Paper research: The phenomenon of Harry Potter (3)

First of all, the story of Harry Potter and its aftereffects still catch the attention of numerous readers. The latest book related to Harry Potter “Harry Potter and the cursed child”, breaking the record of best-selling book of the giant online retailer Amazon, is a British original play-script. According to Adison Flood in theguardian.com, the British publisher Little, Brown estimated that the book would be … Continue reading Paper research: The phenomenon of Harry Potter (3)

The Siege of Jadotville (2016 Netflix movies)

Movies based on true stories are incredibly interesting. I like watching this kind of movie, yet rarely do I chose ones related to dramatic and critical topics including war and civil right because I cannot stand bloody, violent and sorrow scenes. However, I always try to fully watch whenever I come across them. This time is “The Siege of Jadotville”, a Netflix product. To know … Continue reading The Siege of Jadotville (2016 Netflix movies)

A plane linking our destinies

Together with Saja (ESL classmate), from Mecca-Saudi Arabia, we made a pop-up craft. Why did we, actually it was me, choose this design of a plan flying beneath white clouds of blue sky? It’s the easiest template in the instruction book. YES, BUT, another reason is I suddenly recalled my Indian friend, Suvo, who just joined the program of fly attendant training program, AND a … Continue reading A plane linking our destinies

Paper research on HARRY POTTER (1)

           Harry Potter, a wizard schoolboy playing the role of principal hero in series of seven fiction novels titled by his name. His adventurous and fantastical stories written by J. K. Rowling, a British female writer, became extremely popular in the homeland United Kingdom and the second house United States. Its popularity is so extended that it can turn to be … Continue reading Paper research on HARRY POTTER (1)