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  • Re: Club Finance (2018/05/19)

    Re: Club Finance

    Hi Everyone,

    The following is the updated file of the financial report for Taichung Happy English Club:


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  • Taichung Host Schedule (2018/05/18)

    Taichung Host Schedule

    Taichung Host Schedule

    Date: 20180505
    Host: Kevin Hsu

    Date: 20180512
    Host: Joey

    Date: 20180519
    Host: Queena

    Date: 20180526
    Host: Micro

    Date: 20180602
    Host: Eric Cheng

    Date: 20180609
    Host: Joint Gathering

    Date: 20180616
    Gathering cancelled due to the Dragon Boat Festival long weekend

    Date: 20180623
    Host: Sue

    Date: 20180630
    Host: Sam

    Date: 20180707
    Host: Dun-Yu Yang

    Date: 20180714
    Host: Harris

    Date: 20180721
    Host: Kevin Huang

    Date: 20180728
    Host: Harry

    Date: 20180804
    Host: Chi

    Date: 20180811
    Host: Bill

    Date: 20180818
    Host: Meggie

    Date: 20180825
    Host: Gary

    Date: 20180901
    Host: Vicki

    Date: 20180908
    Host: Rebecca

    Date: 20180915
    Host: Emily Chen

    Date: 20180922
    Host: Gathering cancelled due to the Moon Festival long weekend

    Date: 20180929
    Host: Kevin Hsu

    Date: 20181006
    Host: Alice

    Date: 20181110
    Host: Joey

    Date: 20181208
    Host: Ian

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  • Re: 20180519, Article, Taichung (2018/05/18)

    Re: 20180519, Article, Taichung

    Dear Taichung Happiers,

    Everyone is a superhero in disguise—find the force within you.

    What makes our super suit? Mom knows best, and, so did Steve Jobs. "Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven't found it yet, keep looking. Don't settle. As with all matters of the heart, you'll know when you find it." Sure enough, no good stories come without obstacles and challenges. Nowadays, our culture rewards quicker catch-up growth and strong intrinsic power. There is a glow of expectation and feeling written on our faces, which is thoroughly studied before we absolutely appreciate wherever our super suit is. We don’t have all the answers before demonstrating a new dance; we have, remember, the limitless night sky blinking with messages. Nevertheless, it must be said—the messages do arouse our desires to make a difference, to exert an enormous influence, to discover more truth, and to translate our passion into resources and strategies. So, what is wellbeing at work but another name of defining a future intended context, highlighting the priorities, and contributing our best potential? What kinds of company will make you feel your future is there? How can the awareness of who we are take us to fly without wings to a whole new world? How to learn from the best role model and cultivate flexibility? What’s the difference between interest and commitment? Welcome to join our host Queena in sharing more insights and sharpening our skills of knocking the door.

    Do you love your job like the ocean loves water? Feeling the rising tide of the passion? Oops, pretty pals, you have to turn another tide.
    http://www.npr.org/2015/04/20/400929847/why-handsome-men-may-be-at-a-disadvantage-when-it-comes-to-hiring When, at last, the honesty and dignity are found, and the wellbeing at work pours in, we have the very reason for the pride. We have the honesty and dignity when we focus on what we are truly passionate for; we have the honesty and dignity when we focus on the atmosphere and the experience; we have the honesty and dignity when we are searching for the harmony within ourselves. Leadership Expert Robin Sharma specifically stated “Once you surrender to your vision, success begins to chase you.” All right. Methods, anyone? https://hbr.org/2017/08/how-senior-executives-stay-passionate-about-their-work In what environment and atmosphere can the employer and employees flourish together? What’s the biggest challenge of working in a team? Which role have you played in the team? Have you and others view your performance from an objective angle? Who should be more caring, employers or employees? Why? Can a boss showing sincere interest in who the employees are make a big difference? How? https://www.mckinsey.com/featured-insights/leadership/decoding-leadership-what-really-matters

