I am a TCK (Third Culture Kid, even if the term is less meaningful now) with British and Canadian parents, but I grew up in Asia, where I’ve also spent more than twelve years teaching. I am presently an English and Humanities teacher at Han Academy, a bilingual school in Hong Kong.
This blog will discuss issues relating to language, teaching, literacy, bilingualism, and education. I am a big advocate for a more interconnected multilingual world, especially within international education sectors.
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Why the pictures? I only recently discovered that not everyone thinks visually, and it seems that some people actually see words when they’re thinking. It may be because of my visually oriented way of thinking that I love photography. I couldn’t help sneaking in some of my photos as visual metaphors for the various blog posts. All photos, unless otherwise noted, were taken by me and are subject to a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).