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Culture, Cuisine, and Games Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC
Goals of the Module Students will be given a lecture overview of physical fitness endeavors in Asia including the use of Tai Chi, Martial Arts, Badminton, Fangbao and Chegi. Student will be play in 10-12minute segments Fangbao, Chegi, Badminton, and Tai Chi. Each game addresses the both skill related components of physical fitness such as balance and agility ; fine-motor skills such as tossing to a target; and cardiovascular development through sprinting. Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC
To emphasize that physical development is not just through diet alone, students will be provided a lecture on a typical Asian diet. This will be conducted using a power point presentation with discussion with specific examples provided by the instructors reflections on a prior visit to China. An exploration of diet will include an explanation of what are the primary components of breakfast, lunch, and supper in Japan, China and Korea. Students will have the opportunity to write a reflective paper on the experience from either a nutrition, gamesmanship or their experience with Tai Chi. Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC
Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC My son Pait at age 8 playing Chegi in a park in Chongquing. Not a word of English was spoken yet we played for an entire hour.
To date, almost everything. Research was conducted on the campus of Duke University with the assistance of Ms. Luo Zhou, their Chinese Librarian Lectures have been administered in select PED classes as well as ACA 122 in hopes of those students appreciating different cultures as they further their education at Universities. Activities were conducted in PED classes as well as in conjunction with the prior Confucious classroom facilitator. Paper – Discussion Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC
The Temple of Heaven is a worthwhile visiting place in Beijing. It is much bigger than the Forbidden City and smaller than the Summer Palace with an area of about 2,700,000 square meters. The Temple was built in 1420 A.D. during the Ming Dynasty to offer sacrifice to Heaven. As Chinese emperors called themselves 'The Son of Heaven',they dared not to build their own dwelling,'Forbidden City' bigger than a dwelling for Heaven. Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC
Negotiating for Pearls Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC
The Great Wall is the world's longest human-made structure, stretching over approximately 6,400 km (4,000 miles) from Shanhaiguan in the east to Lop Nur in the west, along an arc that roughly delineates the southern edge of Inner Mongolia, but stretches to over 6,700 km (4,160 miles) in total. It is also the largest human-made structure ever built in terms of surface area and mass.longest human-made structure ShanhaiguanLop NurInner Mongolialargest human-made structure surface areamass Carl Bryan, Dean of Student Learning CCCC
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