Updated 2 years 8 months ago

For our Microcampus trip, we have to write an Inquiry Project about a topic that interests us. We have to pick a topic that really interests us because we will be studying that topic for 28 days. It was difficult at the start to narrow down my choices. After reading all the topics and contemplating a bit, I narrowed it down my topics to three, it took a while. I read every subject and all seemed interesting. But I wanted to make sure the topics were in my interests and then chose the top three that seemed the most interesting to me.

Updated 2 years 8 months ago

In Phase 0, I looked at a group of topics and chose my topic.  In Phase 1, I will be giving some information about my topic, Relationships Between Ethnic Minority Groups in XiZhou and also providing questions. These questions are ones that I want to find out the answers to because they interest me. I will be answering them in my stay in XiZhou.

Updated 2 years 8 months ago

In Phase 1, I brainstormed my 10 "Big Questions" to ask in interviews with people in XiZhou. Now, in Phase 2 I will be finding new helpful resources.

1. When I researched to find some information about my topic Relationships Between Ethnic Minority Groups in XiZhou I first searched these keywords. After each keyword, in italics I have put the reason on why I searched these topics. 

i. Ethnic Minority Issues in China

Updated 2 years 7 months ago

In Phase 2, I found some helpful resources. Now, in Phase 3, this is where I will be storing all the information I have collected about my topic, Relationships between Ethnic Minority Groups in XiZhou.

Background Information (From Phase 1)

Definition of "Ethnic Minorities in China:

Updated 2 years 7 months ago

In the past phase, Phase 3, I have gathered and collected information about my topic that I will be using in my final product. In this phase, Phase 4, I will be preparing how to organize my ideas on presenting the final product

About This Learner

Hi guys! My name is Yun Kei. I am Singaporean and have lived in Taipei, Paris and now currently Shanghai. I am part of a family of four and my little brother is in fifth grade. Microcampus and XiZhou have made a big impact on me and I miss it very much. I miss the blue skies, the ability to talk to locals, the food and pretty much everything about it. I have made many friends and memories here and I am glad that I came.