Monthly Archives: January 2008

Lan Kwai Fong

What does Lan Kwai Fong Means ?   Nearly every of my intern students have been to the place of Lan Kwai Fong, but I don’t think they can understand the meaning of these three words if I don’t explain. That’s … Continue reading

Posted in The Pearl Of The Orient | 1 Comment

Can you name them out properly ?

Can you name them out properly ?   So don’t look at the answer first, it’s at the back end. Try to name them out one by one and refer to the following grading. When you are studying in mainland and can … Continue reading

Posted in Eating around the world, Languages | 7 Comments

Studying Abroad

Studying Abroad     Due to the limitation of time, so during the internship, I might not have enough time to explicit the procedures of applying for graduate school thoroughly; for normally on the last day, students are more interested in … Continue reading

Posted in Application for studies & jobs | 3 Comments

Plaisir D’Amour

Plaisir D’Amour   PLAISIR D’AMOUR (Original French Lyrics)            PLAISIR D’AMOUR (English translation)  Plaisir d’amour ne dure qu’un moment.                    The joys of love last but a moment. Chagrin d’amour dure toute la vie.                           The grief of love lasts a lifetime. J’ai tout quitté pour … Continue reading

Posted in Love & Love | 11 Comments

Jonathan Livingstone Seagull 天地一沙鷗

Jonathan Livingstone Seagull 天地一沙鷗   I have a Siberian experience in Yun Nan, not of the place, but of the flock. The above seagulls fly to the city of Kun Ming every winter from Siberia for over twenty years. Those … Continue reading

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The Yunnan Experience

  The Yunnan Experience Intern students periodically would ask me how to improve their standard of English, before that you must know your strong points and weak points. For academic English, basically there would not be great problem; if so, it only … Continue reading

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