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今天姐姐告訴我一個美膚的部落格

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共計GBP17.63–>177

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Pieces Florine Satchel

£38.00
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London London

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This is the last week of my first semester in LONDON  SCHOOLS OF ECONOMICS AND POLITICAL SCIENCE. I always forget that I have my own blog and i should write something to memorise my days in England.

Listening the Au Revoir Taipei theme song, I have a warm feeling of  Taiwan, as well as London. Two years ago, I was complaining that Taiwan was colder than I had expected. Today, I realise that Taiwan is warmer than I have judged. London is the city with easy foggy day and drizzling without informing anyone. The first day I was in London, the teacher in LSE told us that you would have the feeling that you wake up in the dark and come back home in the dark…Well, it is better, as I observed, because I have my worst prediction towards the weather in England. If you dont expect high, you will easily be satisfied…Go to class now and write later.

class finishes on December 9th. The semester is quite short. if i did not have a memo, i can hardly recall what i have done in my very first semester in Europe (big big merci to Agathe, who could read that I wanted a memo and bring me one from France!) England is as cold as I have expected. Everytime I drink a hot cup of tea, coffee or chocolate, I feel so warm and so happy. It always reminds me the scene from mind your language and their tea break. Europe is not as different and as scary as I have expected. (touch wood) It is always funny to exaggerate something which you have never experienced. but exaggeration is useful as a motivation for me to explore by myself and return things to what it is. I am grateful that my man has rented a sweet and nice home to welcome me in Europe. I am really lucky to have him and spend the very nice semester in Guildford. The village is tranquile and low-profile. Yes, it is easy to see all the limosines, yes, all the people living here seem to be rich out of nothing. Anyway, i like it here, because I am with xiaomai, my zhu hengheng my laogong.

i feel even closer to my parents in England than in Hong Kong. I can write my parents emails and they are quite professional in replying my emails and make me so happy. love is the best reason for people to learn something they would otherwise not learn. to this extent, love is really a great power to make the world better. My mother writes email like a professional writer and i can always imagine the facial expressions of my mama when she is writing emails to me. Papa always have something inspiring and encouraging to give me. He always gives me energy to fight for a better life. He is proud of me and trust me all the time. But he does not realise that his being proud of me results in his choice for me to pursue a degree in political science. Papa always tell mama that I inherit his great intelligence, haha it is absolutely true! I believe papa and mama are the greatest parents in the world. My exciting life in Europe, I would like to share with my parents soon. everytime my friends ask me why i choose to study in London and study political science, my reportoire is to tell them how great my parents are to support me to do something meaningful and challenging. Life is tough outside my sweet home, but I know in my sweet home, my parents are my strongest backbones and I am strong because of their unconditional support. If there is one thing I am grateful of the technology, it is the fact that it strengthens the tie between family and shorten the distance by inventing web cam. I know why I study hard, for my future and also for my parents future. I want to give my parents the same excitement, the same touching moments, the same continuous feeling of security, as they have given me.

oh, how about my classmates? it was difficult for me to get to know many classmates because first I dont live in the hall, second i was too shy or too arrogant to approach other people. I am the only Chinese student in my programme. The first friend in London is Catherine. She is a nice Canadian girl. She has interest in China. She is not arrogant at all, even though she comes from a great country. The first time I had a deep conversation with her was when she corrected my personal statement. She is very responsible and really has a look at my personal statement and check for me line by line. I treated her a cup of Mocha, and she was very grateful. I like being grateful to other people, and so is she. Sometimes I was caught being silly by her. For example, in one seminar, I was in an awkward position to put forward the question of ownership of the concept of democracy. I was quite nervous after the seminar and she was right behind me and asked me “how are you”. I never regard every how are you seriously, unless the person who said how are you are serious. I always treat Catherine´s how are you seriously because she really wants to know the answer. I told her that I was nervous and she showed incredible understanding to me. We talked for a long time in the next hour while waiting for the next lecture. She is the one who does not pretend to know something which she does not. She is the one who wants to learn even though she has known a lot. I don´t understand why certain ignorant Americans pretend to be know-all and at the same time feel so secure… Well, everything has a good side and a bad side. The good side of this story is that I know Catherine is the person who you want to be friends with. We went to the Christmas market on last Thursday and I realised that she is a Yoga instructor. So amazing!!! I really hope that we can practise Yoga at the summer term!! It would be really really fun i belive.

There are other classmates who are nice as well, but it is a shame that I did not have enough time to really know them. During the last class of Political Communication, I was sitting at the last row in the classroom. Staring at people´s back, I saw the at first too cool to be friend, and at the end too friendly not to be friend Johannes, always smiling and nervous to talke Eoin, the lovely Nina, sporty Taline, curly hair and dirty shoes Liam… I felt a little bit nostalgic. One year is too short for the slow me to meet more friends and keep in touch with them. I will see how the next semester goes. Hope I can know them better.

Oh, I am preparing to have Christmas in Germany. I am glad that Eggy has sent me an invitation letter, which makes the application process way easier than other people´s. Frohe Weinachten! Hope i can pick up as much German as I could! Otherwise, I smile my way in Christmas.

I did not understand how people create so many junk words, and I understand it now after writing this strange style of blog.. keep your comment to yourself guys.

 

 

shared passage in the politics course

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When China Starved
By Anne ApplebaumTuesday, August 12, 2008; Page A13 

Cymbals clashed; a giant scroll unfurled. There were fireworks, kites, "ancient soldiers" marching in formation, modern dancers bending their bodies into impossible shapes, astronauts, puppets, children, multiple high-tech gizmos. The Olympic opening ceremonies showed you China as China wants you to see it.

