What happens in these Asian classrooms is a real eye-opener for anyone who has never experienced teaching Chinese students, western-style, in their environment. The author's visits to Asian historic sites and his characterizations of street life along the way add amusing insights to his descriptions of Taiwan and Hong Kong. In addition the author's humorous reactions to airport and airline circumstances enhance the reader's enjoyment.
All these events are adroitly woven into the narrative and make for a compelling, vivid page-turner.
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About the Author
Bill has over 30 years of extensive experience in marketing, advertising, branding and consulting, having held senior positions in three worldwide advertising and communications networks as well as being an independent consultant to many major domestic and global firms.
He has traveled extensively in Europe for both business and pleasure and thoroughly enjoys his Asian assignments. He lives in New York City with his wife.
Bill received a BBA from Temple University in his hometown of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and has an MBA with highest honors from New York University.