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Apr 11, 2014 - Love man

google2Han Han, in his article about Wang Shuo had mentioned that he appreciate this person very much, if Wang Shuo injury his family or robbed her girlfriend, he would not let go of Wang Shuo.From these words ,we can see that the family and loved ones are how important in the eyes of Han Han.But isn't it the same for us ordinary people ?The ancients have stormed crowns for a femme.Some people used all their life to avenge for his parents.So the world's children are obedient.Parents bound never be replaced.If the day in our family, we also...

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Apr 11, 2014 - Love man

googleTo continue) 4.Dare to ask yourself if it's worth it.If you can't find the part of your job that you like, or if you can see yourself turning into the person you said you would never be, consider the reasons.It may not be a new job that you need, just a new direction.Do you like the person you are doing this job?If not, are there changes you can make to the way you do your job or is the job itself the problem?Do you need to be doing a different position within the same company?Are additional responsibilities taking you away from the...

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Apr 11, 2014 - Love man

To be loved you have to love.True lovers are willing to sacrifice themselves for each other's sake.True love needs no expression in words.One glance is enough to make each other understand.A handshake, a gentle touch inspired by respect and admiration, will leave you intoxicated and remain in your memory.Even when you are old you will recall and cherish it with deep emotion.Real love is unforgetahle.With the development of science and technology, love becomes more noble, rich, fine and subtle.As is known to all, everyone is born with the...

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Apr 11, 2014 - Love man

google1Love the Job You Every day we hear about people making radical career changes.The opportunities exist, but will all these changes make us any happier once we get there?Maybe the question is not "How can I get the job I'll love?"but "How can I love the job I have?"Following are four practical steps towards coming to terms with why you do what you're doing.Take some time to think about it, and you might be surprised by what you find.1.Realize that your job does not define you, but how you do it does.There's a lot to be said for...

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Dec 21, 2009 - Almost finished...

I am not into my last half an hour of freedom before the chaos of the next couple of weeks happens. That's right, exam time! First exams start in an hour, so full on marking all day everyday for the next 9 days. Then the paperwork....urgh. Bring on the Spring Festival holiday (and the timetable for next semester!).

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Dec 20, 2009 - I'm trying!!!

Okay, so I am slow at doing this. Have to admit I've just seen 'Julie and Julia' which inspired me to get back onto the bandwagon. Perhaps I am the ESL world's answer to Julie Powell? Not a lot on the China front. I have finally finished my Masters degree after 3 years, so no more excuses for not blogging. The term is almost at an end- this week is exams, then a good solid week for marking. Hopefully I will also get confirmation of what I'll be teaching next term, though I have heard rumours it would be Literature, Writing and oral....

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Nov 7, 2009 - Attempt $23863 at journalling!

Well, I will try and keep a journal a little more often now that I have just completed my MA (as of today!!). My first thing to do is to go out for a long long walk. Maybe tomorrow! And seeing as a certain government won't let us into a certain book site (you must know what I mean) then I guess this could be the next best thing. Today, not a lot, other than finishing my final paper. Knee going stupid again, maybe it's the cooler weather. Tonight we have a visitor, so I'm waiting for a call for when she arrives! Will be nice to have a...

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Nov 7, 2009 - Off to Dongguan.

Four periods of teaching this morning, starting at 8am and finishing at 11.40, and after the last class, I went out to the side street, and bought some fruit to eat on the bus. Then home, and finished packing. I did not have to rush, which was nice, as my bus was not leaving until 1.30. When it was time to leave, I headed to the bus stop, but waited for a while, before flagging down a taxi, and going to the bus station that way. I went to the shop in the bus station, and bought myself a packet of biscuits, and a can of cold coffee, to add...

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Jun 19, 2006 - Hong Kong

As per the Luxe Guide .....If you're on a budget, don't come to Hong Kong! And to add to that, if you're with Bob Knight, try not to spot Mortons Steakhouse on your way to your hotel... you're in for a big night out! Having left the palatial rooms of The Astor Hotel in Shanghai, the packers crept single file into their shoebox - aka their Hong Kong Kowloon Hotel room. The stunning views of their adjacent hotels' airvents reminded them that they were about 15 floors away from being rich. But this didn't dent the beer budget and champagne...

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Jun 18, 2006 - Hong Kong to mainland China for the day

June 19, 2006 9:41 AM Hello! Hope everyone had a great weekend! Michael and I just got back from disney land on lantau island, it was small but fun. One more night here in HK and then we fly to vietnam tommorow night. Went to China yesterday to the land of the knock offs(eveything there is a fake....even pop), did some shopping amongst SWARMS of people, it was one of the most interesting experiences as of yet. Mainland China is much different from HK island. Everything is on a larger scale and people need to work so much harder to make a...

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Dec 31, 2005 - Yangon ( via Hong Kong )

Hallo ! Nou we zijn aangekomen in Birma en in Yagon, de hoofdstad, een internet aansluiting gevonden. De reis, vanaf Hong Kong via Bangkok, erg vermoeiend. In Hong Kong alles relaxed en prima geregeld. Bangkok daarentegen weer een drama. We zijn tegen Bangkok en Bangkok tegen ons. Want aangekomen in Yangon missen we een rugzak. Die van mij. We moeten dus vandaag afwachten of die boven water komt. Maar ja, alles is te vervangen en gelukkig zitten er alleen stink kleren in. Alle belangrijke spullen hadden we op de man. HP heeft beloofd, als...

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