Should Kids Still Respect Their Elders?

Should Kids Still Respect Their Elders?

Should Kids Still Respect Their Elders? Remember the days when you weren’t allowed to talk back to your elders? You weren’t allowed to share your thoughts or your ideas? All children were expected to be seen and not heard –

Licensed Cartoons for Reprinting in Professional Prints and Digital Projects

Licensed Cartoons for Reprinting in Professional Prints and Digital Projects

Licensed Cartoons for Reprinting in Professional Prints and Digital Projects Everybody loves to laugh. A good chuckle can make us feel so much better about our lives. Humor also makes us realize how vulnerable, and at times wonderful we are.

What is the United States Oath of Office?

What is the United States Oath of Office?

The Oath of Office taken by the incoming President of the United States is probably the most important 35 words he will say. (And, one day hopefully ‘she’.) On January 20, 2017 a new United States President, Donald Trump, will stand in

Celebrate Bubble Bath Day on January 8

Celebrate Bubble Bath Day on January 8

I bet you didn’t know there was a national day for celebrating Bubble Baths!? Why not? There are national days to celebrate almost anything including our pets and fairy bread. It sounds kind of silly, doesn’t it, but there appears

Hanukkah it is not “Jewish Christmas”

Hanukkah it is not “Jewish Christmas”

Because the Jewish calendar is a lunar calendar (just like the Chinese calendar), Hanukkah can fall anytime because the American Thanksgiving holiday and just before Christmas. Since it can fall just before Christmas, it has been incorrectly called a “Jewish

Thanksgivings Origin Explained – Part 3

Thanksgivings Origin Explained – Part 3

(Continued from Thanksgiving’s Origin Part 2) Help from the Patuxet Indians They believed that the harbor would provide them with a good source of seafood.   Yet they feared for their safety from the local Patuxet Indians, but that fear was

Thanksgivings Origin Explained – Part 2

Thanksgivings Origin Explained – Part 2

(Continued from Thanksgiving’s Origin, part 1) The move to the new world This move didn’t work out the way they anticipated.   They were not satisfied with their children’s  behavior, they were assimilating Dutch ways and customs and not adhering to

Thanksgivings Origin Explained – Part 1

Thanksgivings Origin Explained – Part 1

更多中文解释请点粗体字, 由 iciba.com 提供 On The fourth Thursday of November, Thanksgiving, is celebrated in the United States.   It ranks second, only after Christmas in importance as far as American Holidays are concerned. I would like to spend some time explaining

College entrance exams in China and the U.S. – Part 3

College entrance exams in China and the U.S. – Part 3

Originally Posted by Dave Landis  2010 In two earlier segments, I wrote about my understanding of China’s college entrance exam, 高考. Student in the U.S. can take one or both of the entrance exams, the ACT (American College Testing) and

College entrance exams in China and the U.S. – Part 2

College entrance exams in China and the U.S. – Part 2

Originally Posted by Dave Landis  2010 In China, from what I’ve read the 高考 takes place over a two day period nationally.  The testing time is a total of nine hours in duration. Much is done to oblige those taking

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