Tuesday, 19 October 2010
I'm sorry for not posting for a while. I just finished a book called Hunger Games. Hunger Games is just so good. It is about a girl name Katniss Everdeen, who is in the lowest district, District 12. Her world is full of poverty and at the same time wealth. Hunger Games, noone in her district would want to get chosen. Hunger Games is a TV show, which 2 people in every district have to play. The capitol, the government people gets to bet on 1 person, which they think will win. Katniss Everdeen got into the hunger games for variety of reasons, which she still regrets. Peeta, her district stranger is also chosen for the game. The baker's son. He is the one who gave hope to her by giving her the burnt bread when she was in poverty. But she has to kill him to survive and win this Hunger Games.
The next book is Catching Fire. Which I am going to read.
Thursday, 24 June 2010
Tuesday, 22 June 2010
Friday, 4 June 2010
Monday, 31 May 2010
Wednesday, 26 May 2010
Tuesday, 25 May 2010
Monday, 24 May 2010
Today was a terrible day, not just any terribles, but this one was out there. During the twelve ceremony, the Chief called everyone's number to assign them, in order. When Chief called Fiona, I knew exactly what it was, Old taker. I didn't know what I would get, not a clue. When it was time to call my number, she just, she just SKIPPED ME.
Friday, 21 May 2010
- Clio awarded this advertisement, because it affects peoples' feeling from happy to sad. Also makes childrens' think they're lucky, and make them think back about how they acted before to children with poverty.
Symbolism-Computer box, that's been thrown away
Body language- Children lying down inside the box like it's their home
Camera angle- There is to give a highlight on the kids and the box.
Special Language- None
Beauty and social standing- None
layout and graphic- Old picture style
Wednesday, 19 May 2010
Want to drive through that snow with a hot new looks? Snowy is where you should look. Get loads of attention from those ladies, waiting for you. Be cool, look cool, stay cool. Snowy is the right snow board for you,
Tuesday, 18 May 2010
Tuesday, 11 May 2010
Monday, 10 May 2010
Wednesday, 21 April 2010
Monday, 19 April 2010
Tuesday, 13 April 2010
Monday, 12 April 2010
Mystery also needs Victim. This girl is getting shot by anonymous.
Solver is one the most main character in mystery. This guy is trying to find evidence.
This is the evidence from the crime scene. Hand prints will lead the solver to the crime- starter.
This is a crime.
Saturday, 10 April 2010
We've been watching monk for a couple of days and I'm going to analyse this show. First, The crime was a murder of Robert Boyd. Second, the solver of the mystery is Monk, 2 police officers and Natalie.Third, the bad guy is Angeline. The victim was ofcourse Robert Boyd. There were no witnesses, but several clues like the horse shoe which was upside down in Robert's house. Excuses for Angeline was their family relationship. There was suspect which was the Voodoo doll shop keeper. Several evidence were that Angeline bought 6 voodoo dolls from the shop when 6 people received the dolls. And that Angeline was a paramedic so she knows which drug to use to look like her uncle died from a heart attack. The surprice ending was that everybody thought that the murderer was the shop-keeper, but it was the innocent fake-victim Angeline
Wednesday, 31 March 2010
Thursday, 18 March 2010
Wednesday, 10 February 2010
I just wanted to say hi to TAS.
Last, last thursday and friday, your school's IASAS team visited our school to compete other IASAS teams. It was really fun to watch. Rugby, especially. Our school was cheering, badly. Weird hairstyles, fighting over to score, was great to watch. Sorry, I explained it like it is not that fun, but you know it is really fun. Our man cheer was NAGA NAGA NAGA OI OI OI! Stuff like that. I really want to know your school's cheer. Anyway, do you have does people that wears does masks and costume? One of our high-schooler wore the dragon suit. It's really cool.
I hope you guys will tell me soon.
P.S Sorry that I had a random subject. I had nothing to write.
Saturday, 6 February 2010
Another weekends had come, I'm really bored so like I'm on the internet. I figured that google chrome is very cool. Well, I had it long time ago, but I didn't use it, because I thought it was just a toolbar downloader or something. Well, anyway it's really cool. I'm on it right now so I could play around with my blog. Having fun changing and searching for a blog template. Oh and my dad is planning to go to mangadua ( if that's how you spell it) to check the price of Blackberry Gemini and Javelin. He's planning to buy it for me. Oh ya, I have to go to do my church homework. CYA
Wednesday, 3 February 2010
2. Out of the blue: Out of the subject; random
3. Hesitantly: Something that you're forced to do; stopping to think
4. Hatch: The noun, Hatch is a door on the ship (it's on the floor); the verb, Hatch means movement when the egg cracks and chick is born.
