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    NJ native without the accent or the big hair. Currently residing in Beijing. Teaching English. Absorbing all things China. Exploring SE Asia.

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Fall semester so far in pictures


Saying goodbye to our friend, Mark Erikson. We miss him here this year! The RDFZ team is not the same!


Chinese people celebrate a traditional holiday called Mid-Autumn festival in September by giving out these mooncakes.


A student took me to the Olympic men’s indoor volleyball finals where we watched the gold/silver and bronze games. It was great to see the US bring home the gold!


We had the week off for National Day, so I went to the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, a province of northern China, with ten other teachers to visit the grasslands and Gobi desert.


We slept in a yurt! It was cold!


Caleb and I went for a roll in the desert inside this inflated ball.


Strapped to the inside. Note the attractive sand boots.


Anna and I are glad to share an apartment again this year!


The gang – Caleb McCollim, Tim Neetz, David Skillings, Mark Caterinacci, Colleen Derry, Ann Foley, Michelle Vanden Berg, myself, Anna Hayes, Kate Talbott, Laura Robison

Sunset over the Gobi – what a great trip!

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One Response

  1. what’s a Yurt?
    That ball looks like so much fun. Now you can understand a Hamster’s life! I love looking at all the pictures you post from time to time (or upload in other places).

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