This week marks the last time we, the TF LEaRN group, are going to conduct lessons for our assigned classes, both their co-curricular activities as well as the English lessons. As it was a very previous last lesson, Clement, Suha and I (in charge of the eighth grade class for English) gave our all in the execution of the lesson, making sure that the kids had fun and learnt as much as they could at the same time.

My friend, Clement, helping out a kid with the calligraphy lesson.
The smart touchscreen TV in every classroom for the children’s learning, I feel that it is really very effective and convenient for the teachers as well as the students!
The class pet tortoise.

During the weekend, I went to Xihu (西湖) once again hoping to explore the Broken Bridge (断桥) and 雷峰塔. Unfortunately, it rained that morning and continued to rain the whole day. I had to walk around with an umbrella the entire time and could not snap as many photos as I hoped to and did not get a chance to walk all the way to 雷峰塔 as intended. Nonetheless, it was a blessing in disguise as the air was especially crisp and fresh and I managed to catch glimpses of various places in rain which I usually would not be able to. Here are some of the sights:

After the whole day out in the rain, I was so relieved to have settled down indoors at Grandma’s Place 外婆家 at 西湖银泰城 with good food!
My favourite from Grandma’s Place, succulent pork belly stewed in their secret recipe.
Steamed fish and really cheap and tasty tofu.
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It is in my nature to learn, to grow, to help others, to teach, to explore, and to be fascinated with the unknown. With a keen interest in music, I play the tuba in the symphonic band and also the piano. Music is magical, and it never fails to amaze me how effectively it can connect people regardless of race, language, ethnicity and geographical proximity. Similarly, with my new-found passion in computing and programming, I aspire to create programs that does the same and to solve their problems, but in a slightly different, more technical approach.


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