“I think she is recruiting young children so that they can learn, and so that they might get interested in what she does. So that the kids can ask their parents, and other people to help with the problem. I saw in the article that some kids really enjoyed the experience, so another reason is that the kids would want to explore, and observe. Maybe she’s bringing younger children so that they can have a good experience."
Keep up the great work, Brett!
"There are so many differences between the Middle East and my home country - China. In China, especially the south part of China, we do not have any dry deserts and high mountains. And about the religious. Actually, there are just a few people really believe in some religious and most of them are old people. Education is very important for students in China. We have 9 years’ free study for everyone and then students can decide what they want to do. In the end, I will talk a little bit about family. In China, most families are nuclear family. In my family, there are just my parents and I. My grandparents they are not even in the same city with us."
Sharing our own experiences is definitely one of the best ways to learn. Excellent work, Yvonne!