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Two Worlds Divided

The Karakoram Highway (23) Nature’s beauty is shrouded by human’s waste. The snowy mountain’s magnificence, hidden from our eyes. The sickening smog becomes an impenetrable barrier, blocking out the nature, never to be seen. The highway down below only sees … Continue reading

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Chinese Revolution CommonCraft Video

What changed in China as a result of the revolution?  The Chinese Cultural Revolution setback China and its economy, creating 10 years of bloodshed, torture and disaster. Mao needed to devastate his enemies, so he falsely  claimed that the party was invaded by … Continue reading

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Russian Revolution

25/8/1939 Sergei (Austin) It has been 15 years since Vladimir Lenin died. In theses 15 years, Russia has changed a lot. For these past few years, I have worked ambitiously. My efforts have earned me a General rank in the … Continue reading

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County vs. Family

Chris Kyle ships out to the Middle East in 2003, only a few months after marrying his wife, Taya Kyle. Throughout American Sniper, he writes about his conflicting loyalties: he loves Taya and his children, but he also wants to … Continue reading

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Margo Roth Spiegelman

Margo Roth Spiegelman is the girl that the protagonist, Quentin Jacobsen, is in love with. At school, she the most popular girl that every guy has dreamed of. In the beginning of the story, Margo found out her boyfriend was … Continue reading

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A Strict Chinese Mother From “Rules of the Game”

The short story Rules of the Game by Amy Tan describes how a young Chinese girl named Waverly Jong is living in the Chinatown in San Francisco. After she found her talent in chess, she became an international chess champion. … Continue reading

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