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Senior 3 students are celebrating the ending of senior high schooling

Viewed 1816 times 2016-6-21 16:51 |Personal category:education|System category:News| something, interest, Chinese, parties, senior

Chinese Gao Kao ended on June 8th. Students of senior 3 celebrated it. They held parties, spent the whole night drinking in bars, or did something to get relaxed. It was a hard time for them during the preparation for Gao Kao. Almost a year, they didn’t have weekends. They couldn’t go visiting some places of interest they like. They got to read and read every day from morning till night. We can understand how crazy they were to celebrate the moments when they were free.

       Students would invite their teachers to celebrate together to have a big dinner and called it Graduation Dinner. One of the programs is that everyone talks something in the party. I like it very much, because some of the students’ stories are touched. I still remember one student’s speaking. He said, “Thank you very much, teacher. I am very naughty, and always break rules of our class, but you are always patient enough to tell me what to do and what not to do. Today, I am sure I have grown up. I know what I am going to do in the future.”

       I am proud of doing a job like this to help students grow up.

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