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Dragon Boat Festival in China

This weekend China celebrated Dragon’s Boat Festival (端午节 – Duānwǔ Jié), a very colorful and interesting festival, that falls on the 5th Day of the 5th month according to Chinese lunar calendar. 352 more words

Au Pairs

Your Name Here — New Poems by Pat Nolan

Coming this Fall

Your Name Here
New Poems

By Pat Nolan

 

The chief characteristic of the mind is to be
consistently describing itself.”

                        − Henri Focillon (1881 – 1943) 601 more words

Poetry

Ideal, poem by Mei-mei Berssenbrugge


IDEAL
by Mei-mei Berssenbrugge

I did not know beforehand what would count for me as a new color. Its beauty is an analysis
of things I believe in or experience, but seems to alter events very little. 325 more words

Writing

When it's time for late poems

I want to age like Po Chü-i.

Loss; sky-perfect emptiness.

Long days; slow shuffle, turning earthly grace.

My threadbare blanket left folded on a chair. 6 more words

Life

China: As History Is My Witness

Programme on BBC Radio 4 about Chinese history.

  • Available until 12:00AM Thu, 1 Jan 2099
  • First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 9:00PM Fri, 12 Oct 2012…
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Inspiring Chinese Course

you are..

You are:

a trumpet gone berserk

 one rollicking glissando of pure living essence

 

You are

a syncopated schizoid

sublimely drawing up new margins

for the margins… 89 more words

Sailing

After Chinese Poets

Slice of Life Day 7
I have been writing with a small group of students after school once a week. Today I told them about the Slice of Life Challenge and said that one of them would be the guest blogger for today. 338 more words

Slice Of Life