Author Archives: Tianyi Liu

When all hope is gone

‘You just begin. You do the math. You solve one problem and you solve the next one, and then the next. And if you solve enough problems, you get to come home.’ Mark says at the end of the movie … Continue reading

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As I skimmed through picture books I found online, I was captivated by this one called ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ not only by its strange sounding title but also its beautifully rendered pictures. The cover captures audience with the clash … Continue reading

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Brave new start

Thanks for watching!

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Claim yourself ‘adulting’ if you’ve just began to take things seriously

Editorial:  How I learned to love “adulting” —the word, if not the act   Claim 1:  ‘Part of being an adult is taking ownership of your mistakes, moving on and doing everything in your power not to make them again.’ Analysis: … Continue reading

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The ultimate adulting–annotated bibliography

1.Nelson, Larry, Willoughby, Brian, Rogers, Adam, Padilla-Walker, Laura ‘What a View!’: Associations Between Young People’s Views of the Late Teens and Twenties and Indices of Adjustment and Maladjustment. Journal of Adult Development. Sep2015, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p125-137. 13p. 5 Charts. This research surveyed the attitude … Continue reading

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Adulting- Lifelong attempt

The age of  18 has always been the boundary between teenage and adulthood for most people. As teenagers reached the age of 18, they can vote, live alone and even marry with the one they love. Countless numbers of rights are given to … Continue reading

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