At the Taphouse Craftworks with Students
Since education takes place not only in classrooms, I invited my Academic English class to drinks at the Taphouse Craftworks yesterday evening, and one of the students -- Jee Heeyoun (지희연), who also goes by "Michelle" -- sent me some photographs afterwards, starting with ugly old me:
Here I am again, looking slightly improved by the 'environment' -- I guess I ought to support environmentalism more fervently now that I see its effectiveness. The student to my left, incidentally, is from Ukraine and speaks four languages: Ukranian, Russian, Korean, and English. I suppose her environment proved its effectiveness as well.
Here are photos of what we were drinking. I went for beer, of course.
The students also went for beer, but a couple of them switched to cocktails. The dregs in this glass are caramel. Hmmm . . .
This second cocktail looks more . . . appetizing, I suppose.
We didn't just drink, of course, since this is all about education. I explained a little about the beer and also regaled the students with tales of my past, such as the time that I served a drink to Queen Elizabeth.
I guess you had to be there . . .