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Picture book analysis(Norman Bethune in China)

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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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The automobility of millennials — Fact Checking

Link of the Editorial: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/01944363.2015.1057196?scroll=top&needAccess=true This editorial is about the decreasing feature of the automobility of millennials. It first illustrates the fact that millennials drive less than people in the past at the same age. Then it shifts to explain … 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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Sources discussing independence and responsibilities of this generation

(All my work citations are on the last page and my summary is below the analysis of the third source.)       First I want to talk about the article, “This Is What ‘Adulting’ Means”, written by Katy Steinmetz, … Continue reading

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Millennials – A Misunderstood Generation

Being a millennial, I could be considered either the most qualified to define a member of my generation or the least qualified. C.S. Lewis once said that the only thing you can really understand is yourself (of course, this is … Continue reading

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