China Through the Eyes of Her Students

China Through the Eyes of Her Students Seeing China through the windows of a tourist bus does not tell the real story of China Neither do the history books travel logs or news reports While serving as a foreign expert and English teacher

  • Title: China Through the Eyes of Her Students
  • Author: D.M. Coffman
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Seeing China through the windows of a tourist bus does not tell the real story of China Neither do the history books, travel logs, or news reports While serving as a foreign expert and English teacher at several prestigious universities in China, my students kept personal journals as part of their class assignments I was stunned by what I read Their stories paint the rSeeing China through the windows of a tourist bus does not tell the real story of China Neither do the history books, travel logs, or news reports While serving as a foreign expert and English teacher at several prestigious universities in China, my students kept personal journals as part of their class assignments I was stunned by what I read Their stories paint the real picture of life in China.

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    About “D.M. Coffman

    • D.M. Coffman

      DM Coffman lived in the People s Republic of China from 2000 2004.She and her husband taught with the Brigham Young University China Teachers Program and the US sponsored World Trade Organization China Judicial Training Program She is the author of A Peking University Coursebook on English Exposition Writing, published by Peking University Press, the 2011 Whitney Award nominated suspense novel The Hainan Incident, published by Covenant Communications, Inc and China Through the Eyes of Her Students, released in November, 2011 She served as an editor and foreign consultant for English educational texts published by China s Ministry of Education Prior to China, the Coffmans lived in Northern Virginia and worked in the legal profession in Washington, DC She has an M.Ed from Brigham Young University and a B.B.A from National University Join her on Facebook, or email her at dai_an sfcn.



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