Time is fleeing. Now it is the last week for us in the United States. The children also know that I'm going back to China this Saturday. Then, when they play out, they will send me flowers. They tell me that they are reluctant to part with me every day, chat with me every day, and ask me everything about China. Besides, they also ask me to write their names in Chinese, and to teach them how to fold flowers and stars. I taught them to fold the heart-shaped paper in an afternoon, and they told me that they would send the paper to their moms. These children learnt so carefully that they all got an award. The girls were very happy, practicing every day and asking me to teach them, which made me feel delighted. The last day came in a flash. When I was leaving, the children hugged me one by one, and said goodbye to me, while saying that they love me and would miss me. Steven was always by my side and was reluctant to part with me. The 12-day program was short, but benefited me a lot, and I love these children so much. On Saturday morning, we left home for the downtown Boston, visited Harvard University and MIT, and took a tour around Boston, feeling the United States at the last moment.