Author Archives: Zijin Luo

Cinderella’s New Appearance

Everyone knows Cinderella. Fairytales are always the favorite of children. Since very first days of my life, I have watched and read fairytales. The especially comic book, which is the main way to visualize words for better comprehension and fun, … Continue reading

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Video Project Reflection – How to make adulting vivid

For this assignment, our group chooses to tell our stories from the perspectives of personal stuff. The inspiration of our plan is the diversity of our group. We have an athlete, and honor student, a Singaporean who have experiences of … Continue reading

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Do Millennials suck? – editorial response

My editorial is I’m a millennial and my generation sucks. The marked version is right here: new-doc-4 Claims and Evidence: Claim 1: “Millennials are the worst.” Evidence 1: “First there was Talia Jane, the dopey, 25-year-old Yelp employee who was … Continue reading

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Adult: developed physically and mentally

Annotated Bibliography 1 Myers, David G. “Part 4: Developing Through the Life Span.” Exploring Psychology in Modules, edited by David G. Myers and C. Nathan DeWall, 10th edition, 2016, pp. 119-179. Launchpad,, Accessed 13 Sep, 2016. Myers offers advice on biopsychosocial … Continue reading

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Coming of Age: accumulative and unpredictable

Coming of age is always discussed in focus by parents. They hoped we could grow up soon so that they would not take care of everything for us. Although uncountable teenagers attend their Coming of Age Ceremonies among all continents, … Continue reading

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