I did not have any idea where to go in the United States, I used to spend hours on my laptop looking for universities. Fortunately, most of my high school friends decided to go abroad so I had that chance to have some recommendations which
For example, finding sources that were useful was hard and I had to spend hours combing through each one. A historian may come across the same problem if they are researching a niche event. I also used many resources that were written years after the event occured. I found that this was an advantage because the facts were more consistent compared to the older sources. Sources that were written during, or close to the time, that Korea was a colony can be useful because the author is using their own personal experience to write about the event.
As a college student, I am immediately drawn to the class that demonstrates ethos and logos. My senior year in high school, I had an economics teacher that knew absolutely everything, econ related or not. Any question I had, he would know the answer and give me a full-on explanation with sources backing it up. I trusted his answers because he showed both ethos and logos. I was drawn to your letter because I am a concerned US citizen who interested in the secretive North Korea.
The Gold Rush, an event which lasted only a decade yet so crucial to American history in more ways than one, had an everlasting impact on the society that Americans live in today. Although their ethnic and cultural background may be different from other immigrants in the U.S., the Chinese immigrants helped shape and construct
Unlike many kids my age, I never had an allowance. What I did have was the $500 that I get every year on Chinese New Year; so, it was up to me to ration out the money evenly and to make sure that I wouldn’t go penniless days before the next Chinese New Year. As the months slowly approached the beginning of a new year, the money in the bank also progressively dwindled. I needed to find a way to buy after school snacks and have money left over for occasional outings. I was getting desperate and was about to ask my mom for
My first school choice is Pennsylvania Institute of Taxidermy Inc, it is located at 118 Industrial Pk Rd in Ebensburg. They offer many degrees, some are law, music, medical, and taxidermy. The first year cost of tuition, room, and board is $29,576. There are 12 students enrolled at the Institute. There are no extracurricular activities because this is a Tech school.
By Friday I found a second hand Bookstore by me with one book of Edgar Leoni’s “Nostradamus and His Prophecies”. He wrote this for his thesis at Harvard which is an unusual book for a Thesis but I wonder if he felt compelled to have to write it. This voice let me know that any preconceived ideas would hinder me so I would not read anything about Nostradamus at all. The next week I just knew that I was going to be able to decipher these and would write a book. It took only 3 years to almost figure out his codes to the quatrains which are 4 short lines called quatrains.
Numerous influences throughout my life sparked growth in me as a character. Among sixteen years of constant change, the philosophy of the East seemed to stick with me. Like Sun Wukong’s journey to the West, I embarked on my own journey to the East. It was a journey to the beliefs and ideas of Asia which changed my views of life and society completely. As the son of two Vietnamese immigrants who came to America after the Vietnam War, the Asian mindset persisted in my household despite their assimilation thirty years ago.
When I signed up for this class I was a little tentative at first, I have never taken an online class before and this semester I am taking two. I am used to going to class two or three times a week and interacting with my classmates in a room along with getting assigned work each time. The past couple days has taken me a bit of time getting used to the format and planning when I need to work on this class. However, I found that once I got adjusted I have been doing quite well with keeping up on the work. Often times I needed to read several paragraphs a few more times to get a full understanding of what the author was stating.
That was the first month in my high school, in a Language and Arts class. Our English teacher Mr. Peterson let us read an eight pages article and wrote three paragraphs journal about our opinions. It was easy for my classmates because they were all Americans, but it was hard for me. I was the only one who cannot finish that in-class assignment, so I just