The author, left, is a student in my World Literature class and completed this article as an assignment
By Jasmine Zhang, Lighthouse Christian Academy sophomore
The first time Brenda Liu and I, students from China, surfed and felt the crash of the waves, we thought we were going to die.
“I was so scared,” said Brenda Liu. “The big waves almost killed me. I saw how the big waves could whirl people away.”
I am from Yunnan, a highland in Southern China. I had only seen the sea in pictures and video before.
The sea exercised a wonderful attraction over me. I love the sea and swimming. I like surfing, even though I am not very good at it. So when I enrolled at Lighthouse Christian Academy in Santa Monica, I opted for surfing elective. Actually quite a few of us Chinese foreign exchange students took the class, which in…
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