Sunday, October 5, 2014

Sepetmber 27: ZERO BOOKS (first day of Chinese School; no time to read)

Some of you know that I teach and study Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese during the academic year at a not-for-profit language school in Manhattan's Chinatown. We partner with the Greater New York City YMCA, and in exchange for offering free language and culture classes to the community, receive free classroom space 3 times a week: Monday evenings from 6 - 8:30 pm (I teach back-to-back Cantonese I and Mandarin I classes); Thursdays from 6 - 8:30 pm (my good friend and Chinese language and culture mentor, Tony Parisi, co-founder of the program teaches 2 back-to-back Mandarin I classes); and Saturdays from 12:15 to 5:30 pm, when we have 2 large classrooms and offer all kinds of Chinese and Japanese language and culture classes, as well as martial arts lessons. All free of charge to the general public, with advance registration:

Anywho, I didn't have time to read anything today, literally, because I was busy acting as Assistant Director to the program as well as attending and sitting in on all classes today.

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