5. Orientation: Something you see that you have to know
6. Chateau: Chateau is a very big, luxury house. Where normally really rich celebrities and a very rich person lives. Some kind of a castle.
7. Thunderous: Doing something very seriously, rudely.
8. Contradiction: Disagreement.
9. Faults: Mistake or a failure.
10. Preserve: Something to keep it usable.
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
Public journal has many good stuff to learn from. Public journals gives other people lessons from their experience and what I told you before it could show future people about the history you took.
Wednesday, 27 January 2010
Tuesday, 26 January 2010
2. Outside forces have stopped Haiti from advancing. After wining their independence with France, Haiti thought it was free, but it has never been a smooth ride for them. They had a civil war between groups of slave owners but the world never helped. The French lost their wealthiest colony at the time after the war. The French and the Americans are holding a grudge the island for their loss and will not help the country.
3. Not long after exploiting the land for sugar cane production the Spanish found larger population in Mexico, Peru, and Bolivia with richer soils and silver mines. They turned their attention to those places.
4. Columbus first set foot on the heavily forested island of Hispaniola, the mountainous nation has shed both topsoil and blood—first to the Spanish, who planted sugar, then to the French, who cut down the forests to make room for lucrative coffee, indigo, and tobacco.
5. French pirates and French traders gradually took over the western 1/3 of the island (Haiti). The French escalated the slave trade so that by 1785 there were 700,000 slaves in what would become Haiti, and only 30,000 slaves in what would become Dominican Republic. The French eventually dominated the whole island.
6. Out of Haiti’s 22 presidents from 1843 to 1915, 21 were assassinated or driven out of office. Presidents governed in order to enrich themselves and their followers. In 1957 Papa Doc Duvalier became the most notorious dictator of Haiti, terrorizing his people with secret police, torture, and killings. He or his son “Baby Doc” controlled the government until 1986.
7. With ongoing exploration and settlement the Native Indian population was decimated. Inferior weapons and ability to fight off new germs like smallpox reduced the population to 3000 natives. These original landowners had little chance other than to die out or be assimilated into the new population. The island was repopulated with African slaves who were imported to provide cheap labor to harvest sugar cane.
Sunday, 24 January 2010
2. Stop antagonizing your sister!
3. You're making splotches on my shirt by shooting paintballs at me.
4. Carcass usually happens on a village side, where there is a lot of animals.
5. There is your Christmas parcel under the tree, over there.
6. The instruction of this cellphone is really extensive.
7. That Edward shirt is so eccentric.
8. Haiti has such a pitiful scene.
9. Drawing is my realm.
10. Our basketball team is the dominant team of the international basketball tournament.
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
Again, a slow computer, way behind the class. So this is the story, I brought a USB, which had my grandmother's information, everyone else had printed, so I had to go to P1 lab, get stuff printed, One computer had word 2003, so I couldn't open the file, One laptop was too slow, when I printed, and ran back to class, THE END. Everyone finished. What a day!
I got a PowerDirector 8.0 from my dad, I downloaded some interesting effects from the DirectorZone, a website especially for Cyberlink Video maker programs. Yesterday, I finished the movie for Personal History project, except the recordings. I don't know how I am going to do that. I have a recorder, but I don't thing I have a line to connect it to the computer.
Blue day again, have Health and Mandarin for electives. See you later
Monday, 18 January 2010
Thursday, 14 January 2010
People had lost their homes and now they have no where to go and no where to start a brand-new life.
People has lost their things and like this old lady in this photo, people became poor and starving.
The 7.0 earthquake was so strong that crashed the Haiti government palace. The earthquake killed people or injured thousands of Haitian.
The capital city of Haiti has trash all over the road like this photo, and people are scouring the area to find food or things that are eatable or usable.
Things are getting worse in Haiti. Even though, there is no disaster, Haiti was still poor and hopeless, but with this earthquake disaster, America and other places around the world started to get interest on Haiti and started to help and rescue survivers.
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
Monday, 11 January 2010
The next day, we went home and rest again.