Category Archives: Education

The Incredible Interaction of a Gentle University President& a Cowherd

The childhood experiences of a social worker, from the Front Page Sections, translated… I’m from a farming family, I lived in a village close to Dong-Hai University. And from forty years, there were multiple homes who’d kept the livestock, in … Continue reading

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Would the Teacher Have Forgotten Already?

From the mouth of a babe, and all he wanted, was for the punishment to get changed, so he can bring his toys to school, translated… On the day my son was punished to not bring his toys to school, … Continue reading

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Crying Over Two Points: Child, Don’t Get Kidnapped by the Grades

Being too focused on the grades, and not worrying enough about what is learned, this, is what the education here is comprised of, from the Front Page Sections, translated… Right after the sectional exams, Yu came over to discuss the … Continue reading

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The High School Students Volunteered to Feed the Special Needs Children, Learned Empathy

A great way to teaching, by involving the students in these sorts of volunteer activities, from the Front Page Sections, translated… The Hsu-Guan High School in Nantou was the only Complete High School, Other than the Middle School and High … Continue reading

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What’s in the Coffee???

How this student learned something, without the school principal teaching him anything, like in a classroom setting! Translated… “Sir, sir!” That day, I was invited to a seminar on childrearing, afterwards, a parent came up to me, said that his … Continue reading

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Tuitions, a Short Prose

The inconsiderate thoughts of this student make her education go down to the toilet drains!!! Translated… Today is a day of cleaning and waxing, so the library was closed. From eight in the morning, I’d, busied until five in the … Continue reading

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He’d Not Done Well in School, But with His Skills as a Car Mechanic, He’d Become a Business Owner

Grades still don’t make the man, the skills do!!! As this case showed, from the Newspapers, translated… Ming-Yang Chang wasn’t studious, after high school, he’d not gone to college, started apprenticing at the shops; at age twenty-seven, he’d started his … Continue reading

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