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Share Classroom Rules
2014-8-4 21:17
Classroom Rules
I came across this interesting poster posted by a facebook friend and thought I'll repost it. It nicely summarised what I've been saying all along with regards trying to think beyond what you are currently doing and be brave to explore new areas. I said brave because many are unwilling to make mistake. They fear failure. They want to get 100 marks for everything. The only sure road is the road you walk everyday. You can be a perfect walker on that road but you will never discover anything ne ...
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Share China Rising
2013-12-21 14:54
China Rising
There is a current media frenzy about how China is portray in the new game Battlefield 4 : China Rising. I just have two comments about this. One, this is just a game and not a newspaper article that requires a response. Two, the gamedoes acknowledge China as a new rising global power. Electronic Arts, the game maker, certainly not gonna make a game called Battlefield - New ZealandRising because that would sound very ridiculous to most people. Having a military spe ...
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Life is a journey, to experience and grow ~ To follow your heart, to run with the flow ~ The travel you made, the people you know ~ The ups and downs, the joys and sorrows.

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  • Journey out west - Xinjiang 2015-10-7 20:51

    So-called "Xinjiang"'s landscapes are extremely varied, ranging from alpine mountains (Mt. Bogoda, Tianshan etc.) clad in a mantle of firs and beeches, to grassland (Jungaria) to the deserts (GObi, Taklimakan) and oasis towns (Turpan, Kumul, Kashgar). You can get the feel of Swiss mountains, Saharan desert and Mongolian steppe.

  • Journey out west - Xinjiang 2015-10-7 20:46

    juzunme: Yes, fresh snow is pretty but not when it melts. Well, a thing of beauty don't last forever.
    Unfortunately time was short but I would love to travel f ...
    I have been to so-called "Xinjiang" around a dozen times. It is fascinating because it is NOT like China proper; it has less uniformity and a lot more open spaces. The less Chinese it looks, the more authentic it is. Unfortunately, Urumqi is mostly a Chinese city that looks like a replica lifted straight out of the eastern sea board.

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