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Our group has taken to the air. We look forward to their arrival back in Seattle with a new chapter of life under their belts.

 

Thank you to all the parents, teachers, instructors, and family that helped make this incredible journey a reality.

 

 

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In the Air

Dragons Administration,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Our group has taken to the air. We look forward to their arrival back in Seattle with a new chapter of life under their belts.   Thank you to all the parents, teachers, instructors, and family that helped make this incredible journey a reality.    

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04/9/13

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Dragons Administration

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Hello everyone, we headed out of Chengdu and up to Emei mountain for a bit of time to stretch our legs and clear our heads after many consecutive and busy days in major metropolitan areas. Everyone is doing well and we're excited for our final stint in Beijing.

 

Thanks to all 

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Up Emei Mountain

Kai Van Bodegom-Smith,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Hello everyone, we headed out of Chengdu and up to Emei mountain for a bit of time to stretch our legs and clear our heads after many consecutive and busy days in major metropolitan areas. Everyone is doing well and we’re excited for our final stint in Beijing.   Thanks to all 

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04/6/13

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Kai Van Bodegom-Smith

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Of all the various activities we did at the YK Pao School, the most fun was playing soccer. After a busy, and admittedly rather boring, day of classes, we wanted to do something enjoyable outside. Prior to coming to the school, we had already signed up for several choices of sports that were offered to us. These included athletics such as Frisbee, track and field, as well as a couple others. Unfortunately, most of us were a bit skeptical of how appealing these activities would be, so when we heard upon arrival that soccer was an option, we were pleasantly surprised. Soccer seemed as if it was the simplest and most commonly experienced sport for each of us (although there was still quite the disparity between us in terms of skill). Luckily we were able to use each of our best areas of expertise and effort in soccer to work together. But why would we need to develop a strategy of cooperation for a laid back game of soccer? Because this was no ordinary game of soccer, it was a football match up between Mei Guo and Zhong Guo. As a group of seven American boys, we were challenged by the school’s own soccer team to a grand scrimmage. We designated positions and went to work. Initially, I thought we would just joke around as the school’s really serious team creamed us. But what actually happened was that with some leadership by our skilled forwards of Jeremy, Zamir, and Robert, we became absolute beasts and demolished our competition. After each of the three goals we put up,  we all exfitedly yelled “Mei Guuoooo!!!” From then on, our Chinese opponents fell apart from our intimidating and unstoppable athletic force. It was a good day in the end.

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Common Ground

Graham Vidger,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Of all the various activities we did at the YK Pao School, the most fun was playing soccer. After a busy, and admittedly rather boring, day of classes, we wanted to do something enjoyable outside. Prior to coming to the school, we had already signed up for several choices of sports that were offered to […]

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04/4/13

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Graham Vidger

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Meeting some of the local people in China has been a very exciting experience for us. One person that stands out was a young kid that we met while eating at a Muslim Chinese noodle restaurant. This kid was shy at first but we were able to interact with by speaking with him in Chinese. When we first met the kid he would was very shy and could be slightly violent, especially with Robert. By talking to him we were able to eventually get him to take pictures with him. It was fun to be able to interact and talk with some of the local people.

 

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Local Kids

Jeremy Moss,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Meeting some of the local people in China has been a very exciting experience for us. One person that stands out was a young kid that we met while eating at a Muslim Chinese noodle restaurant. This kid was shy at first but we were able to interact with by speaking with him in Chinese. […]

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04/4/13

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Jeremy Moss

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Ping pong. This is the ultimate quest in China. When people hear the words “Ping” and “Pong”, a few things come to their mind. Most people will think of a dinky sport for nerds, others will think of Asians and a couple others may go directly to China.  For me, this is not the case. Ping pong (or table tennis) is much more than a dinky little sport. It is a way of life. It is an honor to be in the birthplace of this marvelous sport, and I have taken it upon myself to delve into this way of life.

One of my goals while in China was to purchase at least one nice racket (they are called rackets not paddles apparently) People underestimate the cost of quality when it comes to ping pong. The highest end of paddles can go into the hundreds of dollars. Now of course I am not yet of the caliber to purchase these paddles, but I do believe I could wield a racket that is a couple of tiers down. And so we began the quest to find one.

When we arrived at the hostel in Shanghai late Friday night, the first thing I noticed inside was the ping pong table. I immediately had a good feeling inside. The next morning Jeremy and I were the first ones up, and we went outside to play ping pong for a few hours.  The paddles were alright at best, the handles being designed for the Asian style so they were a little short. Almost every member of the group played ping pong at least once. The next ping pong tables we saw were in the school YKPAO. There was one in the dorms and about 10 in the gym. These were all very nice tables indeed. Bobby and I had purchased some very nice paddles the day before for 285 Yuan (roughly $46) and were aching to use them. We were very dismayed to find that the students had to bring their own balls, and there were none in the gym the night we went to play. The next day we played with some younger year students in the gym at lunch time, and we borrowed a ball for a night as well.

We are in Chengdu now, the everlasting quest for ping pong continuing.

