Author Archives: Yingnan Zhang

Reflection of the movie–The Martian

I watched the fantastic movie called The Martian a year ago and learned a lot from it. This fictional film tells a story about the main protagonist, Mark Watney, who was left on Mars accidentally by his crewmates during a … Continue reading

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On A Beam of Light—The Life of Albert Einstein.

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Group Video Project Response–What I Wish I Had Known Two Years Ago

This is exactly the first time for me to participate in a group video project and I believe it will become an indelible memory in my mind. Before starting this project, I have never thought about “choosing a college” as … Continue reading

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It’s not adulting, guys, it’s just living—-Editorial response outline

http://www.ridgecrestca.com/article/20160801/NEWS/160809997 This editorial called “It’s not adulting, guys, it’s just living” is written by Lisa Sugarman, the columnist of “It is what it is,” and posted on The Daily Independent. In this editorial, Sugarman defined the meaning of the word … Continue reading

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Entering adulthood: Stepping out Vagueness with different pace: An Annotated Bibliography

Zhang Yingnan Dr. Fitzsimmons English 1101 12 September 2016 Entering adulthood: Stepping out Vagueness with different pace: An Annotated Bibliography Gross, Francis L. Introducing Erik Erikson: An Invitation to His Thinking. University Press of America, 1987, pp. 47. Print. The … Continue reading

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The definition of “ADULT”: When will you become an adult?

“When will I become an adult?” This is a question frequently asked by young children to their parents, and based on my experience, their parents would often answer: “When you grow up.” Actually, this combination of question and answer forms … Continue reading

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