This is a very interesting post. I strongly agree with what you said in this post. There still exit a lot of Racial discrimination in this world even this problem has been told a long time. I believe this is part of the human nature and some people couldn’t do what eduction told them to do.
This is a very interesting post. I strongly agree with what you said in the post. There are a lot of people want to go to college but they couldn’t affort it. That is why we should use this chance to study hard and maybe help more people to get into college.
Some music enthusiasts love the challenge of sitting down at the piano or picking up their violin to learn a song. That’s because they understand learning to play music brings a wide array of beneficial traits t
Hi Jada, This is a very interesting post. I personally think that myself is a very extroverts people but also a very introverts person at the same time. Because I learned that sometimes you don’t have to think too much about what other people think about you. You can do whatever you want to do and maybe have some friends have the same interest…[Read more]
Hi Ruhang, This is a very interesting post, because I think what you said depends on the people. Some people could do the homework really quickly and some people need more time to finish it. I personally want to have more time to do something else too but homework does help me memorize some of the things. So maybe this is about manage your time,…[Read more]
The U.S. political system is set up for two major parties, because it awards seats in Congress and the presidency with a winner-take-all method. Candidates running for Congress need only to get a plurality
Hi Orlando, This is a very positive post. I know it is very hard for everyone to join into a new environment and most of the people don’t like study all day long in school. Because just like you, I like sports too. Also, you action to those homeless animals is very kindness. I hope they all could find their home soon.Great job! Sincerely, Clinton…[Read more]
Hello Yanna, This is a very powerful post. I can see what you are tring to tell us in this post. However, I really like what you said and I agree with you. Gender equality is still an important issue in society that have not been solve yet. Just like many other social issues, it will not get solve immediately but I believe it will disappreaed…[Read more]
What is social polarization? The process of segregation within a society emerging from poverty, social exclusion and income inequality has led to the formation of various social groups, from high-income to
Hello Luis, I could see how much you like animals through this post. I think that human is a kind of animal too. It is the natural law that stronger animals have the rights to eat or do something else to other animals. But it is true that you said maybe we are killing too much animals so I will let more people to notice the truth. Great…[Read more]
Hello Hanson, This is a veru interesting post for me. I really like what you said about Andrew Yang and his idea. His idea is very unique and it might helps a lot of people in the U.S.. I hope that I could see you to post more interesting informations in the future. Great job! Sincerely, Clinton Kwong.
Hello Siwei, This is a very powerful post. I can see you put a lot of work and time in it. However, I really like what you said and I strongly agree with you. I have seen many of my friends struggling with depression. It is more serious than most of the people think it is. I hope more and more people would spend their time for those depression…[Read more]
Hi, Clinton. I agree with education is important and education helps us to overcome failure. By having education or studying, we should have the patience to keep working on it. ‘https://medium.com/coming-of-age-for-men/why-education-is-important-bc050af7a99b’ This website might help you to add more information. Thank you.
I very like your post becasue dolphins is a very smart animal, smarter than humen. It is very interesting to understand how does dolphins communicate. I personally very like them too because they are cute and kind to humen. Nice job! — Clinton Kwong.
Hey Clinton, I really enjoyed reading your take on hope. I personally effected me because I have used hope to accomplish a lot of import things in my life. I agree when you said that those who grow up poor often succeed later in life due of hope because there are many example of people who grew up in a tough environment making huge successes of their lives later on. I also found an article that agrees with your topic on hope, https://chopra.com/articles/hope-the-magic-ingredient-you-need-in-life. Check it out I think you would find more ideas about hope. Best of luck -Luke
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We merged several earlier blogging projects. We have found that there are many advantages to bringing students together in one site that lives beyond any particular class. It’s easier for individual students to read and write about their own passions, to connect with other students, comment on each other’s work, and create multimedia posts for each other. Further, it’s been exciting for us to pool our knowledge about curriculum, connected learning, and digital literacies.
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