    Pain teaches us who we are. Pain is the true picture of prosperity, in every way. “People often say that motivation doesn't last. Well, neither does bathing. That's why we recommend it daily.” Somewhat, our crucial lack of motivation is as bad as being drunk. You ever danced with the devil in the pale moonlight? Growth is in the pain playing hide-and-seek, light-and-shadow games with us. Do you allow yourself to feel the pain? How to take this pain and make it meaningful to you? Well, we cannot overemphasize the importance of identity. Here comes NBA player Jeremy Lin’s total authenticity. https://www.facebook.com/jeremylin7/posts/2130667583834505 Meanwhile, the concrete stairs to success are made of the test-and-learn cycle and a clear vision. Calmly climb the stairs with inspection, imagination, and intuition. Aristotle (384–322 B.C.), one of the greatest philosophers of all time, had indicated the interest of inspection. “Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.” Ladies and gentlemen, meet this magic mirror, music, to see into our inner-self. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0E0U-9XOt8 On top of everything, whatever your biggest dream is, find your own path, instead of following any standard formulas--keep learning; keep fresh; keep re-inventing yourself. My favorite teacher gifted me a simple yet difficult advice, and it significantly influences my thoughts and practices. ”Don’t repeat yourself.” To re-invent ourselves, we are pierced with happy self-disruption—and we possess the pain. Only then can we realize how beautiful all of this is—how precisely it assures us the direction—the right direction to return to who we are and what we were meant to be. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmC1m1H-leg

    From “SWEET DARKNESS” (by David Whyte)

    The dark will make a home for you tonight.
    The night
    will give you a horizon
    further than you can see.
    You must learn one thing.
    The world was made to be free in.
    Give up all the other worlds
    except the one to which you belong.
    Sometimes it takes darkness and the sweet
    confinement of your aloneness
    to learn
    anything or anyone
    that does not bring you alive
    is too small for you.

    Is your heart in the right place? “Did you hear about the guy whose whole left side was cut off? He’s all right now.” The heart, like a sunny child, dear and direct, is generously open to the glamour of the world. How do you interpret this world and decide what right thing to be engaged in? Do you feel empowered while reacting to the world? What does spider man mean by "With great power comes great responsibility"? Well, the right place/thing is where/how you can make others’ dreams sweeter than before.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFydGK01FTQ Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple Inc., quotes Martin Luther King on "the time is always right to do the right" and encourages fearlessness and more actions to build a better world for the next generation. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jr4LC1q1N_g It's time for superheroes--everyone is a superhero in disguise--find the force within you and define success with your own terms. From time to time, intoxicated by the evidence of fulfillment, we forget about curiosity and integrity to set higher standards and structural strategies. If, if mission, compassion, and creation are not the criteria for our decisions, personally and professionally, what is? Mission and compassion help us create opportunities, create values, and create environments for ourselves and for our organizations to stretch further and further. Dissolve what we have learned in a flood of experiments and tests, and then, extract the cycle of positive change. In short, ask the person in the mirror: what needs to happen to be a candle for the night? Now, take a deep breath, please. Check out this story. This is a true story inextricably weaves mission, compassion, and creation together. This is a film hijacking everyone’s heart. This is, Home Run Taiwan! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQoX1rmKnEA

    Once upon a time, the super heroes……. What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? Close your eyes and feel the light. The light pours long through the trees. African-American author, philosopher, and educator Howard Thurman (November 18, 1899 – April 10, 1981) guided our eyes in a different direction. “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” Come alive. Keep our minds from swimming with doubts. Keep our eyes from clouding with confusion and frustration. The accurate awakening in everyone pushing us to make a profound impact is the deepest commitment to the beauty of life. The beauty of life is not only how happy we are, but also how happy others can be--because of us. Therefore, even if you are dancing with devils or running with the wolves, please bear in mind that you are not, and won’t be, alone! Join us. Thanks!!!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ks14DJcBf4Q


    With Gratitude,

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  • Re: Member List (2018/05/16)

    Re: Member List

    Taichung Happy English Club
    #63, Susan

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  • Re: 20180428, Birthday Party, Taichung (2018/05/16)

