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Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Yingyee Xiong
Feb 11, 2020
If you never took a Pilates course or is just wondering about what pilates would be like, I will be introducing you to five exercises today and I will be comparing and contrasting them.

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Yingyee Xiong
Feb 25, 2020
When was the last time you felt inspired? Let's take a look into how you can get inspired again.

Diversity

Diversity

Yingyee Xiong
Feb 11, 2020
Social media has become an integral part of American society. With loads of information, let's dive into how social media has impacted our society today.

Deep Digital

Deep Digital

Kevin Bennett
Aug 25, 2018
The skills to thrive in digital are changing, what sort of people do we need to thrive?

Diversity

Diversity

Yingyee Xiong
Feb 25, 2020
The term "Miao" has had both a negative and positive effect on the Hmong. In this article, we will be talking about how "Miao" has affected the Hmong.

Reviews

Reviews

Yingyee Xiong
Dec 3, 2019
The project that I have focused on is a film made by Noritaka Kawaguchi and Genki Kawamura called Kimi No Na Wa or in English, Your Name. Kimi No Na Wa and the course Art History 105 correlate with each other through the takeaways of Akira Y. Yamamoto’s article on ghosts and demons, where he talks about the six themes that explains the “belief, psyche, and imagination of the Japanese in artworks” (Yamamoto 11). Kimi No Na Wa contrasts with what we learned from Bargen Spirit Possession in The Tale of Genji, where it includes Bargen spirit possession (Yamamoto xvii). After my research and readings, I believe that spirit possession only takes place when a spirit feels a connection with an earthly connection - when their lives have been intertwined in the past or even in the present era.