The pandemic has been here longer than anyone has expected. You might think by now we are used to being isolated in our home, wearing masks, setting a routine with whatever we have adjusted our lives to. Right? Not really. In a way, we will never get used to this new “normal” because part ofContinue reading “Do You Need to Hit Your Reset Button?”
By Keri Schnabel Have an interest in learning Chinese? The best way to learn a language is to immerse yourself as much as possible. Imagine an opportunity to study at almost any university in China, on a full scholarship, with housing provided and a stipend to cover most other living expenses! It’s all possible withContinue reading “Applying for the CSC Chinese Government Scholarship”
Being creative doesn’t require a college degree in journalism or English, although most college graduates who have a degree in journalism and English are creative people. The reverse is not necessarily true. We are all born with certain creativity in us. We have it to some degree. If you use it, exercise it, nurture it,Continue reading “How to be Creative – Become a Contributor on our Blog”
When it comes to self-care, most mothers don’t even want to think about it because the very word, self-care, conjures up an image of selfishness. “How could I put myself before my child? “Or my family?” These may be the thoughts that go through your head as you think of self-care. Let me say itContinue reading “So, You Think “Self-care is Selfish? Read on…”
My blog this morning is my comments on this article, “Is Learning on Zoom the Same as In Person? Not to Your Brain” by Stephen Noonoo. A link to the podcast is given at the end of my post. I think this is one of the most useful articles I read during this pandemic. ForContinue reading ““Is Learning on Zoom the Same as In Person? Not to Your Brain?”
Chinese New Year is the most important of all the holidays to the Chinese people. It is also known as the Spring Festival or 春节 (春節). In Mainland China, it is celebrated for 15 days. All government agencies and schools are closed for this holiday. The following slide show illustrates the most popular and traditionalContinue reading “Chinese New Years Foods Slideshow”
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