    Re: 20180428, Birthday Party, Taichung

    20180428, Birthday Party Taichung

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  • Re: 20180428, Saturday Dinner,Taichung,貳樓 (2018/05/16)

    Re: 20180428, Saturday Dinner,Taichung,貳樓

    20180428, Saturday Dinner Taichung

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  • Re: 20180505, Article, Tainan (2018/05/11)

    Re: 20180505, Article, Tainan

    20180505, Gathering, Tainan

    Gathering on May 5, 2018,

    Today, we were happy to see some familiar faces, as well as some new faces. Joining us at this meeting, we have Brian, Jason, Lisa, Andy, Grace, Angie, Tammy, Jessica, Cheery, Kunal, Maggie and Joseph.

    Big thanks to Maggie for doing a tremendous job hosting and picking the important talk about the #metoo movement, and we had a fruitful discussion about how women and men are regarded in the Taiwanese workplace.

    Thank you to those that attended the gathering, it was nice to see all of you and hope we will see you in the next one.

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  • Re: 20180512, Article, Taichung (2018/05/11)

    Re: 20180512, Article, Taichung

    Dear Taichung Happiers,

    “I'm on a whiskey diet. I've lost three days already.”

    How to define your liquor moment? How deeply are wines involved in our everyday life? How do you know you are in love with wines? Alcohol is everywhere. Everywhere. While drinking, we see everything we want to see. Every emotion. Every motivation. Every reflection. Alcoholic drinks have been a significant part of human society—and that’s not changing in the near future. Do you usually say yes to social drinking to find your confidence or not? How to choose higher-quality products? Do you cook with wine? How? Do you have any empirical evidence that alcoholic drinks can reduce our stress? How to drink safely, interestingly, and responsibly? In a glass, they give off the contrasting yet calming tides of passion and temptation highlighted with a hint of something fresher, and look beautiful even after they've dried out. Does alcohol help our brains produce the neurochemicals of emotions, the neurochemicals of love, and the neurochemicals of happiness that turn our endeavor and desire into satisfaction and affection? All right, close your eyes now, and describe your favorite summer cocktail recipe, in English. Mouthwatering? Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to join us in taking a long, good look at wine and wellbeing.

    There is truth in wine. “Alcohol may be man's worst enemy, but the Bible says love your enemy.” We don’t know we don’t know until we know the truth in wine. If only drinking alcohol were simply a source of essential inspiration. If only we knew about all the brain effects of alcohol and how exactly it does what it does. If only we could enjoy the present while drinking, not regretting about the past, not worrying about the future, neither. If only we could totally relax and rejoice with drinking. If only wines did have a voice to invite blind trust. The truth is that alcohol awakens several major neurochemicals affected in pleasure, motivation, inhibition, and compensation. The truth is that alcoholic drinks—the striking magic enzymes along with thousand years of human history—offer not only some of the most sensual experiences, but a chance to encounter an intriguing intermingling of cultures. What kind of ritual do you think drinking is? Do you prefer exotic or traditional costumes of drinking?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6cBewazRXY Moreover, the truth is, except for national culture, the alcoholic beverages you choose also leaks the secret of your personal culture code. https://www.supercall.com/culture/what-your-favorite-cocktail-says-about-you?utm_source=zergnet.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=zergnet_2860430 Above all, along the benefits to be acquired from wine and the wine industry is the indispensable encouragement for creativity, the most powerful force within us, which can be induced by alcoholic drinks. Researchers at University of Graz, Austria, have more. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1053810016303713

    From “The Little Prince” (by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry)

    “Why are you drinking?” demanded the little prince.
    "So that I may forget," replied the tippler.
    "Forget what?" inquired the little prince, who was already sorry for him.
    "Forget that I am ashamed," the tippler confessed, hanging his head.
    "Ashamed of what?" insisted the little prince, who wanted to help him.
    "Ashamed of drinking!” The tippler brought his speech to an end, and shut himself up in an impregnable silence.
    And the little prince went away, puzzled.
    "The grown-ups are certainly very, very odd," he said to himself, as he continued on his journey.