But for a deeper understanding of how far China has come -- and of how odd its transformation continues to be -- switch off the Olympics. Instead, spend a few minutes contemplating the existence of a new book: the first proper history of China's Great Famine, a catastrophe partly engineered by the Chinese Communist Party and its first leader, Mao Zedong. 

"I call this book Tombstone," the author, Yang Jisheng, writes in the opening paragraph. "It is a tombstone for my father who died of hunger in 1959, for the 36 million Chinese who also died of hunger, for the system that caused their death, and perhaps for myself for writing this book."

"Tombstone" has not been translated. Nevertheless, rumors of its contents and short excerpts are already ricocheting around the world (I first learned of it recently in California, from an excited Australian historian). Based on a decade's worth of interviews and unprecedented access to documents and statistics, "Tombstone" -- in two volumes and 1,100 pages -- establishes beyond any doubt that China's misguided charge toward industrialization -- Mao's "Great Leap Forward" -- was an utter disaster.

A combination of criminally bad policies (farmers were forced to make steel instead of growing crops; peasants were forced into unproductive communes) and official cruelty (China was grimly exporting grain at the time) created, between 1959 and 1961, one of the worst famines in recorded history. "I went to one village and saw 100 corpses," one witness told Yang. "Then another village and another 100 corpses. No one paid attention to them. People said that dogs were eating the bodies. Not true, I said. The dogs had long ago been eaten by the people."

So thorough is his documentation, apparently, that some are already calling Yang "China's Solzhenitsyn," in honor of the Russian dissident -- who died last week -- who probably did the most to expose the crimes of Stalin. But the comparison is not quite right. Yang is not a dissident but a longtime Communist Party member. For more than three decades, he was a reporter for Xinhua, the official Chinese news agency. As a result, he had access to party documents that no one else has ever had.

More to the point, he is not an outsider: On the contrary, he, his book and the story of the famine itself have a status in China that is hard to define. Though the book is banned on the mainland, it was published in Hong Kong, where it sold out immediately. At the same time, while the famine officially didn't occur -- Chinese history textbooks speak of "three years of natural disasters," not of a mass artificial famine, caused by Chairman Mao -- many people clearly remember it well, understand Mao's role in what happened and are willing to discuss it in private.

Like the communist legacy, the famine exists in a kind of limbo: undiscussed in public, unacknowledged by the state, yet a vivid part of popular memory. Because China is no longer a totalitarian country, merely an authoritarian one, a journalist like Yang could spend 10 years working on the history of the famine, openly soliciting interviews and documents. But because the Chinese Communist Party neither openly embraces nor rejects the legacy of Mao -- his name was not mentioned during the Olympics' opening ceremonies, though his picture still hangs over the entrance to theForbidden City -- there is no public discussion or debate.

It's not hard to understand why this is so. If the Chinese Communist Party were to present an honest version of its past, its own legitimacy might come into question. Why, exactly, does a party with a history drenched in blood and suffering enjoy a monopoly on political power in China? Why does a nominally Marxist party, one whose economic theories proved utterly bankrupt in the past, still preside over an explosively capitalist society? Because there aren't any good answers to those questions, it is in the Chinese leadership's interest to make sure they don't get asked.

applebaumletters@ washpost.com

Poon Wai Kit, Peter

生日这天

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再不写就不再是生日这天了

我写给自己为了纪念今天尴尬的午饭 开心的午饭 家居的逛街 腼腆的冰淇淋 撑到爆的生日蛋糕  脸红的柚子 电梯的偶遇 老师给发的reading material

第一次和同学为自己过生日

我给自己的生日礼物就是 给父母省一笔钱 省下买电脑的钱 自己为自己的不小心为自己的失误买单 我已经不是一个小孩子了 不是一个想给父母要糖父母就得给我糖的小孩子了 我长大了  我想要糖的话 要不然就要自己赚钱去买 要不然就别想再要 没有借口和理由 一直耗着爸爸妈妈 我要为自己的行为负责任了 这就是我长大了 我要尝试一下没有笔记本电脑的大学生活 我想尝试一下充分利用学校的资源 我要尝试一下赚奖学金的感受 我还要尝试一下如果可以自己赚钱买电脑会是什么样的感觉 我要尝试一下好好安排时间和空间 好好平衡学业和活动 好好想清楚感情问题 等等 等等

记录一下爸爸妈妈给我的短信 无论在任何时候遇到任何困难我都会有战胜困难的勇气 

妈妈的短信:

亲爱的小宝贝 明天就是你的生日妈妈绞尽脑汁 牵肠挂肚 苦思冥想 挖空心思 想用最美的词句送去我最衷心的祝福 但什么语言也表达不了妈妈对你的爱 千言万语汇成最强烈的心愿: 愿宝贝在今后的人生中幸福快乐时时伴随着你,珍惜现在拥有的一切 勇敢面对困难与挫折 你以前是妈妈的骄傲,现在是妈妈的骄傲 今后永远是妈妈的骄傲 妈妈今生因有你这样的女儿而自豪!亲爱的宝贝生日快乐 只要你是快乐的妈妈永远就是幸福的 让爸爸妈妈和你一起携手共同走过人生的绚丽与坎坷 充满信心拥抱美好的明天! 爱你的妈妈,朋友!

爸爸的短信

思念是一杯陈酿的弥久弥香 亲情是秋天的果实 越品越甜

弟弟的短信

姐姐生日快乐!

不同的人 不同的祝福 但是相同的是 满满的都是爱!

我的人生中有你们 再苦再累 我也可以忍 再美再甜 我也愿意和你们分享

我的亲人 我的朋友 我的一切!