Luck is one of the most significant factors for her to become successful. But I'm deeply convinced that it's not just depend on it. There is always someone who tries their best in where you can not see.Show more
Hahahaha. No, thank you. This year marks the 11th we've been together since getting married in 2009. We love each other deeply and never thought about divorce. But today, my colleague told me about the news. I thought, perhaps I could have a try. (OK, I'm only joking!)
Let's talk about something serious, though. The code aims to make Chinese couples think twice before ending their relationship. And I don't think it means to stifle people's marital freedom.
In some extreme situations, such as domestic violence or family disputes, people could resort to lawsuits. The cooling-off period just aims to help the relationship cool down, but doesn't get in the way of ending the relationship.
I think the cooling-off period also helps people to respect the law, and avoid situations where couples "get married this morning, split this afternoon, and remarry tomorrow." The aim is to curb impulse divorces and provide a better and formal way for couples to further understand their relationships while making more sensible decisions.
The two have different admission requirements in the national entrance examination for postgraduates. How could they enjoy the same rights in recruitment?
Universities have lowered the threshold in admitting part-time students for the sake of expanding enrollment. You know that the full-time students need to spend more energy and time to get their certificates but part-time ones may not.
Let’s talk about the firms seeking talented students. They might care more about the quality of the university, so students from Project 985 or Project 211 institutions would enjoy more privilege, regardless of whether they are full time or part time.
The Ministry of Education has issued a notification to require that all companies should not discriminate against students based on whether they are full time or part time. But how about age and gender? Many firms in recent years even require that employees should be under 35. And women still face discrimination in the hiring process.
I don't know what other images乌合麒麟 will show. But what he depicted earlier reflected the truth of what Australian soldiers did to Afghan civilians.
How could Australia accuse China of "meddling in its internal affairs"? In their words, it is a matter of "freedom of speech". If they had never engaged in these deeds, the artwork would not have been created.
Australia considered it to be fake. Of course, it is not a real photo from a camera, but rather a cartoon by 乌合麒麟 based on the reports of the Chief of the Defence Force General Angus Campbell. Campbell admitted that "some patrols took the law into their own hands, rules were broken, stories concocted, lies told and prisoners killed."
BOTH. During the growth of a child, both teachers and parents are very important. But certainly, they should play different roles. As parents, they should help their children to develop social skills, good study habits, share the way about how to face the difficulties, how to solve the problems, and make them independent, kind and positive, willing to share and some other characters, which are crucial to their life in school and future life.
But not to check their homework everyday, help them to do their homework. Because I think it is responsibility of teachers to share the knowledge, all academics, to tell students how to solve a mathematics, to give a answer to a question about history and so on. But now, parents are becoming assistant of teachers, they have to check the homework even to help their children to complete the homework, or the teacher will blame them and their children in Wechat group.
Once parents became teachers' assistants, both of them will become focus only on their scores in school, then who will share all the skills or experience about life, which I think is more important to their whole life.
How could this guy be a professor at the University!!! I really don't understand why he was not banned from guiding the students since his student committed suicide.
In 2018, Tao Chongyuan, a postgraduate student under the instruction of Wang at the Central China’s Wuhan University of Technology, jumped from the rooftop of his dormitory and died later.