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Media: Journo Explores Korean Education System

image from 1.bp.blogspot.comWashington Post education reporter Michael Alison Chandler is on a Fullbright and blogging about her experiences in Korea learning about its education system (Confucian Times).  Check it out if that's your kind of thing.  

 

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Thanks for the constructive feedback :) regarding the Overworld limitations and linearity, I only felt it limited in the sense that you aren't truely able to 'explore' fully in the way that could in other Zelda games - remember the underground caverns you could once find? - and quite frankly I miss that and it is basically linear in the sense that your destination is already chosen, yes you are still exploring and in a wonderful new way but this Overworld 'Transport' also highlights the limitations of what Nintendo can do with a 3D Zelda game on the DS but what they 'have' achieved is still impressive and I do acknowledge that fully.

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