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Kao Min Hao's Blog – February 2013 Archive (6)

Alternative Currency

Alternative Currency is the money that can only be used in a community, but not outside of it. Also, alternative currency is for the people that are using the money, not the people that have the money and I think that no one have the money, all of the people are using the money. One of the example of alternative currency is barter. Barter is trading things with things, for example I want to trade my laptop with the watch that I want. Barter have advantages and disadvantages. One of the…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on February 24, 2013 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Act 5 - Future of Money

The experience that I have done is saving money that my parents gave me for buying lunch. My parents give me money every week for lunch and my maid will make the breakfast. Sometimes, my maid will make a big amount of breakfast and I can't finish it, so I will continue eating it on lunch time. That means that I don't need to buy any lunch and I can save my lunch money. I have two saving box, one is for coins money and one is for the leftover lunch money. For the coin saving box, I can't use…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on February 19, 2013 at 5:11pm — No Comments

Learn 6 - Empowering Women

The story that I choose for this mission is UN officials join global call to end violence against women and girls. I found that the person who addressed this event is the deputy secretary, General Jan Eliasson and the name of the campaign is 'One Billion Rising'. This is about raising voices to stop violence with women and girls, like rape, female genital mutilation and sex slavery. In the article, there is a person called Mr. Ban said, "On this special day, I urge all governments to send us…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on February 17, 2013 at 8:03pm — No Comments

Learn 5 - Future of Money

Barter is old-fashioned of exchanging a thing that you want to trade to the thing that you want, that you are going to trade it with your thing. In old days, there is no money, so they only can trade things with things, for example a watch with a kg of rice. But, once there is money, it became a lot easier, because the buyer can just use money to trade/buy with the things they want/need. Also, if we use barter we will not know the value and we also don't know what to trade with, if we trade…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on February 14, 2013 at 4:36pm — No Comments

Imagine4 - Water Crisis

On March 24, 2020, Alchemy wants me to create an event or a challenge for the world water day. In the Internet, I found that there are 7 billions of people to feed today and it's predicted that 2 more billions of people will join on 2050. Each person in the planet will drink 2 to 4 litres of water everyday and some of them will waste the water that they drink. For example, throwing away the clean water or splashing each other using water. While their wasting the water, there are a lot of…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on February 4, 2013 at 6:37pm — No Comments

Learn 4 - Water Crisis

The one that I choose is Water 1st International, because from water problem, they can figure out one more problem that connects to water, the toilets and hygiene. Hygiene is also a big problem for a long time in Earth and because of hygiene, it can affect many things. In the website, it says that 5 million people, mostly children are killed because of the illness in the water they drink and diarrhea. Their solution is just basically giving low cost water supply and toilets. But, the…

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Added by Kao Min Hao on February 3, 2013 at 4:55pm — No Comments

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