #RealChinese #Desert #foodie #Travel #lifeabroad #international #weirdfood 

Life in #China – Singing at #KTV is Awesome :)

I ❤ KTV and #music!! It’s the Chinese name for #Karaoke .  My students and I like to Visit this one because It’s cheaper during the day.  Usually in China, you can go during the day for a lot less than at night. Sometimes you can get a free room as long as you buy a certain amount of snacks 😄 It’s a great way for the students to practice their #esl 😃 This one just updated their pictures outside!

Graduation Approaches

My beloved students are abandoning me! Going off to newer and bettter things. Wishing them all the luck and love in the future!

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