I was always longing for National Bridge Youth Tournament in Jiangsu Province. Several years ago, when I first entered this biggest national wide Bridge tournament, our team only ranked TOP 10. By the time, I knew that all the teams were made up of the best players in all provinces over China, and there was a lot more space for me to improve!
Now I am back! Ranking 1st in U20 group, we represented not only our school, RDFZ, but also the players of the Highest level in Beijing as well as China! When I finally touched and felt our trophy, I was filled with excitement, warmth, and pride!
It was the happiest ending for my six years’ Bridge experience in middle school and high school, but it was not the very end. Ahead of me, there are many paths which lead to the future, and I will always keep in mind —
that I will never be alone
The most challenging mountaineering activity ever. I was overwhelmed by the power of nature and was more deeply impressed by its beauty!
I just had my 18th birthday on January 7th. As an adult, there will be more adventures and explorations!
First post in January! Happy new year!
Over those two months, I was very busy. However, I also played an active part in my Fansub group, translating courses on OCW for our teachers. In my spare time, I studied scripting language and assembly language. In early January, I went to Shaanxi Province and climbed Mount Hua, the steepest mountain in China. Now, I have just been back from National Bridge Youth Tournament, where my team ranked 1st! Today I went to school to organize and joined another Bridge match (I got back to Beijing at around midnight yesterday).
Although in those two months, I was very busy, I considered all my efforts worthwhile, and I’m looking forward to the upcoming winter break!
Today I added some pictures of the entrepreneurs’ websites to my posts. (Hope that they will make the long article more vivid!)
Firstly, Li told me about R&D (Research and Development). Then Cao explained the four stages in business. Hank taught me to connect more with others and offered suggestions for me to choose my major. Huang told me the two factors that needed concern — people and money — when doing one’s own business. Chen showed me the structure of a company and the division of labor. Zhou shared his opinions in the development of computer and looked forward to further innovations.
This passage is not just my personal statement, but also my blessing on my old partner, who has been playing Bridge with me for five years! In 9th grade, he will leave Bridge Club to prepare for College Entrance Exam. Good luck for you, my friend!
I am very delighted that almost all my friends liked this Wechat post!
Continue reading Bridge in My Eyes — I will have a new partner in 9th grade