My cousin who prepared for his national college entrance examination in China last semester. He asked me an amazing and an interesting question in the weekend. He said he use 117 ball pens, that’s the number of pens likely required to get through a semester. The personal experience illustrate the countless hours of writing a student needs to invest to get through senior year of high school and also prepare for the important exam. Luckily, his hard work paid off and he’s now attending one of the famous universities in China.
“No Paid NO Gain”. He also told me the thick calluses on his hands might even make he cry.
Success does not come easily. Fighting and Cheer up!
I just read an article about the Total Solar Eclipse we are going to experience later this year on August 21st. It is truly a fascinating read.
Are you guys excited about the solar eclipse as I am? It will be really great to see this rare phenomenon.
Read the article here http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/weather/why-scientists-are-so-excited-about-this-solar-eclipse/ar-BBystoy?li=BBnb7Kz
Can someone please tell me what’s the homework f or math 1275 please!
Recently I know that US is the only industrialized nation not to mandate paid leave for mothers of newborns. American women are currently entitled to 12 weeks unpaid leave. American men are entitled to noting.#he for she# #she for he#
I like this sentence of Emma Watson ” Feminism is about giving women choice. Feminism is not a stick with which to beat other women with. It’s about freedom, it’s about liberation, it’s about equality.”
Hello everybody! So I just came across this very interesting article on the NY Times regarding vaccinations. Im sure you have heard at some point that vaccinating young kids can cause autism. This article refutes that:
So what do you guys think about vaccinations? Do you think vaccinations should be mandated or the decision of parents?
With technology advancing as fast as it has been, the possibilities seem endless. Thanks to genetic engineering, It is now believed that our DNA could store 1 zettabyte of information.
Check out the link below for a short video explanation:
The five senses are broken down to which one’s the first to ring a bell. Smell is number one and focused on, and the other senses are brought up as well. The sense of smell, however, seems to be the strongest trigger of a memory. Smell is hard to describe, unlike the other senses. You can compare and contrast, but it is hard to pinpoint an exact name of a smell. Smell is able to bring up the earliest memories you can possibly have. Everyone’s had a sense that triggers a memory, but it’s mostly the smells that are probably the most triggered from the other five senses. Taste maybe the second fastest to correlate a memory with. Here’s a link. I’ve had. http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20120312-why-can-smells-unlock-memories