• HS-9 English
  • Ship Breaker Chapter 1-3 Reflection

    “Nailer clambered through a service duct, tugging at copper wire and yanking it free.” The author cut into the scene directly without giving any background story. However, later in the book, from descriptions and dialogues, the author revealed the protagonist’s identity. Nailer works as a light crew to free copper wires in a shipwrecked ship […]

  • Global Perspective
  • Global Perspective- Ban on 5G Huawei

    Topic: Following US sanctions against Huawei, UK weights Huawei 5G ban.   Two Articles: https://www.nationalreview.com/2020/07/a-closer-look-at-britains-huawei-reversal/ The perspective of this article is that UK had made a good decision on banning 5G Huawei. It mainly mentioned the threats of Huawei on cybersecurity, that the Chinese Communist Party could use Huawei as a platform for espionage and […]

  • Drama
  • Life Imitating Art

    The Son of Man (by René François Ghislain Magritte) I used an orange to replace the apple on the man’s face, because apple is too big for me to bite on.   I have no idea what this painting is called, which I just found it on google. I was basically imitating the pose of […]

  • Humanities
  • History Channel on American Revolution

    Link to American Revolution Map: http://cdn.thinglink.me/api/image/753969043769131010/1024/10/scaletowidt… This is a video about the American Revolution. It includes almost all the major events and turning points of the revolution. The events that were not said in the videos were: the major wars (only talked through two), the Publication of Common Sense and the Articles of Confederation.

  • Humanities
  • Sergei’s Life Under Stalin

    Journal #4              I couldn’t believe Stalin had now completely taken over the USSR and eliminated all the threats to the country within just a few years. Through his brilliant leads, I’m completely convinced that he was the leader our country needed. As a reward for my long-time loyalty to […]