Chinese New Year

It’s the last day before the New Year break. There are fewer students and wanted to do something fun with the kids. I tried to play with typography, and it was fun. The kids liked the idea of playing around in English to make it look like Chinese. It was both fun and creative task.

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If We Were Vampires

“I started to examine my own notions about mortality, when I realized that to write a love song, you have to write a death song. Love doesn’t mean as much without death. If I agree to marry someone, that’s a big risk, because I only have one life. If I lived forever, what would it […]

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Hong Kong’s Food Delivery Waste Problem

Delivery Waste in Hong Kong The food arrived on a metal tray with a metal cover to keep in the heat. Inside, was a stone pot of rice, mixed vegetables, an egg, and some meat mixed to make mixed rice or stone bibimbap. The side dishes were all on metal or heavy reusable plastic plates […]

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Group Work

Group work is hard. The kids are not used to it. In most classes in Hong Kong, the teacher stands at the front giving a lecture while the kids are told to sit quietly. Usually, there is a PowerPoint but few games or activities. Looking in, the lessons are dry. The kids are yawning. As […]

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