Welcome to my blog! I am happy that you found me. My name is Randy Green. I am an American but I have lived in China since 2004.
Who am I? After many years spent in search of meaning and meaningful employment and good fishing spots, Missouri native Randy Green received a life-changing invitation in 2003 to come to China and teach English to university students there. In accepting that invitation, he committed himself to a life both satisfying and mystifying. When an independent, direct actionist American meets China’s 5,000-year-old collectivist culture, it can get interesting. The result is China Bound, a narrative of the adventures, observations, and reflections in the first months after his arrival.
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Hollo Randy, nice to meet you again.There is a problem encountered with me—you know, the life in university is full of all kinds of activities ,and it is the problem that I m meeting.There will hold an activity imitating Hanban selection process, which exerts a tremendous fanscination on me.But what prevents me from making an clear decision is that I face the CET 4 in the next month.Though I think my English was not so poor,for that I have gotten an pretty grade of 138 in the College Entrance Examination,I’m worried about that I will spend much time on preparing the competition so that it effcts my CET.It’s hard for me to make a decision ,thus ,I wander your idea concerning it ,thank you for you time .
Glad to meet you.I find a new perspective to feel this familiar and unfamiliar chongqing by your story. Looking forward more funny story about your life.
Great job, Randy! I will read the book and your blog!
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Hi,Randy! The photo was shot at Henan Museum. Am I right? ????
Yes, you are right! That is the Henan Museum in the background of the photo. This is a world-class museum. I was an English teacher at Zhengzhou University for 11 years before I fled south to the milder winters of CQ. My book, China Bound, is about my experiences at ZZU in the first months after I arrived. Hope the book will be released in the coming months.
Great! look forward to the release of the book. It must be very interesting.
I think your blog is very interesting! I love it! I believe you will like China better!
Thank you very much. Hope you will be a regular visitor.
Hello, how nice you can find me.
Thank you. Hope you can enjoy all the posts. And just a tip that the post will be updated every Tuesday.
Looking forward to your book.
Thank you very much. It won’t be long to publish the first book.
I am interested in it.
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