Kai Evenson

March 22, 2007

Coming from the rural Midwest, Kai has been right at home in the “little” Chinese city of Wuhan (pop. 7.5 million), teaching at Wuhan University of Technology. Kai has taught classes ranging from Teaching Methodology to Academic Writing, though Oral English certainly has been the favorite. Beyond teaching, Kai tries to find the time to enjoy the [other] important things in life, such as the local punk scene; street food; pubs that serve Belgian beer; pirated media; wine that wasn't made in China; and, of course, the departmental runway fashion showdowns held by the school. The PiA experience has been literally life-altering for Kai, and anthropology enthusiast who never really had the opportunity to travel (and recently returned from an amazing five week vacation through Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand).  Moreover, teaching, as it happens, is far less intimidating, and even more enjoyable than Kai expected.  Add to that a city that is always full of surprises, and a culture that is overwhelmingly friendly, and you’ll understand why it’s hard for Kai to imagine leaving.

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