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Lucy
Lucy

This is Lucy, one my newest students (as of Spring 2015). 

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Eiffel and Mini
Eiffel and Mini
Yaya with Her David
Yaya with Her David

Each student has an English name. But sometimes I have a hard time calling students by their English name. For some reason, I think that their Chinese name is more suitable. 

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First Day of Class
First Day of Class
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Surprise for Sarah
Surprise for Sarah

I spent a little extra on a rose cake. I was told that the cake was actually owe flavored. It was, in fact, delicious. But I am not sure if it tasted like rose. At one point, Sarah held back some tears. She said that this was the first time that she has been surprised with a cake. It was the first time she had been given a cake at work. Also, it was the first time that she has celebrated a birthday away from her family. I am glad that we could make it special. Sometimes, the little things means the most. It was an important memory for everyone present.

 A small wood carving of a Chinese goddess given to me from one of the parents that he hand carved. It sits at the window behind my office desk. 

A small wood carving of a Chinese goddess given to me from one of the parents that he hand carved. It sits at the window behind my office desk. 

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Lucy
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Eiffel and Mini
Yaya with Her David
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First Day of Class
peter's bday party.jpg
photographers.jpg
noodles.jpg
workshop.jpg
Surprise for Sarah
 A small wood carving of a Chinese goddess given to me from one of the parents that he hand carved. It sits at the window behind my office desk. 
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Lucy

This is Lucy, one my newest students (as of Spring 2015). 

Eiffel and Mini
Yaya with Her David

Each student has an English name. But sometimes I have a hard time calling students by their English name. For some reason, I think that their Chinese name is more suitable. 

First Day of Class
Surprise for Sarah

I spent a little extra on a rose cake. I was told that the cake was actually owe flavored. It was, in fact, delicious. But I am not sure if it tasted like rose. At one point, Sarah held back some tears. She said that this was the first time that she has been surprised with a cake. It was the first time she had been given a cake at work. Also, it was the first time that she has celebrated a birthday away from her family. I am glad that we could make it special. Sometimes, the little things means the most. It was an important memory for everyone present.

A small wood carving of a Chinese goddess given to me from one of the parents that he hand carved. It sits at the window behind my office desk. 

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