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By: Matthew Jellick (Southern University of Science and Technology) Upon initial reflection, the similarities between Ethiopia and China may be few, distanced between contrasting continents, and spread across differing ideologies.  Yet as a teacher, something I have learned that brings the world closer together is education,...

By: Matthew Jellick During Freshman “Pre-Sessional” week, CLE teacher Matthew Jellick designed and implemented a Speaking Lesson where students gave a brief presentation about the meanings behind their respective WeChat avatars.  An interactive and informal approach, it not only gave students an opportunity to practice their...

The 2018 National English Competition for College Students (NECCS) Grand Final was held at Zhenjiang Yuexiu University of Foreign Languages on August 7. SUSTech undergraduate Zhao Yanchu took home the First Prize in English Debate Competition and the Second Prize in English Speech competition (Ranking 1st of all Guangdong contestants)....

By: Matthew Jellick   One of the goals pertaining to my approach to teaching English is to provide as many authentic opportunities as possible to practice the language.  Traditional classroom lessons are fine, learning the fundamentals which underscore the importance of grammar, syntax and pronunciation, but for...

Challenge of being a student Before going to the SUSTech, I never realized that being a university student would be so challenging. Now, after studying in SUSTech for nearly a year, I reviewed this question, and I got a different answer. Last year, I finished one of...

The Joy Highland is the most remote dormitory area in the SUSTECH. It is located in the Northeast of the campus and is built on the hill as you can see from the name ‘highland’. Unfortunately, it has a bad reputation for its poor-quality cafeteria,...

Why SUSTech Before and after deciding to attend SUSTech, many people asked me the same question: why SUSTech? From their perspective, I should choose some schools that seems to deserve my scores of the entrance examination for college. To answer this question, first, I want to share...