Monthly Archives: August 2013

The cry against conformity. The plea for inspiration.

An interesting article was e-mailed in to the New York Times this week reviewing Mark Edmundson’s Why Teach? In the Defense of a Real Education. I cannot pretend to have read the work nor can I say that reading the … Continue reading

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Summer terrace

More photos from 太阳都市花园 terrace!    

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What makes us “tick”

An article appeared yesterday in the New York Times entitled ‘The Ticktock of the Death Clock”. The title might insinuate a glaucous, pessimistic subject but it is actually that of an awakening and search for a sense of meaningfulness in … Continue reading

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The high-life, literally

Just thought I’d share some pictures from a fantastic terrace wet party a friend organized last Tuesday; look at that view over YuYuan gardens and the Bund! Amazing times.

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