Rural China: After school education

Rural China: After school education

November 29, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


[SHINING SAGE EDUCATION] Zhang Yiqi, just this one page, right? Maths or English? Maths. Go and correct your wrong answers. At the moment, I’m here. This is everything I have. Say to him: ”Nice to meet you”. Nice to meet you. Go ahead, say it. Yeah! The kids born in the 1980s and 1990s, when the computer, and social networks QQ and WeChat, had just started to develop. They were something new. But I think the raising of my son will be different. They’ve basically had this thing since birth, So he won’t think of it as being new, he’ll consider it one of life’s necessities. He won’t be curious about it. He won’t think of it as something only well-off families have, and poor families don’t have, he won’t have these ideas. Not like we used to think, “Oh! They have a computer, their family’s really rich.’” I think my child’s generation won’t think in that way. The reason that many parents send their kids here is because at home the kids won’t listen to their parents. They get home, play on the computer, watch the TV, and don’t do their homework. But if they come here and complete their homework beforehand, their parents feel better about letting them play at home, “Ah, anyway, you got your homework done, so I’ll let you play.” But a lot of kids, if they don’t come here they’ll go straight home after school and watch TV, and only start doing their homework just before they go to bed, this won’t be good for either the kids or the parents Sorry!… it’s mine. Hi. Ah… who’s speaking? Ah! Hi, big sis’… That teacher who works for me has already gone there. Oh. He he. Ok. I know. These are the cherries given to me by a student’s parent. In truth, I don’t expect much from life, as long as others can appreciate the hard work I’m putting in, that’s fine. As long as there are enough students and teachers who are like that, and you’ve become someone they can rely on, and they are, like, “I’m relaxed about leaving my child with you, I’m happy to think of you as a friend.” I think there is a lot of meaning in these few cherries, I really felt moved by them. SUBTITLES: [Insert your name]