I like your article very much, and I also like your point. China does a poor job of protecting endangered species. This has also led to the extinction of many rare animals. China should increase protection of rare animals. Here is a link to get you to know more.
Hi Yanna. I agree with what you said trying to get rid of staying up late. I also like to stay up late, although I know that staying up late is not good. But like you said in the text: “On a lonely night, I feel that this world belongs to me.” So I am also trying to get rid of the status quo. I have a link here to help you learn…[Read more]
Hi Ruhang !
I am very agreed with your opinion in your article. The United States government had down a very poor job on the spread of the coronavirus. There are certainly more needs to be down to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. Here is an article I read about the spread of the COVID-19. https://news.un.org/en/story/2020/03/1059502 Hope you will like it.
I agree with you that the government should help homeless people by providing them with food and shelter. Everyone will have their difficult time. The government should help them out of difficulties.
The following link can help you learn more. https://thetartan.org/2015/11/9/forum/homeless
Hi Kayla! I agree that the school should start later. If the school starts later, a later start can help students get more sleep, which can make the students feel more energetic the next day, and they will not sleep during class. I think in the long run, this is more harm than good.
The following article can help you learn…[Read more]
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, because sometimes homework is a lot and sometimes there is literly no homework at all.
Your article was particularly well written, which made me notice this problem again. Both boys’ educational awareness of sexual assault and their understanding of sexual assault are lacking.
(https://www.rainn.org/articles/sexual-assault-men-and-boys) This website has written a lot of knowledge about sexual assault, which can give you more ideas.
I think the drinking age can be lowered slightly. Because in the United States you can drive at the age of 16. You can run for president at the age of 18. But drinking is 21 years old. Most people left their
I feel that because of the other non drinking related topics may be at a lowered age, and can still be dangerous, many more people would be under the impression of drinking and driving which can lead to more deaths per year in motor vehicles. But if used responsibly and in a safe scene around safe and cautious people then it could be a possibility. Here is a link you can read to see my viewpoint of lowering the drinking age limit. https://www.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/brochures-and-fact-sheets/underage-drinking
I like your article very much. I also agree with you very much that school uniforms really limit students’ freedom. Schools are inherently diverse. Students wearing their own clothes can reflect different styles for everyone.
（https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-unquestioned-goodness-of-school-uniforms）This article can…[Read more]
I agree with your thoughts because people in cities that implement bans have reduced the use of plastic bags, which has reduced about 40 million pounds of plastic waste each year. So the solution is useful, but it can lead to excessive use of the paper bag. The environment will still be destroyed. You can refer to this news.…[Read more]
I think China is the world’s largest exporter. The increase in tariffs in the United States has made it necessary for China to pay more tariffs. China’s comparative advantage is that it can produce consumer goods at a lower cost than other countries. So the impact is not particularly large. However, China’s tariffs on the United States have made t…[Read more]
The widening gap between the rich people and the poor people in the United States is now the most basic issue in American society. US policy is biased towards the affluent. The rich have an important influence on
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