Did you all have a good time celebrating the fantastic Chinese New Year? To the majority of the working population nowadays, the origin of the CNY is probably one of the most obscure traditions about the Chinese culture and the utmost importance of the CNY should be that they have… Read More
Witnessing students’ improvement in English and growth in confidence is my greatest pleasure. I hope to motivate my students to explore the fun in learning a language.
- BBA(management), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
- Reading and Drawing
Several different teachers have shared their tips and experiences with regard to speaking in a second language in an everyday context. Here I would like to talk about another situation where effective speaking is of paramount importance – public speaking. Thinking of speaking in front of a large crowd, has… Read More
A treasure doesn’t necessarily need to be something tangible. One of the most valuable assets I possess, I would say, is my ability to treasure everything I have with gratefulness. A few years ago, I took a psychological test of which the objective was to let us project our personality… Read More
Imagine you were a king, would you renounce all the powers and wealth you are entitled to for a woman you love? Authority and marriage, two concepts that people nowadays could not imagine to be setting off against each other as a binary opposition, constitutes the struggle through Edward VIII’s life. Read More
Written by William Butler Yeats who was the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1923, this poem evokes a sense of remorse from its readers while trying to make them reflect upon the grave topics of aging and love. The first two stanzas depict how the woman the… Read More