Friday, April 17, 2015

Interview Essay


My interview essay

The person I interviewed was my sister Kyra Jane Brown. I asked her about 6 questions a seventeen year old could answer.

The first question I asked her was what was the hardest thing to go through in her life. She responded by saying her father’s death. I know that it was really hard for her to go through and I still see her upset about it today when it’s his birthday. He was working at a construction site and something went wrong. She was nine years old when he passed away. 

The second question i asked her was what is the difference between high school and elementary. She told me elementary was fun and you didn’t have that much homework and high school you have a lot of homework and is boring. 

I asked her what she wants to do when she graduates. She told me she wants to get a degree in architecture and move to colorado. She goes to school at St. Mary’s high school. 

My sister doesn’t really inspire me but she is pretty cool. I hope she achieves her dreams and never gives up.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Travel Report

By: Aydan

Are you looking for a good place to visit? I have never been to China but if you decide to go, there will be a vast variety of foods, activities, sights to see, and culture to take part in.

Rice and wheat is always used in China. They use rice in some of their meals and use wheat to make foods for dumplings and noodles. Pork and poultry are the most favored meat there. They don’t just have homemade food, they also have fast food restaurants like McDonalds. Tea is the traditional favorite beverage there, but beer and soft drinks have become popular drinks there too.

Religion there is tolerated but restricted by the communist government of China. Confucianism and Buddhism are major religion in China. Buddhism is the most know religion in China. 

Everyday life in China is just like ours. They watch television, listen to the radio, read, go to the movies or opera, and shop just like we do. In China badminton, basketball, soccer and table tennis are the favorite sports. Most Chinese wear clothing similar to that of Europeans and North Americans. In urban ares, fashionable designates are popular, especially among younger people. People in certain religious and ethnic groups may wear special costumes and headgear. 

So if you are looking for a good place to visit, you should seriously consider visiting China for a variety of things to eat and do. I bet if you go there you will find more information about it than I do.