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Share A Letter To My Daughter
charlzhang 2019-1-14 17:35
Hi, Kiddy! I am your father. You know you were so little while you were borned. I dare not hold you in my arms because I was afraid that you would be hurt. I didn't know how to change the diaper then a father who was in the same room with us helped me.Hehad became a father at the last day. After several days, I had learned how to pure milk, change diaper, wash your body and so on. At the same time, you were sleeping, eating and crying sometimes. The cry was terrible to me. Because I ...
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Share Some knowledge about the USA
jie448 2019-1-13 17:20
Today I read a book about American history and I notice that during the Independence War, the American got the secret support from several European countries that once had wars with the British. There are always no friends, but there're always interests. So, we need to analyse the competing conditions in the market, and maybe we could get some help from the enimies of our enimies. I should pay more attention to that, because I ususlly ignore that. It is possible that I am not a qualified ...
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Share Most High-Profile Name of Formal College in China
GreenNanning 2019-1-10 20:59
In a glimpse, the formal universities or colleges in the Chinese mainland have their names in the format of location + college or university, with some more words that can highlight the features added, for example, “Normal”, “Petroleum”, “Forestry”. In terms of location or places, there seems a connection of the school name and the name of the place, for example, Guangxi University means the institute is located in or hosted by Guangxi. But there are some names that are misleading ...
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Share A Drunkard's Life---4.3
Guo'er 2019-1-9 20:00
When the girl broke up with him and left him forever, he was so sad and heart-broken. At the same time, he was also regretted for what he had done. “I should not have drunk so much”,thought to himself. Regretful as he was, but nothing can he do to make a change, or to make things up. He thought that sadness,loneliness, disappointment and frustration all came to him in a time, which really made him mad and despaired. In order to eliminate all these bad feelings, to stop missing his ex-g ...
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Share A Drunkard's Life---4.2
Guo'er 2019-1-8 19:09
As for Kim, about six years had been gone since he retired from the military, and he was almost 25 years old. In his village,he who was not married till a age of 25 was considered to be an old boy, compared to his fellows who mostly got married around 20. What’s worse, the older he was, the more difficult for him to get married. So his parents was worried that he may probably have no chance to get married in the future. Then, his parents and elder brothers started to ask the matchmakers for h ...
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Share Transit in Panzhihua
LaurenLiao 2019-1-7 22:25
Transit in Panzhihua
The first time I heard the name “Panzhihua”, it was from the Sichuan Weather Forecast. Having the word ‘Hua’ (flower) in a city name sounded cool and impressive and preceded to picture this city carpeted with ‘Panzhihua’ flowers. Our newly refurbished dark army green 1960’s sleeper train from Chengdu slid into the Panzhihua station after a night’s journey on the over 600-kilometer track. Exiting from our carriage, we were immediately welcomed by the acrid stench o ...
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Share A Drunkard's Life---4.1
Guo'er 2019-1-7 22:03
How time flew, few years have gone since the day he came back to the village. And he finally turned to be a grown-up man. In general, people would like to get married at a age around 20 at that time, as it came to the time that they were strong enough to form a new family and take the responsibility to raise a new generation and take care of the elderly. Kim started to served in the military at a age of 18, and he spent three years there. What’s more, another three years had been ...
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Share A Drunkard's Life---3
Guo'er 2019-1-5 14:41
In early 1990s, on one hand, people couldn’t afford to buy a TV or a computer, on the other hand, TVs and computers were not sold in his hometown. So there was no TV, or computer in his village at that time. Only few people had a radio. But people could do many things to entertain themselves. Games like playing card and Chinese chess were very popular among the villagers. Whenever people played these games, a crowd of people would gather around to be bystanders. And Chinese chess was the most ...
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Share A Drunkard's Life---2
Guo'er 2019-1-4 19:30
He came back home and lived in his own old house alone, as his parents were living with his brothers. Single as he was, he had to live on himself. He had to cook and do the housework all by himself. When it was time for farming, he would go out and do what he can to help his brothers and parents. When he was tired of cooking, he would go to visit his brothers and parents and had dinner with them. It could be said that he was living a cozy life, a life without any pressure and burde ...
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Share A Drunkard's Life---1.3
Guo'er 2019-1-3 21:27
The next morning, when they turned back to life and had a clear mind, they were asked to the boss’s office where they got the bad news that they were fired. Because they were thought to be unqualified for their job. Sadly and regretfully, but no choice did he have but to leave the company and go home, then try to take another chance to find another job somewhere else. But for Kim, he has never had any chance to find another job for the rest of his lifetime, though he tried many ti ...
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