This was a process-centered AHS Cap project focused on developing comfort and ease in using Mandarin in a casual setting. Equally important was my goal to become comfortable integrating myself into a Chinese Chess-playing community. Both of these skills have lifelong applications. I will continue to use and develop the lessons learned in this project for years to come. However, they are difficult to capture in a concrete form, so the final submission for this project is a reflection on my process and achieving my goals.
Hooton, Trevor, "Vernacular Chinese in the Context of Chinese Chess" (2014). 2014 AHS Capstone Projects. 21.