Along the Silk Road: Ben Giaimo--A Foreign Disciple of Confucius

Updated 2015-12-02 13:01:26 CRIENGLISH.com

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American student, Ben Giaimo, is trying to sell Confucian wisdom to the west by using American slang. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]

American student, Ben Giaimo, is trying to sell Confucian wisdom to the west by using American slang. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]

What is the Santa-Confucius connection? If there is one, American Ben Giaimo has unlocked the mystery, while also connecting them to the Ninja Turtles. He's one of those foreigners who could be called more Chinese than the Chinese. He belts out traditional Chinese opera and uses American slang to sell Confucian wisdom.

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