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Doing is Better than Imagining- Scheduling Your Final Exams


Final exams are around the corner! … … … … … … Hey easy, this is not a bloody warning. [smile.jpg] This is just to remind you, that you can handle a bunch of tight deadlines, readings, assignments, activities (and balabala…)

Posted in Productivity, Uncategorized

Social Network – The Stage of Job Hunting


Years of work experiences in Canada’s small city have verified a hidden (people do not talk about it) and well-worn (people all know it) principle to me: 99% of job offers come from your connection.  I remembered when i heard

Posted in Uncategorized

Mentally Well? A Question to Ask Youself.

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Am I feel mentally well? Not many people ask themselves this question in their everyday lives. We watch our body, listen to other’s perspective, focus on our works. We often ignore that our mind is essentially a delicate organ that

Posted in Staying Well

Sexual Violence Awareness is Critical


On November 22, 2017, Robyn Doolittle, a reporter for The Globe and Mail, gave a talk in McLaughlin Hall in JUDC as a part of Sexual Violence Awareness Week at Queen’s. Having done a nationally recognized investigative piece titled ‘Unfounded,’

Posted in Events, Staying Well Tagged with:

Graduation and … Career!


When I was in the second year of my master study, it was also my second year in Canada. During this time, I had realized that my lack of Canadian work experience would negatively impact my future job hunting (the

Posted in Jobs and Careers, Student Perspective, Uncategorized

How Emotional Intelligence helps?


Last week in her post, Vanessa talked about whether viewing intelligence as a fixed or malleable quality has a big difference in responding to academic failures. Like her, I am in favor of a more flexible theory about our intellectual

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What Is Missing in “Socialize”?


In grad school we tend to “verb” the need of making friends as, socialize, which sounds rational, aimed and mature. In socialization, we strive to be more interesting, appealing and impressive; we take this occasion as a chance to practice

Posted in Kingston, New Students

Dreaming True-Reflection and Direction


What would i do differently in graduate school? When this question came across my mind, I reviewed quickly my two-year study at Queen’s, and surprisingly found nothing special have to add to my graduate study schedule. This is not because

Posted in Student Perspective, views

Changes-World of Complexity


  Spring is a season of change: returning chilly air, blossoming seeds, frequent exchanges of sunny and rainy days, susceptible body conditions, increasing presences of animals and…bugs. But change is not always observable. It sometimes happens in a causal relation

Posted in General, Uncategorized, views

Let’s meet in half way


It seems like that Kingston will welcome the first week of April with a mix of rain and sunshine. For students who are wrapping up their final week of tutorials, volunteering works, or other events, this is also a hectic

Posted in International, views

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