My volunteering experience of helping to build a library and a computer room in Dubreka, Guinea, with URBOND and seeing one of the poorest countries in the world.
Yesterday I had my last classes with Junior 1 students. This day was so special and emotional. It was hard for me to look at
The most surprising present I’ve received from my students to make me stay in China longer.y learning how to read a dog’s body language….
Highlights of Sichuan province: Jiuzhaigou National Park, Chengdu’s Giant Panda Breeding Research and Ei Mei Mountains (2/2)
In my previous note, I’ve mentioned how spectacular the Giant Buddha from Leshan is, pointing out that going is a must when traveling in China.
If you are a traveller or a Discovery channel watcher, you probably know what the Leshan Giant Buddha (樂山大佛) is and what it looks like.
On 20th March 2012, my school officially opened Spring season by organising various outdoor activities such as running, jumping, playing basketball and badminton competitions, drawing
I love traveling and I find China an extremely interesting place in terms of culture, tradition, history and food. Nevertheless, I came here not only
Most of my friends kept asking me: “Do Chinese people celebrate Christmas at all?” Well, the answer is No, because they don’t consider this tradition
1st September, my first day in Biancheng high school. I woke up in the morning, very excited to meet the staff. Firstly, I took a part
Pictures taken in Huayuan, the Biancheng High School where I teach English.