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Evoke is a creative website that really gets you thinking. The missions and quests are interesting and fun to do. I think Evoke is great for people who love a challenge, and are good thinkers.

Added by Xanthe Koorey on June 13, 2012 at 1:56am — No Comments


I would set up a hospital with plenty of food, water, medicine, and other things. We would get many people with medical experience to help the sick patients. Everyone would wear masks or other protective clothes so that they don't get sick.
Toys and board games would be donated to the sick people, so that they have something to entertain them while in hospital. We would plant crops, so the patients can have fresh food to eat.

Added by Xanthe Koorey on June 13, 2012 at 1:51am — No Comments


When i'm one hundred years old, I would like to teach my grandchildren many things. I will tell them about the 2010-2011 eathquake - how we learnt to stay positive, and how we continued to live as normal as possible. I will teach them to always be honest and respectful to people. I will tell them to stay healthy and well-educated, and make something of their life. But most of all, i will tell them to always stay happy, and enjoy life :)

Added by Xanthe Koorey on June 13, 2012 at 1:41am — No Comments


In 2020 Christchurch will be a better and safer place. The city will be rebuilt with new and modern buildings that are safe. Of course, we will still have the old, historic buildings that we love, but they will be earthquake strengthened. The people will be the same, and life will be normal again with the chance of feeling an aftershock very slim.

Added by Xanthe Koorey on June 10, 2012 at 10:04pm — No Comments


In 2020 women have the same rights as men. Women and men can do the same jobs, and have equal rights. In 2020 women have become even more confident and independant.

Added by Xanthe Koorey on June 10, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments


A new cafe opened in Auckland, promoting fresh and organic foods. You simply buy your own seeds/crops and plant them in a huge outdoor garden that is open to the community. Once the veges, fruits, and grains have grown, everyone who planted something is welcome to come and make delicious food for themself! This cafe is good for people who are interested in healthy eating, or just want to try something new! It's an excellent idea, and you only pay for what you eat!

Added by Xanthe Koorey on June 10, 2012 at 9:56pm — No Comments

Mission 4 imagine

I would have the event at a beach, and there would be a cornered off area for inflatable toys and kayaks. The event would be free, but little shops, cafes and markets would sit on the perimeter of the beach for people to enjoy. Volunteers would walk around asking if people would like to dontate.
When night comes, music would play loudly for everyone to dance to, and shows and dances would be performed on a stage.

Added by Xanthe Koorey on May 1, 2012 at 11:26pm — No Comments

Mission 3 imagine


As our car parks on the side of the road, one of my friends lets out a squeal. It's my 20th birthday, and tonight we are celebrating. My parents rented a hall for the night and invited all my friends and all the family. Mum bought the food, drinks, decorations, and glow sticks - yes, tonight the only power that we will be using is the stereo for music. No lights. The glow sticks will help us see in the dark. My friends and i step out of the car and walk towards the large hall…


Added by Xanthe Koorey on May 1, 2012 at 2:30am — No Comments

Mission two Imagine


I have just came home to my cozy flat, from a long day of teaching kids about how to survive in the wild. I don't feel like doing too much cooking, beause i am so tired. So me and my flatmate, Taylor, quickly cook up some fried rice using some of the brown rice in the cupboard and vegetables we found in the fridge. It's not a fancy three-course meal, but its enough to fill me up.

Added by Xanthe Koorey on May 1, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments

Mission 1 imagine


It's 2022, and I am living in sunny Whangaparoa (just above Auckland). I walk my dog down to the beach everyday and go swimming with my friends. I am an Outdoor Educator; I teach children to be active and achieve their physical goals. I also do alot of writing and painting in my own time.

I had just finished teaching an archery class to a bunch of eight-year-old kids when I got the call that I was needed in Japan. I had to cancel the rest of my cla**** for the week, and I…


Added by Xanthe Koorey on April 23, 2012 at 5:30am — No Comments

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