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For the past three weeks I have been to India on my first trip to that country, along with 18 other teachers from Australia and New Zealand.
It was a thrilling, demanding, fascinating, depressing, wonderful experience which will take many months to think about.
While there I had the honour to visit and speak on behalf of our group at Infosys in Bangalore, India's "Silicon Valley".
I have great respect for the Indian education system.
Would be grateful to hear from anyone who can recommend texts to introduce Indian culture and customs to "Western" school students.
Greetings to you all, or should I say "Namaste"?
A vignette, 6 Jun 2003
I love to sing. I especially like to sing in mixed voice choirs. I am a soprano and I like it best when I have the tenors singing behind me.
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