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Valerie Sartor

Valerie Sartor

Valerie Sartor is an educational researcher living in Inner Mongolia, China.

 
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 Russian chocolateRussian chocolate by Valerie Sartor
Russian chocolate has become a minor addiction for me. I eat chocolate every day, sometimes several times a day. At home
 Men's toysMen's toys by Valerie Sartor
“We are floating in a barrel filled with gunpowder, down an unknown river,” said Tatiana, smiling. \"Russians describe our current economic situation this way.”  “Americans have a similar saying
 Fasting - Body and SpiritFasting - Body and Spirit by Valerie Sartor
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 Without a fur coatWithout a fur coat by Valerie Sartor
“You’re nothing in Russia without a fur coat; you’re simply not a woman,” Nastya said casually, sipping her tea. This willowy young mother with silvery blonde hair could easily have been a professional fur model.  I
 Russian GrandmothersRussian Grandmothers by Valerie Sartor
 China's Evolving Medical PracticesChina's Evolving Medical Practices by Valerie Sartor
 Clothed in Paradoxes: The Qipao and the White Wedding GownClothed in Paradoxes: The Qipao and the White Wedding Gown by Valerie Sartor
 Sardines Sardines by Valerie Sartor
A small, young gray cat with Siamese blue eyes crawled out of the broken cinder block that makes up part of the foundation of my Russian dormitory building. I think this structure, as many others around it, was built after WWII; we have no elev
 How Do You Say "Yes, Please" in Chinese?How Do You Say "Yes, Please" in Chinese? by Valerie Sartor
Many kinds of linguistic means and strategies exist for achieving politeness in Mandarin Chinese. These communicative patterns are cultural and not easy for foreigners to understand. To put it succinctly, Confucius said, \"By nature we converge
 Gifts, Bribes and Guanxi: What's it all About?Gifts, Bribes and Guanxi: What's it all About? by Valerie Sartor
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