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02/17/2010

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Royston Tester

Great to see this blog, Rick. Terrific idea...'from the Deanery' --- and am now following it via Facebook. I'm faculty in the Language Studies department ........with a big passion for Mohawk's offshore operations in China. Below is a link to the website I started for the benefit of our staff and students thinking of working/studying in China........and for those Chinese in China wishing to see how we in Canada look at the culture of the Middle Kingdom. This site is in "test" mode right now........as I get some updates and revisions made. But at least you'll see how it's panning out. Would enjoy discussing Mohawk/China with you as soon your schedule allows. Very best, Roy

Here's the link (cut and paste): http://mohawkchinaculturaltoolkit.com/old_site/

Audie McCarthy

Rick,

Congratulations on getting your blog going. It was fun getting to know you more through your stories.
I too have a chestnut story although not quite as adventurous. I grew up in Stoney Creek (still there) and when we were young our parents took us to Lake Ave for walks - at the time the street was lined with chestnut trees and my sister & I used to collect them, bring them home & pretend they were our "students" as we played school. Who knew I would end up facilitating sessions for the employees of Mohawk College!
If you are looking for ideas to make Mohawk a better place, I have been collecting tons of ideas via Simply the Best. The plan is to share with everyone and I look forward to starting that process soon.
Keep blogging!

Audie

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