"I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious" - Albert Einstein

Product Design – Lamp

Product Design – Plastics Eyeglasses

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In Ken Liu’s short story, “The Paper Menagerie” the paper menagerie symbolizes the struggle of the mother to show her love to her son Jack. At the start of the story, Jack was shown to us as a kid that has a Chinese mom and an American dad. Jack was moved to America when he was small, so he hardly know any Chinese culture. Jack’s mom made him a paper menagerie for him to play with, but then when he moved to other places, he realized that the kids there did not play with his things, so he did not respect his mom, he did not know that his mother is showing love to him. In the end, when he read mom’s letter, he realized that his mom had always loved him, he regretted what he has done to reject the love of his mom.

Analytical writing

In Ken Liu’s short story “The Paper Menagerie,” Jack’s identity changes and develops through the use of characterization, setting, and dialogue.

On The Side Walk Bleeding

The main character in Evan Hunter’s short story entitled “On the Sidewalk Bleeding” initially believes that he is not dying of the attack, but later understands that he is dying because of the attack. His changing understanding is revealed through the use of wanting help of others and wanting Laura to be by her side, but he did not get any of them, as time pasts he slow began to realize what is happening to him. “He felt weak and tired. He felt alone and wet. He knew he was going to die now. It made him sad, but not afraid.”

English Strength and Weakness

My Weakness: Low on vocabulary

My Strengths: Speaks English Fluently

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