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  • College
    Guide > College Essays
    During the mid-20th Century, racism was a huge issue in the United States, which the most prominent was the racism of African-Americans. Although all blacks were supposed to be free, under a corrupt law system, blacks were victimized mercilessly. Therefore, blacks decided to try and change the syste...
  • College
    Guide > College Essays
    “To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to Triumph” by Anne Sexton and “Waiting for Icarus” by Muriel Rukeyser are two of many poems that allude to the myth of Daedalus and Icarus. In her poem, Sexton looks at the myth from a different angle than most people. Instead of writing that Icarus was naug...
  • College
    Guide > College Essays
    “The Tell-Tale Heart,” a story by Edgar Allen Poe, is about an unnamed narrator who kills a harmless old man because he feels threatened by the old man’s eye. The narrator than retells and describes the story to prove that he is sane because he claims his caution and foresight while committing...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
    On July 4th 2011, I, my dad and my mom went to Guam for summer holiday. I remember it vividly because I and my parents both experienced many exciting and memorable things for the first time. We experienced all sort of things such as skydiving, seawalking, flying, etc., things that we will always rem...
  • College
    Guide > College Essays
    “The Necklace,” by Guy de Maupassant, is set in old-age France and is about a middle-class woman who is very greedy and ambitious and has a desire to get into the upper-class society through her husband who is a government clerk and her rich friend but ends up destroying her life in vain. Throug...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
    “Chee’s Daughter,” a story by Juanita Platero and Siyowin Miller, is about a young Navajo who loses his wife to sickness before finding that his daughter has been taken away by his wife’s parents because of old customs and traditions. The story mainly revolves about his love for his daughter...
  • College
    Guide > College Essays
    Hello, YO5B. Today I will give a short presentation on Ancient Greek ships. There are many Ancient Greek ships, but today I will talk mainly about the main one - the trireme. Triremes are powerful fighting ships that are the backbone of the navies of many city-states. Now, from this description,...
  • Nonfiction > Travel & Culture
    During the last week of my Easter Holiday from 26 to 29 April 2011, my mom and I went with Tiffany, her sister, Gaile, and her mother together with another 32 people from my church for a four-day trip to Cambodia to do services and gain experience about how poor some people really are. It was a trip...
  • Nonfiction > Academic
    One of the most important periods in the history of mankind was the twentieth century. Many important discoveries and inventions were made and there were many significant events of which the most spectacular were the two World Wars. The great advances in science and technology as well as numerous so...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
    During my ten years of lifetime, I have come across and known many people, including famous scientists to politicians, but the person that has made the most impact on me and that I shall always admire is my father. When he was born in 196X, it was a period of poverty as after World War II and a civi...
  • College
    Guide > College Articles
    My Tribe - The Iceni Hello! I’m Vencini, son of Ambriox, the main druid of the Iceni tribe. We Iceni live on the east coast of Britain and we are Celts. There are thousands of us, so you can see that we are like a little country. We have a class structure, where at the top are the king, queen a...
  • Fiction > Realistic Fiction
    “Wai Lan! Wai Lan! Wake up!” I awoke to the sound of my grandfather shouting, and realized from the tone of his voice that something was urgent. I jumped out of my hardboard bed and then brushed my teeth. I brushed carefully as I wouldn’t brush my teeth again in the night. Then I rushed toward...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    The supervillain smashed open the school gates and threw them aside. The children in the playground ran for cover – except for Jenny Tan, editor of the school newspaper, who took out her camera to take photos. The bad guy, whose name was General Vileman, stormed up to the school building. “What ...
  • Opinion > School / College
    Synopsis Sharks always give people nightmares. They imagine themselves swimming in the blue sea, not noticing a dark shape zooming up from below and then in a flash, they find themselves inside the shark’s jaws. In real life, most commonly-seen sharks do not pack much muscle and their jaws are...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    Moscow, June 12, 1991. The night was filled of the sound of men voices shouting. Two trucks with the words CCCP painted in red on them screeched into view, and Soviet Spetsnaz commandos holding Kalashnikov 7.62mm AK-47 assault rifles stepped out of them. “All ready, Comrade Linderberski?...
  • College
    Guide > College Essays
    Dear Mrs. XXX, You are the best teacher ever! During Year Two, it was fun when you gave us mealworms to study (although it was disgusting when you told us that people really crunch them!!!!). It was also fun when you taught us loads of experiments like experimenting with mealworms’ senses w...
  • Poetry > All Poetry
    Deep, deep in a sea, A monster with big sharp teeth. Key to the annihilation of life. Making all sorts of life freeze. *** A serial terminator. Fish are just peas to the monster. *** What she longs for is flesh and blood, And human guts. *** A girl swims past. A...
  • Opinion > School / College
    To Education Bureau Dear Sirs, Re: Closing down Kindergartens and Primary Schools I think it is a very good idea to close down the schools across Hong Kong because the students can all have a two-week holiday. Another good reason is that they won’t have to fear of the worst thing in every...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
    People in Hong Kong celebrate HKSAR Establishment Day because it is the day when Great Britain finally gave Hong Kong back to China and it is now a public holiday. It was first made into a public holiday in 1997. Before that, it was not a public holiday. (Boo! Hiss!) On Establishment day, the ...
  • Fiction > Sci-fi/Fantasy
    Deep in the woods, a wolf chuckled. His father had nearly caught the infamous three little pigs when he was small and was boiled up. He had been planning revenge since that day. Now he was going to get it! Far away in a small brick house one of the little pigs was reading the newspaper. "My ...
  • Fiction > Thriller/Mystery
    CHAPTER ONE Angel Carmen woke up with a yawn. She glared at the clock. It was still 5 am in the morning. “Mum and Dad won’t have woken up yet,” thought Angel. As she left her room, there was a loud noise coming from her brother’s bedroom. She opened the door to find Jesper pl...
  • Fiction > All Fiction
    PROJECT CODE NAME: T6 LEADING SCIENTIST: Dr. Anson Lee MAIN SCIENTISTS: Dr. Craig Cutting, Dr. Hayley Healer, Dr. Sally Staybright, Dr. Seymour Spacey, and Dr. Claire Bunsen-Burner CHIEF ENGINEER: John Brown REPORT: Dr. Seymour Spacey was working away in the laboratory. I was ...

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