Meet the Next Step in Refrigerator Technology: The RefrigerBerry

This is a RefrigerBerry, a box that keeps your berries cool – wherever you go!

Using top-of-the-line waterproof cardboard, and a high-tech milk-box container shell, the RefrigerBerry fulfills your e-berry (get it?) need. There are two compartments – one on the bottom for ice to keep to berries cool, and the berry compartment at the top to hold your delicious fruits.

Although the idea was the same, the prototype differed a lot from the design. The original design was supposed to be round and had a lockable lid. The handle would flip into place and carabiners could clip onto it. However, due to the fact that we were stuck in a house and couldn’t get a lot of the supplies, lack of investors, no water-proof materials in the house, and the shortage of industrial-level plastic molders, we had to resort to a milk-box container for our prototype. Gosh, it even took us an hour to find tape! Long story short, the prototype was not everything I wanted it to be (it wasn’t even waterproof) and it could’ve been better. However, it provided a general concept of the design and allowed me to come up with a company slogan: “RefrigerBerry – Always keep your berries cool!” which is the whole point of making a prototype in the first place.

The American Revolution from a Merchant’s Perspective

Adam is a foods and entertainment merchant living in Boston. He loves his job and home, but the only thing ruining the place that he lives is his sister, who lives near him. Adam resents her because of their different political views. At the start of his revolutionary journey, he is a devout patriot, angered by the taxes that the British imposed on him and his colleagues. His sister, on the other hand, is a loyalist, who admires the crown and the United Kingdom. Join Adam on his journey as he fights against the British at first, but, coping with the murder of his sister by a patriot, has to reconsider his values. Will he choose to take revenge on his previous allies, or will he persist as a patriot and witness the rise of a new nation?

The American revolution was a very important event. not only was a superpower birthed, but its political values as a nation reshaped the globe – those include emphasis on freedom, equality, and democracy, which are a huge consideration in Adam’s choice to stay in the United States. In addition to physical freedom, religious freedom was also one of the perks of America, though it was there before the revolution. Although things look good for Adam, a white male, women and Africans would still suffer for years to come, and they are still being mistreated to this day. However, they were given the power to change laws that persecute them, because the country, after the revolution, established a democracy, so that the common people could change the country for the better.

In short, the revolution was certainly a very important event, and it changed many things across the globe.

From Washing Machines to #1 Best-Selling Pain

The American Revolution in Plain English by Robinson is an educational video that gives an in-depth rundown of the American Revolution – in Plain English. It starts with the French and Indian war, and then the taxes, the battles, Common Sense, Declaration of Independence, and finally, the Treaty of Paris. It also analyzes the continuity and change of the revolution.

A Penguin Loves Its Home

A Penguin Loves Its Home 

By Robinson Tong 

Admiring the white, untouched sleet, 

Crunching under his satisfied feet. 

The taste of fish still in his beak, 

The penguin is no longer weak. 

Now, over the snow he will roam, 

Oh, how a penguin loves its home. 


In the seas, the penguin spies, 

A patch of black, like in the skies. 

It scares the fish and stings its nose 

And stains its feathers the color of crows. 

And from the beak flows white foam, 

Oh, how a penguin loves its home. 


The penguin finds the sea to be bare, 

And fish, krill and squid very rare. 

His empty stomach aches and growls, 

And, looking at him, a seal scowls. 

The shore piling with Styrofoam, 

Oh, how a penguin loves its home. 


The food all gone, the sky gray and black, 

Not a sound, not a crunch or a quack. 

No snow and sleet for penguins to roam. 

How can a penguin love its home, 

With a barren and empty shore, 

When his beloved home is no more? 


LAST WEEK, 7-4 and 7th grade FA went on a trip to the outskirts of Beijing. first, went to a village called 灵水村. my biggest complaint is that the places we did activities and the place we lived and ate were very far from each other. also, one of the buses broke down so there was a change in the schedule. in addition to that, there was a big courtyard at the place we lived so we could have done our activities there. another complaint is that the activities were boring. I think the organizers should have given us more freedom, and let us choose what we did. so those are my complaints about the trip.