    Look left, look right, look left again? “When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading.” How did you imagine the richness of the indulgence of drinking? And, what was it actually like? Can drinking alcohol make you a better dancer? By the way, what makes these dreamy pricey drinks?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oVDC9QSqRY Do you drink up the alcohol, or the alcohol drinks you up? Wine, it carries various meanings for each of us. For some, it’s a natural beverage to enjoy at meal time. For others, it’s one of their most precious possessions. Yet, for many, wine remains frightening. William Shakespeare (April 26, 1564 –April 23, 1616), the greatest writer in the English language, didn’t require any motivations. “I would not put a thief in my mouth to steal my brains.” According to research, people who drink more suffer higher risks of a stroke, heart failure, and fatal aneurysms. In addition, more research results have unveiled the reality for our grape expectations. https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/this-is-your-brain-on-alcohol-2017071412000 On the contrary, for American writer, entrepreneur, and lecturer Mark Twain (November 30, 1835 – April 21, 1910), the intrinsic meaning of wine reveals more. “I always take Scotch whiskey at night as a preventive of toothache. I have never had the toothache; and what is more, I never intend to have it.” And, now, the good news indicates that a glass of wine a day can keep doctors away. https://www.usnews.com/news/national-news/articles/2018-02-20/study-drinking-alcohol-more-important-than-exercise-to-living-past-90 So, Look left, look right, look left again. Any confusion? To drink or not to drink—the difficulty of that decision makes no exaggeration and creates lots of fears. Alcohol authority and author Sune Urth remarkably reminds us that what we like and what we dislike don't make who we are--we make them. He further clarifies, what we hate is not given; what we fear is not constant—intake is what really matters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fh9IoqVNDaI

    How many bottles of wine does your Mother’s Day Party need? Summer is here. Summer is still here. Summer is here again and it doesn't seem that long ago when I was tasting the ice wine in Austria and Italy with my family. So much has actually happened since then though. The language of family is not words but meanings and feelings. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nutdUqT4aN0 Therefore, put Mama first. Putting Mama first is the brightest and most earnest feeling. Make Mama number one with our infinite love and enduring memories. Make Mama number one. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpoVwhSVI38 Spark the idea to create the context, which allows our body and mind to absorb everything we have in the family gathering. Combine the delicate smell of cocktail with your coolest BBQ taste to prepare yourself for this summer season. Pour an exciting glass of champagne vigorously and deliciously. Summer is here again and there’s no need explaining what makes us drunk on Mama’s love: it's better you experience some great moments for yourself. Dance with the breeze; dance with Mama; curate the music for your Mother’s Day Party; make better drinks at home with mom; write a poem that contains the elements of champagne/cocktail, a memory, and Mama! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3J-LvI_mWc

    Eat, drink, and be merry--with good friends! There is an association between friendship and the love of wine. The quality and taste of friendship and wine improve with time. Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle pointed out “Wishing to be friends is quick work, but friendship is a slow ripening fruit.” Let’s take care of friends as we do for wine, because their company will always make us happy. Hereby, we would like to thank Happiers again for your passionate participation, which reassures us to share more stories, more conversations, and more of the most brilliant members. There are no bad days, when our friends sparkle like a firework. Most importantly, please remember to thank and toast to your best friend—your pretty, lovely Mom. Happy Mother’s Day to every Mom. Join us. Thanks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIm9weslqqY


    With Gratitude,

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  • Re: 20180310, 2018 Spring Workshop, 中華民國快樂英語協會 (2018/05/09)

    Re: 20180310, 2018 Spring Workshop, 中華民國快樂英語協會

    20180310, Spring WorkShop

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  • Re: 20180303, Article, Taichung (2018/05/09)

    Re: 20180303, Article, Taichung

    20180303, Gathering, Taichung

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  • Re: Officer Pledge (2018/05/07)

    Re: Officer Pledge

    27th Taipei Host Master Pledge

    1. I have read SOP. http://www.happyforum.org/SOP/HEA_SOP_20161210.pdf
    2. I have finished the assignments of Handover SOP with the previous officer.
    3. I will complete my assignments.
    4. My term of office is from the 1st Saturday of June in 2018 to the 1st Saturday of December in 2018.

