Updated 4 years 4 months ago

The people of Xizhou must do something with their spare time, so what do they do? I could study the things the people do like hobbies, games, and sports. I would probably be looking at the older and younger people of the community because they are the ones with the most extra time. Some questions I could think about: How have the games/activities changed from the older generation to the younger generation/kids? What are the most common games/ hobbies (for children, olders)?

Updated 4 years 4 months ago

1) Possible keywords I can use in Google:

Asian Recreation and Leisure Studies,  Chinese Recreation and Leisure Studies, Traditional Chinese games, Ancient Chinese games, China's view on play time, 

2) I know that my sources are valid by,

Updated 3 years 8 months ago

The main point I want to express to my audience is the role the traditional Chinese game Mahjong plays in Xizhou. At first, I wanted to look at the games the elders were playing, but then I decided to focus in on Mahjong because of its popularity. I want to show them the stories of the people who have experienced the story of Mahjong in Xizhou. Not many people have focused in on Mahjong, so their is much to learn. I want to share this because it is apart of the every person's life.

About This Learner

Hey guys, I'm Alex! I lived in Washington D.C, US for 11 years and have lived in Shanghai for almost 3 years now. I love to travel, eat, and learn about new things! I am here at Xizhou and loving it. The highlights are the kind people, the blue skies and starry nights, delicious food, and the outdoors. So far, thumbs up! It feels like it is going by too fast