Emma recorded this podcast right after the term 1 school holiday. She talked happily about the fun she had in Japan, especially at the universal studio.
The conversation between Emma and Susie is hilarious and relax, topics ranging from school, family, hobbies, and just anything random.
It's very Emma.
"I am a bit of a Geek," said 12-year-old Lachlan, almost lying flat in a very relaxed way in the studio talking about his view on life.
Lachlan has abundant enthusiasm for tennis, public speaking, astrology, Fornite video game and the sad youtube clips that made him cry. He adores the GRASS in his new school cause grass is a very COMPLEX thing.
"year 7 is overdramatized by people", he said.
Here is Lachlan's story.
"Oh the boys are so annoying!!" said Allyson.
Allyson is a frequent winner for Awards in piano and cello competitions in Sydney.
She talks about her practice routine and discipline for instrumental learning, family and how much she loves her new school without any ANNOYING BOYS AROUND.
A very cute conversation from an articulated, well-spoken 11-year-old.
Here is Allyson’s story.
Sierra is a pretty, polite and sweet 13-year-old girl whom you will never guess she has a black belt in Taekwondo.
We recorded this podcast in the kitchen of our Martial art studio after our training. Despite the noisy background and lots of distractions, she spoke confidently about her Taekwondo journey that I am sure it will be very inspiring to many.
The most fun, random chat with my very chilled 11-year-old girl Ava.
Ava talks about her daily life with lots of sports commitment, debating team and what she thinks about school and what teachers should be.
It's a happy conversation with a cute 11-year-old who can just talk and talk.
Sharon is the only student I taught from total piano beginner from age 6 and went all the way. (She would be the only one in my previous piano teaching career for sure.) During our 10+ years of professional relationship, we have never spoken a word of Chinese/Taiwanese to each other. Now an Architecture student at the University, Sharon now sounds like a closed good friend of mine.
A hectic, fast pace conversation that is full of laughter, random thoughts and good rapport between a student and teacher who obviously has been hanging around together for far too long.
So awesome to see kids flying high and wide.