Updated 4 years 6 months ago

I am very excited but at the same time nervous about my trip to Xizhou where I will be staying there for 28 days. As I looked through the list of Inquiry Projects that I could choose from, there were many ones that I wanted to do. After a long time of thinking, I finally narrowed my choices to three, Linden Family/Centre Story, Local Food Products/Cuisines and Photography (though this wasn't one of the "projects" projects).

Updated 4 years 6 months ago

In Phase 1 (which you are currently in right now), I will be researching and developing more background knowledge on the Linden family and their Centre story. I will be listing and asking many questions so I could interview the Linden Family as well as their Centre itself. In Phase 0, I chose my Inquiry Project which is the Linden Family/Centre Story.

Updated 4 years 6 months ago

In Phase 2, I will be finding resources to help answer the 10 Big Questions I have developed in Phase 1 or even think of new ones to answer. While researching more about my Inquiry Project, some of the keywords that I used to find this information included:

Updated 4 years 4 months ago

In this Phase, I will be researching more about the back ground information on the Linden Family and the Centre. I have also researched some other information about Xizhou itself. 

Background Information (From Step 4 of Phase 1)

Updated 4 years 6 months ago

During my time here in Xizhou, I have been researching more about the Linden family's journey. This will not only expand my knowledge about the Linden Center and the family but also help spread the word about the Center itself and the hospitality of the Linden family. . Since I have been living here for 28 days, I might as well get to know the Center, the staff and the Linden family.

About This Learner

Hey! My name is Vivian, I'm 14 years old and this will be my 4th year here at SAS. I've lived in New Jersey, Singapore and currently in Shanghai but I am originally from New York. Some of my hobbies include swimming, drawing, listening to music and playing the piano. I'm going to miss the blue skies, starry nights and the nicest local villagers I have ever met. I hope the rest of you guys will enjoy Xizhou as much as I did :)