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Song Yue(Roland)

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problem solviing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Song Yue(Roland) Oct 20, 2009. 3 Replies

This is a controversial problem presented in my interview with the freshmen from whom i got a varitey of answers. So i think we may try it.A ship sank and several passages of it were floated to a…Continue

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Shanghai
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Haidian
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Everyone is curious when I first tell them my English name - Roland. And they try to persuade me to change it because Roland is for boys and I am a girl. They say it is paradoxical and contrary but I don’t care, for I am such a guy that I like to break all the routine and expectation imposed on me. People regard me as a poppet and a geek, but sometimes the inner voice bubbles up, motivating me to do something crazy. I like rock and roll, as well as jazz. L’Arc en Ciel is my favorite band, but I cannot resist the temptation of Nat King Cole’s voice. I like the love and marriage in “Persuation”, and I am also addicted in the fierce scene of Jack London’s works.

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Is Family Out of Favor in China

Posted on December 30, 2010 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Few people will doubt that family was in favor in China. Confucianism regards family as a parallel to nation, and makes a good point in regulating family life. Modern sociological studies show that in most parts of ancient China it was the powerful families rather than the governmental agencies that governed the countrymen, thus Chinese family exercised great power in all aspects of people’s life. An extended family used to be a place where people spend their childhood as well as adulthood,… Continue

Eco-feminism and The Road

Posted on December 30, 2010 at 11:00am 0 Comments

The Road does have a distinctive male (narrator) voice. i have to admit that Cormac McCarthy’s language shares some common grounds with that of an eco-feminism work, both exhibiting uncertainty, mobility, sensibility and consciousness of novelty, as well as believing in mysteries and own Nietzsche’s Dionysus disposition. Assuming that a female author had written the book, dealing with the story set in the same bleak post-apocalyptic background, I think the plot line would be largely changed,… Continue

about Narnia II

Posted on December 1, 2010 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Last week I finally had the chance to watch the movie Narnia II, in which the Pevensies went back to Narnia by the call of Susan’s Horn. They soon found Narnia in ruins because 1300 years had passed away. Soon after they came to the real society and left Narnia by accident, Narnia was invaded by the cruel Telmarines. Narnians hid in the forest in order not to be killed by the new dominator. Year by years, people believed that they had been extinct. At the same time, Prince Caspian, the Prince… Continue

Cat’s In The Cradle

Posted on November 19, 2010 at 12:00pm 1 Comment

Yesterday I listened to a song Cat’s in the Cradle recommended by my friend, which reminds me of another song Butterfly Kisses. They both express the feeling of being a father. The factors like butterfly kisses, man on the moon and little boy blue almost make us think we still inhabit our childhood time. But these two songs represent two kinds of attitudes toward children and thus leading to two kinds of life.



The story described in the song sounds not bad at first. The father was a… Continue

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At 11:45pm on September 26, 2009, Rain Yuan said…
Thanks for the books today~
At 2:15pm on September 25, 2009, Jessie Du said…
Haha, Nice seeing you here~!
At 2:13pm on September 25, 2009, Dr. Robert Sheppard said…
Hi Roland!! Welcome to the website! I am looking forward to hearing more from you on your Blogs and Forum Discussions! Join the Peking University Group and any others you are interested in. Take good care of yourself and enjoy!---Robert!
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