    Ellen Tsai

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  • Re: 20180428, Article, Hsinchu (2018/05/04)

    Re: 20180428, Article, Hsinchu

    20180428, Gathering, Hsinchu

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  • Re: 20180505, Article, Taichung (2018/05/04)

    Re: 20180505, Article, Taichung

    Dear Taichung Happiers,

    Treat yourself with a tree!

    When we're repeating something, there must be a reason for it. What I really want to repeat--in this Club, in every gathering, and in whatever, wherever we can reach--is the culture of passion and appreciation. How pleased we are to witness our Club culture of passion and appreciation again—our first-time host, Kevin Hsu, is leading us to learn more about the association between environmental toxins and health. Majoring in Life Science, Kevin Hsu is working for National Health Research Institutes with his research direction in Environmental Hormones and Toxicology. To help Happiers further understand this topic, Kevin Hsu will briefly introduce some Prize-winning discoveries during our free talk section. https://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/2017/press.html (In 2017, three American scientists were jointly awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their original discoveries , using the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, of molecular mechanisms regulating the circadian rhythm.) Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to join us in collecting our thoughts for the renewed efforts.

    Why should we play the Symphony of Humans and Nature? How?
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wlupB-eECH0 Untidy as it might seem, the nature world gives us a feeling of spirit and strength. Nature is the mirror--what we are doing to the Nature is exactly a reflection of our relationships with ourselves, with others, and with the world. Sometimes, we have to pause for the invisible yet invaluable effect—listen to the whisper of the Earth, the streaming of the seasons, and the eternal silence of the sea, just like enjoying being with a childhood friend. Look, where are we now? Every place used to be someplace. Will Nature become a nostalgic theme to return to in future years? What kinds of difference can we make on culture by facilitating nature connections for every child? How will it impact people's health and well-being? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dl66XvVWCdM
    William Shakespeare (April 26, 1564 –April 23, 1616), the greatest writer in the English language, simply asserted “One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” Nevertheless, the astonishing challenge of growing awareness comes over and the fear of environmental exposure is leaking out of everyone in every direction. Noisy invasion isn't hard to impede. Yet, can we effectively eliminate the hidden killers in time? Environmental exposure represents the threat to involve us into a sense of defenselessness and debilitation. The most frustrating at all is having to witness children’s vulnerability to environmental chemicals, and it is all the more concerning because it has worldwide consequences; meanwhile, with the most unacceptable way of breathing air, who is exploiting people’s pain and loss? https://edition.cnn.com/2016/10/30/health/air-pollution-children-unicef/index.html How about food and water safety? Let Mother Nature go in for her own loving, divine way. The intelligence of the nature world bears some signature that cannot easily be disguised. Nature. Water and rivers made our culture and civilization; and, our culture and civilization have changed water and rivers. Wishing for healthy resources, let’s take one step further, shall we? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKFV9IquMXA

    Trees. Ask not what trees can do for us—ask what we can do for trees. “Why are people always tired on Earth Day?” “Because they just finished a March.” Trust the nature; trust the environment; trust trees. Trees provide more than elegance and beauty—people present more than purchasers. Trees teach us empathy; trees allow a swell of emotion to envelope us; trees motivate admiration and compassion. To improve the environment, we have to love trees. To love trees, we have to understand them. Why should everyone be a tree hunter? What do you feel while getting into the woods? How can trees live memories? Trees clean water, filter air, and, simultaneously, tell stories. Trees. The way trees tell us the direction of seasons carries an air of expectation. Trees say most by saying least. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hHzWp1JV2hI Trees make our life easier. Surrounding ourselves with trees reduces our confusion and bitterness, physically and psychologically. Environmental philosopher John Muir (April 21, 1838 – December 24, 1914) proposed that “If people in general could be got into the woods, even for once, to hear the trees speak for themselves, all difficulties in the way of forest preservation would vanish.” In addition, we can’t have any technology as advanced as trees are. Trees. Trees don’t stand still—they grow—they are constantly changing. Trees. Going green changes our cities for better, forever, in terms of sustainability. https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/urban-expeditions/green-buildings/green-urban-landscape-cities-Singapore/ We need new inspiration—inspiration that embraces the cool color that helps us quickly recover from strain—if we are to live with the environmental burden that despite our wishful thinking about regaining our health in its full glory, has puzzled us like the shadow to our light. https://www.penguin.com.au/books/the-songs-of-trees-stories-from-natures-great-connectors-9781863959261

