Monthly Archives: June 2007

Arrival

Beijing is an impressive city – and this is after only a half day or so! People keep telling us about the amazing transformation that has occurred in China and it is clear that this is true. There is construction … Continue reading

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A Formal Day in Beijing

“Morning rain wets down the dust in Wei; outside the inn the willows glisten green” Wang Wei, “A Song of Wei City” It was as gray day today in Beijing (not an unusual occurrence, it seems). It did rain some … Continue reading

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The Fulbright Group

Here’s a picture of the Fulbright group at the Villambrosa Center: Visit the NCUSCR at this link.

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Orientation

I woke up this morning to a beautiful scene here at the Villambrosa Center in Menlo Park, CA (see above picture). It makes me want to move to the San Francisco area! I’m writing this late in the evening after … Continue reading

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Saying Goodbye

I left New Jersey early this morning for San Francisco and the Fulbright China 2007 orientation. I said farewell to my family, friends, and Bailey (my yellow lab) with more than a little sadness and apprehension as this will be … Continue reading

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