-Zamir

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Ping Pong: The Ultimate Quest

Zamir,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Ping pong. This is the ultimate quest in China. When people hear the words “Ping” and “Pong”, a few things come to their mind. Most people will think of a dinky sport for nerds, others will think of Asians and a couple others may go directly to China.  For me, this is not the case. […]

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04/3/13

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Zamir

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45 minutes from downtown Shanghai was the YK Pao School. A 10 minute walk from the secluded school was a town where there is a small petite vegetable market. Within this market you first walk into a run down building and a smell of mildew floods your nostrils. After the smell subsides you hear the cluck of 50 chickens pushed into cages. One could buy a chicken for 23 yuan (4 dollars). The chickens ranged from fluffy to regular, there were also ducks and pigeons. After the site of a chicken being slaughtered, we moved to the vegetables. There must have been 150 different types of roots, vegetables, and fruits. After taking in the Chinese market, we moved to the dance floor dancing with 30 elderly women. The market was amazing, it was a glance into the everyday life of typical Chinese person.

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A Glance into the Everyday Life

Brian,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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45 minutes from downtown Shanghai was the YK Pao School. A 10 minute walk from the secluded school was a town where there is a small petite vegetable market. Within this market you first walk into a run down building and a smell of mildew floods your nostrils. After the smell subsides you hear the […]

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04/3/13

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Brian

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Over the past few days I have tasted and experienced many things, like the street food, the culture, and haggling at market for interesting objects you find in your spare time. The food first off is some of the best food I could ask for. Chicken, beef, pork, squid, crab, shrimp, and much more can be found anywhere on the streets. The spicy and sweet tastes of the different meats is amazing. We have also had other meals such as different types of noodles, wontons, and different pastries and bao tzi and I've enjoyed all of these as well. The culture here isn't all to different from American culture to me actually. The major differences though are that there is NO personal space and everybody just kind of bumps into each other. Another difference is that you don't tip people and this is similar to Europe as well but I forget that sometimes. The haggling is fun, and when you find something you want as I did, then haggling is the best option if its too expensive. It can also get confusing at some points during the discussion. Prices get tossed around usually and when this starts too happen you hope for the best and pay what is said, because when you have Chinese skills of my level, it can be difficult to argue any further. 

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Tasting China

Nick Zakaluk,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Over the past few days I have tasted and experienced many things, like the street food, the culture, and haggling at market for interesting objects you find in your spare time. The food first off is some of the best food I could ask for. Chicken, beef, pork, squid, crab, shrimp, and much more can […]

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04/3/13

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Nick Zakaluk

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Ni hao Everybody,

Yesterday was our visit to the KY Pao School, we started off attending breakfast in the school's lunch room as the students of the school started arriving from their homes. After we finished, we were guest at the school's weekly Monday meeting when we were finished, we filed outside. The freshmen were paired with a year 8 student who showed them around to all their classes as for the 10-12 students the were paired into two groups. The groups went around to different classes and helped out. After school, the YK Pao School students went to the afternoon study hall and the SAAS students got ready for the activities that consisted of dance, swimming, ultimate frisbee(with Miranda), track and field, and soccer. When the activities were done we all met for dinner.

YK Pao's student's and staff were very kind and welcoming. They opened there arms, minds, and campus to us which was very nice if I do say so myself. The greatest thing about the school was how they were so comfortable with us and the fact that they approached us so easily and quickly. The students and staff were so willing to get to know us not only as visitors but as friends.

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4/1 School Visit Experience

Isaiah Conway,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Ni hao Everybody, Yesterday was our visit to the KY Pao School, we started off attending breakfast in the school’s lunch room as the students of the school started arriving from their homes. After we finished, we were guest at the school’s weekly Monday meeting when we were finished, we filed outside. The freshmen were […]

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04/2/13

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Isaiah Conway

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I just spoke with the group as they ended a very full day at YK Pao School, engaged in activities such as drama, sports and art with local students. Reports indicate that everyone in the group is healthy and strong as we move into day 4 of the program.  I was informed that we would hear from some of the students and instructors tomorrow with more vivid updates of the action on the ground. The program has been very full thus far, taking advantage of every moment for exploration and learning. Hopefully, we'll have more time for reflection and posting yaks as the itinerary progresses.

 

Best to all of you following along from your armchairs, and safe travels to our group!

 

-Simon 

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YK Pao School outside Shanghai

Dragons Administration,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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I just spoke with the group as they ended a very full day at YK Pao School, engaged in activities such as drama, sports and art with local students. Reports indicate that everyone in the group is healthy and strong as we move into day 4 of the program.  I was informed that we would […]

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04/1/13

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Dragons Administration

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Ni hao everyone! This is Madeleine Le reporting from Shanghai, China. Yesterday, our group got to go to a beautiful water town by the name of Zhujiajiao. Before we went to this town we stopped by a garden in shanghai. Kai, one of our wonderful instructors, is also an expert in tai chi and taught us some cool moves. After having a quick tai chi lesson, we found some peace and quiet and did some journaling. We then left the garden and headed off. Eventually, we reached our destination. Zhujiajiao is a river town on the outskirts of shanghai. There are beautiful bridges, and small shops around the river. Boat rides are offered in town for around 65 yuan. 

 

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Adventures in Zhujiajiao

Madeleine Le,SAAS China Semester, Spring 2013

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Ni hao everyone! This is Madeleine Le reporting from Shanghai, China. Yesterday, our group got to go to a beautiful water town by the name of Zhujiajiao. Before we went to this town we stopped by a garden in shanghai. Kai, one of our wonderful instructors, is also an expert in tai chi and taught […]

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04/1/13

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Madeleine Le

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