    “One White Tree” (by J. R. R. Tolkien)

    Tall ships and tall kings
    Three times three.
    What brought they from the foundered land
    Over the flowing sea?
    Seven stars and seven stones
    And one white tree.

    Compassion is contagious. Compassion is not in our fantasy. Compassion is not only imaginary. “Hedgehogs – why can’t they just share the hedge?” Environmental exposure takes the wind out of our sails. We are in deep waters. Environmental burden has watched us swimming further and further out. However, the beauty of compassion won’t fade away, neither will we be out of our depth. Everyone is a Nature superhero; every Nature Superhero is great by virtue of their ability to reassure you that you are not alone. In order to pursue the beauty of our Nature dreams and make positive choices and changes for ourselves and for future generations, we must re-envision the imbalance and re-embrace the force bigger than us. In other words, except for curiosity, it also requires determination and decisions for the fulfillment. In the book Hope Beneath Our Feet: Restoring Our Place in the Natural World, the author Martin Keogh admonishes us "When asked if I am pessimistic or optimistic about the future, my answer is always the same: if you look at the science about what is happening on earth and aren't pessimistic, you don't understand the data. But if you meet the people who are working to restore this earth and the lives of the poor, and you aren't optimistic, you haven't got a pulse." Well, what makes us optimistic is the truth that everyone is powerful—everyone can change one or two habits, which will change their lives, their families, and their communities—eventually, it forms the unstoppable force for goodness. Now, please allow me to remind Happiers again that social mission is not a magic thing--it's there in everyday life.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeFHnYw0-pA Compassion is contagious. We build more by giving more. Most importantly, what we do in every small corner will spread quickly to and influence, encourage people in other corners of the world. Check out this incredible story, Sophia's Dream. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rcWLvLsArI

    What is the reason for the culture of passion and appreciation? Can the culture of passion and appreciation re-foster the mutual trust between humans and the natural environment? Nature heals. Nature makes us happier and healthier. Indeed, humans and Nature share the same resources and destiny collectively. “I believe that there is a subtle magnetism in Nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us alright”, said American essayist, poet, and philosopher Henry David Thoreau (July 12, 1817 – May 6, 1862). Nature--nature is the only answer; love--love is the resolve. Light. The earliest daylight can be seen at the edge of the curtains. Listen. Listen carefully, please. What are trees whispering in the woods? What are rivers whispering in our ears? Plant the echo for the future--positive changes take persistence and perseverance. May the force be with us. Join us. Thanks. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3bve7T-phg


    With Gratitude,

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  • 20180519, In-House Speech Contest, Taichung (2018/05/03)

    20180519, In-House Speech Contest, Taichung

    Dear All,

    According to 2018 Summer Conference, Kaohsiung Happy English Club will hold the In-House Speech Contest on May 19th, 2018.

    If you win Kaohsiung Happy English Club In-House contest, you can register for the National Speech Contest of Happy English Association on June 9th, 2018 in Tainan!

    Do well-prepared as early as possible, and welcome to register with me by May 11th.

    Only the official member can register to the In-House Speech Contest.


    Rina Lyu
    Kaohsiung Happy English Club

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  • Re: 20180428, Article, Taichung (2018/04/28)

    Re: 20180428, Article, Taichung

    20180428, Gathering, Taichung

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