What Did I Just Eat?

By Chris S., CE Adviser in China Last night escalated fairly fast. It was technically Chrisโ€™ birthday even though we had already celebrated the night prior. We had dinner at the school, which is cooked by the same cook that was at the house in Fengyang. She is very nice, but we eat a lot […]

How to make coffee in Kenya Orphanage

By Tracy G., CE Adviser in Africa

Teaching: Day 3

By Chris S., CE Adviser in China I have completed three days of teaching and for the most part, it all went well. The children also, for the most part, are well behaved. I had my worst class yesterday. It was the first class of the day and they would not stop talking. I sat […]

API Gives Back In Salamanca, Spain

Watch API Salamanca students volunteer to prune and preserve a historic oak forest near Salamanca, Spain. API Salamanca Gives Back Project from APIstudyabroad on Vimeo.

I want a steak!

By Chris S., CE Adviser in China I always hate being pessimistic, but I have a feeling that up until Friday, my blogs may be a little boring. Not for lack of me having a good time here, just because making lesson plans, teaching, and watching movies is not that exciting to write about. Yesterday, […]

Rain Rain Go Away Please!

By Chris S., CE Adviser in China Today we have nothing scheduled except for a Chinese language lesson. The children at the school have a holiday today, so no teaching. We were going to go on a long hike to the top of a large hill, but on account of the rain that got canceled. […]

Escewz me teasher

By Chris S., CE Adviser in China Today has been pretty uneventful with the exception of teaching at a local school. It was actually really fun and I had them laughing a lot. I hope that I taught them some English, or at least how to pronounce things better. I had two classes that were […]

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