BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) -- A teacher at Kellogg Community College has turned a teaching and traveling trip to China into a photo exhibit opening next month in Kalamazoo.
The Battle Creek Enquirer reports that 29-year-old Rose Swartz spent six months last year teaching English as a second language to Chinese adults in Beijing and taking photos along the way of her travels.
The freshman literature and composition teacher at Kellogg has a fine arts degree from Western Michigan University in photography and English, and a master's from Arizona State University in poetry.
She is opening the photo exhibit of her time in China and Southeast Asia on Dec. 6 at the Exquisite Corpse Gallery in the Park Trades Center in Kalamazoo.
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