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Pass on calligraphy to the younger generations

I want to pass on calligraphy to the younger generations. Calligraphy has been passed from China for a long time, it is a great work of art and has different beautiful forms of character; I think we should keep passing this traditional art. And, writing calligraphy is good for our body. According to my calligraphy teacher said, it can make our body healthy. People who write calligraphy usually live longer than those who don’t write calligraphy. Why? As we know people who always get angry will… Continue

Posted on June 17, 2011 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

Wise people in Massai

I think people in Massai are wise. We have to use new technology to forecast the weather, but they just only need to observe the stars. It let me think of our ancestors observed the weather and made the Lunar calendar. People in the old days are really smart. Instead of destroyed the environment to make their lives better, they follow the nature rules and still lived a comfortable life. Why don’t we keep this tradition to remain a balance between human and nature?

Posted on June 17, 2011 at 5:34pm

Different use of Ushahidi

Ushahidi is an useful tool. But besides using it to know where the disaster is in Africa, maybe we can develop some other function. During lunch time or dinner time, there are usually lots of peoples at the restaurant. We get to the restaurant, but there is no seat! We are hungry and frustrated. However, we have no choice but to go back home. But, if we use Ushahidi, thing may change. The owner of the restaurant sends out message when his restaurant is already full of people. The circle will… Continue

Posted on June 17, 2011 at 4:56pm — 1 Comment


People use oil as an important energy source. Many machines need oil like cars, airplanes and ships. But because the population is increasing, we use more oil than before, and it is becoming scarce. In the future, we may have no oil to use. What will the people do? And what will the world be like?

The prices of the oil may be higher, and countries will arguing because of the lack of energy. However, humans are smart and they know arguing and complaining won’t make the situation better. So… Continue

Posted on May 15, 2011 at 12:55pm

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Stinging Nettle

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