From Loyalist to a Patriot

I was born twice; first, in a shivery night in the streets of Britain as a loyalist and who was devoted to the royals; and then again, in the colonies as a patriot who sought independence from the unjust acts of the royals. Moving to the colonies was the best decision I made my entire […]

How George Washington Made America

Link to photo The American Revolution was a colonial insurgency which occurred between 1765 and 1783 starting from the culmination of the French and Indian war. What started out as a revolution subsequently turned in to a ruthless war between the colonies that soon became the United States of America and Great Britain. This war […]

Final Russian Revolution Journal

It is 1939 in an abnormal day. A pact called the Nazi-Soviet-pact, which is the Treaty of Non-Aggression between Germany and the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), was signed. Ungracious and insolent citizens of the Soviet Union were griping and dissenting about our new ally, Germany. They should be grateful for at least being […]

Foreign Legations and the Boxers

The boxers have gone through multiple events in history. Some may assert that the boxers deserve a negative reputation in history while some do not. In my opinion, the boxers deserve a good reputation. First of all, the boxers never invaded or intruded any other country’s territory. They weren’t interested in any of the things […]

Your Superficial Complaints – Poem

-Your Superficial Complaints-   In an early morning of 2018 A boy with black curly hair Wearing a white t shirt and black shorts Walks back home from school With a frown extending as far as outer space He goes up the glittering marble staircase Sits on his soft leather chair in his room And […]

Hermia’s Character in Midsummer Night’s Dream

This project was inspired by a story/play engendered by Shakespeare, called A Midsummer Night’s Dream where conflicts to find true love are portrayed. I chose to represent a character called Hermia, a daughter of a rich family who is craving to marry her true love, Lysander but her dad not allowing her to and forcing […]

The Toughest Question to Answer(Blog Redo)

Have you ever experienced a time where you had to answer a tough question? In this appalling story, a barber had to decide on a tough question whether he should become a murdered or a hero: “And so, which will it be? Murderer or hero? My fate hangs on the edge of this razor blade.” […]

Waverly’s Rules of the Game

  “Rules of the Game” – Amy Tan “Strongest wind cannot be seen” (Tan 1) is the art of invisible strength that Waverly Jong, the protagonist of the story, learned from her mom when she was six. Waverly is a Chinese immigrant living in San Francisco with few brothers and a unique mom. She is […]