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Gainesville graduate connects with Chinese culture while in Asian country
Harvard University sophomore studies, teaches for nine weeks of summer
Gainesville High School graduate William Morris enjoys the view from a peak in the Huangshan mountain range after a day of hiking in Anhui Province, China, this summer. The Harvard University sophomore spent nine weeks in the Asian country learning the language in Beijing and teaching high school students in Shanghai.
When Gainesville High School graduate William Morris began his college career at Harvard University, he expected to simply be a student. However, the college sophomore had the opportunity to be a teacher this summer. It had one catch — he would have to traverse the globe to do it.