Monthly Archives: August 2018

Split Personality, Waverly Jong

Waverly Jong is hardworking, considerate, and immature. On one hand, her advantages brought her infinite glory. On the other hand, her incomplete mindset is tearing up the relationship between Jong and her mother. First, Jong is hardworking because she wouldn’t have … Continue reading

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Dear Sheila

From The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant  by W. D. Wetherell

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My First Week

Entering the classroom with concerns and worries, exiting with joy and excitement. To be honest, the first week of school was so different from what was expected. I thought that I would die from the tedious courses. However, I was … Continue reading

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Dreams of Humanities Richard

1. English is like treasure the further and deeper you unearth, the richer the treasure. As a foreign learner, I am most interested in poetry. However, I never had the chance to receive the specific education that mainly focuses on … Continue reading

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