14 team members
63 English classes
Xi’an. Early morning. Sharp tones of strings come to us through open windows of our high rise hotel. Peeking out at the park across the street we can see the synchronized movements of scores of men and women as they perform their morning exercises. The team meets in the lounge of the team leader’s suite. Sitting on chairs, the couch, the floor and window ledge we receive and share information in coordination for a successful day with Chinese students. There is a feeling of solidly being in ...