Here are some details of an abstract painting produced for my Taiwan Art History PhD course. The objective of the course was to produce two paintings based on the style of a famous Taiwanese artist. Earlier in the semester I produced a painting based on the work of artist Tsai Jui-Chen. This painting is of my own design and I find abstract art to be highly satisfying to engage with.
Linking your content to the appropriate scholarship in your field
Demonstrating new insight and knowledge of the scholarship within your field
The structure and organization of your article including appropriate methodology
The overall written quality of your article
As I am in the process of competing a research article it has come to my attention there are five key elements, phases, or hoops to jump through. While there are many other rudiments that could be added to this list the five points are key areas I struggle with. Although, this list is numeric all five elements are extremely important and are stressed equally. At the time of this writing I have finished 1, 4, and 5; but are in the process of completing 2 and 3. Let’s hope I am able to produce the appropriate product within 24 hours….
It’s the cheapest man in Britain. He uses tea bags three times and duck tapes his shoes. After reading this article I can understand why his girlfriend does not live with him and think he may suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder. Nonetheless, I will probably download and watch this program on the cheapest people in Britain. I am curious about the woman who wears men’s underwear to save a buck.
The marketing software company HubSpot sponsored an event at Irving Plaza in New York, NY on Thursday February 18th to provide an overview of their services to potential clients and marketers. HubSpot markets through Web 2.0, social media, email marketing, CRM, and blogs. The event began at 2pm and began with a session on how […]
Pacers from the New York Flyers running club 20.9 miles 8’37” pace/mile time This was a very meaningful race that I’d trained hard for. I knew that running 20 miles along the rolling hills of Central Park was going to be a challenge. I wanted to finish and finish strong. The race began at 7am and […]
This was a special race as it took place in my hometown of Vancouver, BC. I had wanted to run a Vancouver race for a while and it was an absolute pleasure to run through UBC, West Van, and Stanley Park for 13.10 miles. The course began at UBC’s Thunderbird Arena and ran along SW […]
It was a great experience to run my first marathon at home in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois on April 26th. I decided to run with the 3:50 pace group and met a lot of interesting people on the course. Our pacer Steve had run 13 marathons in one year and I connected with others who traveled across […]