We go to school in the morning in Germany so
I'm free in the afternoon. I often unicycle
after school. My friend asked me to try cycling
with one wheel in 2002. It was so much fun that
I joined a team. Four of us cycle together.
We enter competitions so must train hard beforehand.
YouTube video is an example of what we do.
This is my team in competition. I'm on the left.
in Hong Kong
I love my school in Hong Kong. The teachers
and students at Shung Tak are really friendly.
I had to sing "It's A Small Small World" in
Cantonese at assembly last week. Everyone cheered!
I took part in the AFS Intercultural Fair on
28 February. Exchange students from about 20
countries shared our cultures with local students.
They got really into it and were voted the most
showed local students how to hug
and kiss like German teenagers.
The winning German team!!!
I really like my host family and hang out with
my host sister Charlotte at the weekend. They
took me for a wonderful holiday in Hong Zhou,
near Shanghai, at Christmas. I love their home
cooking as well. We eat tofu, chicken, pork
and, of course, rice. My family usually has
bread and ham for dinner in Germany.
Here's my host family on holiday in Hong Zhou.
in the future
We use notebook computers in classes in Germany.
I guess that in 100 years time all classes will
be done with computers. Hong Kong will probably
be the same. We will still need teachers for
most subjects to guide the students though.
Maybe students could learn History themselves,
using the Internet and DVDs.
fiction films and TV shows like Star Wars and
Heroes are quite popular in Germany, but mostly
with boys. I don't really like to watch them.
Real life is already interesting enough.
I hope there are no cars in cities in the future.
Everyone can cycle instead! It's strange to
see old people pushing trolleys full of rubbish
here. I hope I have a more relaxed life when