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Watching this Wong Fu Weekends is so nostalgic… these videos have been apart of my life ever since freshmen year, it’s been an integral part of my life and has really turned me into who I am today, and now 4 years later my high school years is coming to an end. It’s been an awesome 4 years and here’s a cheer for another 4 years with WongFuProductions! Keep up the great work! #nostalgic #memorizes #highschoolexperience #asianamericanpride

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The Kennedy Legacy: RFK: What we lost, what we learned

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By Jeff Greenfield

He has been gone longer than he was alive. When he was killed 45 years ago on June 6, just after winning the California presidential primary, Robert Kennedy was 42 years old.

Because I worked on that campaign, I’ve been asked the same questions over and over: Could he…

(Source: Yahoo!)

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Started from the bottom and now I continue on..

When I first entered Bolsa Grande, I thought my senior year would be horrible without any familiar faces, all I wanted was this year to end quickly so I can move on with my life, but now I see faces that I literally want to go up to, to hug and kiss and I don’t want to leave just yet.

A month ago, while looking through the school planner I saw the date June 4th and underneath it was Senior Awards Night, I drew a little sad face next to it because I wasn’t suspecting any invitation, well unbeknownst 2 weeks ago I received an invitation. I was astonished, why would they invite a first year student to an award that actually rivals the Coronet Awards at FVHS? I was actually scared that I wouldn’t get an award so I never told me parents about it.

Well, I just got back for Senior Awards Night and I won the award from Home Economics, which was also a humongous shocker to me. It’s amazing how you enter the school year feeling as if you were at the bottom of the totem pole and end it near the top. I really have give thanks to all my friends (whether new or old), teachers, counselors, and especially my parents for helping me get back on my feet and get back on the right track. I’m actually quite sadden by the fact that my mother was unable to attend today, everything she has gone through from the emotional roller coaster of last year and my hard headed stubbornness, she would have been so happy to see all that grinding of the teeth for 17 straight years was in some aspects worth it, for now… Sad mistake, but she’ll see the award tonight once she gets home from work tonight. 

Still, I simply cannot say thank you enough to Bolsa Grande, my last year of public education has been the most memorable and by far the greatest year ever, by far from what I have in mind at the beginning of the school year. It’s the people here that make this school AMAZING. 

Dripping Tears

Tears are beginning to fall as graduation quickly approaches. I wish I could turn back time to the 6th grade, so I can decide to attend Jordon Middle School instead of Fulton Middle School. The friendships and connections I have formed in these ten short months are memories I will always forever hold near and dear to my heart. Thank you Bolsa Grande High School for everything. And to all my friends, this is not a good-bye, but simply a see ya later.  

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allaboutchinese:


每个人都值得拥有一个让他期盼明天的人。
Everybody deserves somebody who makes them look forward to tomorrow.

allaboutchinese:

每个人都值得拥有一个让他期盼明天的人。

Everybody deserves somebody who makes them look forward to tomorrow.

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Hey there friends, it’s Tumblr Tuesday! Here’s a few of our favorite Tumblr blogs of the moment:
For 91 Days Select Traveling the world, three months at a time. Currently in Instanbul. Next up: Iceland. (Above: Foggy day in Istanbul.)
English to EnglishThe Guardian’s attempt to chronicle and catalogue cultural differences, slang, and pop culture between the UK and the US.
Batali Brothers Breakfasts Benno and Leo Batali share homemade breakfasts and other special dishes, because you’re never too young to start cooking. (Also, there’s a book!)
A Dinosaur A Day A new dinosaur every day is the perfect way to learn about the wide variety of animals from our past… and present.
Half the Sky Movement Raising awareness and inspiring action to turn oppression to opportunity for women worldwide.

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Hey there friends, it’s Tumblr Tuesday! Here’s a few of our favorite Tumblr blogs of the moment:

For 91 Days Select
Traveling the world, three months at a time. Currently in Instanbul. Next up: Iceland. (Above: Foggy day in Istanbul.)

English to English
The Guardian’s attempt to chronicle and catalogue cultural differences, slang, and pop culture between the UK and the US.

Batali Brothers Breakfasts
Benno and Leo Batali share homemade breakfasts and other special dishes, because you’re never too young to start cooking. (Also, there’s a book!)

A Dinosaur A Day
A new dinosaur every day is the perfect way to learn about the wide variety of animals from our past… and present.

Half the Sky Movement
Raising awareness and inspiring action to turn oppression to opportunity for women worldwide.