Mar 8, 2013
Mar 8, 2013
Dec 17, 2011 After they finished writing their Chinese characters with ink and calligraphy brushes, the students are now decorating their banners in the style typically used for Chinese New Year's. The students were provided with some traditional examples.
Dec 13, 2011 The students used special paper, water and calligraphy brushes to work on their Chinese calligraphy. You write on the paper with the water and brush, the character appears and then slowly fades away so you can reuse the paper. It's a great way to practice.
Dec 13, 2011 The students are now using ink with paper to write their Chinese characters. The final step is to decorate the character sheet to make a great decoration for our New Year's Celebration next month!
Nov 17, 2011 Here are some pictures from the sixth graders making infomercial posters to sell "amazing" school supplies.
Nov 24, 2010 We visited the Yonghegong, the largest Buddhist Temple in Beijing. People still worship there. There are also pictures of my hotel and room, a grocery store, as well as the final night banquet. During the banquet, they invited some foreign teachers up to learn a dance on stage.
Nov 22, 2010 Here are some more pictures from my trip. There are some food pictures as well as pictures from the Forbidden City. The food pictures are from a Beijing Duck restaurant and a hot pot restaurant. Try to find the eagle!
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