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|Sunday, February 19th, 2017|
Chinese Commercial Writing Useful Tips
Writing commercial emails make sure they are well received. You need know what to include in or exclude from the text in order you might achieve what you want from your commercial correspondence.
Your commercial letter needs to be short with simple information.
Tips and recommendations on commercial emails writing are available in the Chinese financial correspondence textbook for self-study “Supersonic Price Chinese Book 1” by Polina Shinkina. http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/supersonic-price-chinese/18847547
This textbook will reduce the time you spend on commercial email writing and make you more productive in achieving your career prospects.
|Friday, December 16th, 2016|
|Wednesday, March 14th, 2007|
|Tuesday, February 7th, 2006|
A favor for a family friend
Do you (or anyone you know) want to tutor a high-school student (ninth grader, I believe) in the Fullerton, CA area? Preferably, you'd be able to tutor English, math, and Spanish, but any two of those three subjects would be sufficient.
You would have to drive yourself (about once or twice a week), but the pay would be pretty good (negotiable, probably between $30-$50/hr).
Let me know!
|Monday, February 6th, 2006|
we just got our "applications to graduate," where you have to approve the spelling of your name and so on. question is, when they ask you to pick which pomona seal you want--the fancy-old-style founders' seal, or the normal rainbow-book--is that going to be printed on the diploma itself?
because, see, the rainbow book is so dumb. it kind of has always screamed "elementary school" to me. but the fancy seal says "tribute to christian civilization," and i'm a heathen jew. so where's this seal going? and how awful does the rainbow book really look on the real thing?
man, it would be so easy to throw away that little paper slip and then somehow not end up being eligible to graduate. i bet that's totally happened.
|Wednesday, February 1st, 2006|
i guess all i'd care about is the health food store and movie theatre...& bars...but STILL.
THE POMONA CLASS OF '08 AND EVERYONE AFTER THAT ARE JUST FUCKING SPOILED CHILDREN:
"Below is a list of anticipated businesses which will interest the student body:
Moe's Southwest Grill, restaurant
Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, coffees and teas
American Apparel, clothing
Nature and Health, health food store
Cold Stone Creamery, ice cream
Laemmle Theatre, 5 screen arts theatre
Kazama Sushi, restaurant
O My Sole, shoes
Vintage USA, clothing
Along with this, there are anticipated leases for:
Casablanca Bar & Grill, mediterranean restaurant, local
Mick & Marks Steakhouse, restaurant, local
Claremont Jazz Lounge, club & restaurant, local
Improv Comedy Club, theatre, local
PH Wine Merchants, wine sales, tasting, ed, local
Negotiaions are also being made for a California Pizza Kitchen."
|Tuesday, January 24th, 2006|
|Friday, January 6th, 2006|
Return of the 5-C Young Alumni Happy Hour! - Los Angeles
It has been far too long… But now the 5C happy hour will be returning the 2nd Wednesday of each month, starting next week on Jan 11th. We have chosen the special location of Zanzibar in Santa Monica to bring back the gathering for the New Year. Cover can be waived by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org and stating your name and whether or not you will be bringing a guest. Doors open at 9:00 pm. They have a dance floor, and several featured DJ's dishing out funky house and other styles. The most up-to-date information on who is DJ'ing each night can be found by calling their hotline at 310-451-2221.
The club is at 1301 5th St. in Santa Monica (cross St. is Montana), and more information can be found at the site http://www.zanzibarlive.com/Zanzibar.html
Let's come back strong with a huge showing!
If you have any questions you can e-mail us at email@example.com
Hope to see you there.
|Tuesday, November 29th, 2005|
Pitzer is having a "Love-In" this Saturday.
what decade is it again?
|Tuesday, November 8th, 2005|
so, i have a "gig" at The Press this thursday night, DJ-ing from 11-1.
what the fuck should i play for that mix of college kids and grad students and random townies? i mean, i have ideas, but i've never paid that much attention to the music there except when it was the awesome guy who played all 80s new wave and dance and stuff--the guy i'll be replacing, if i get the job.
how do i please this crowd? i wish i'd paid more attention to who actually goes there other than us!
|Monday, September 12th, 2005|
5C Young Alumni National Happy Hour
This Wednesday night, September 14, young alumni from the Claremont Colleges will be gathering for the semi-annual 5C Young Alumni National Happy Hour at a dozen locations across the United States:
* Boston - The Redline (Cambridge)
* Bozeman, Montana - Bozeman's Pour House Bar & Grill
* Chicago - Jack Sullivan's
* Inland Empire - The Cellar Spirits & Grill (Upland)
* Los Angeles - Bungalow Club
* New York - Mixx Lounge
* Orange County - Hennessey's Tavern (Laguna Beach)
* Saint Louis - Cardwell's
* San Diego - 94th Aero Squadron Restaurant
* San Francisco - Azul
* Seattle - BluWater Bistro
* Washington, DC - RFD (Regional Food and Drink)
For more information, including the address, time, and contact information for each location, visit http://www.pomona.edu/ADWR/Alumni/events/home.shtml
So the mysterious power outages all over Los Angeles today reminded me of my fond memories of rolling blackouts
circa Fall 2000. Even if it was 2 in the afternoon, we all somehow lost the ability to be productive as soon as the power went out (because somehow it was impossible to read a book with no overhead fluorescents to augment the bright California sunlight streaming in the window) and we'd sit in the hallway and play Scrabble and drink beers.
Am I the only one who semi-secretly wishes we had power outages during the day more often?
|Monday, September 5th, 2005|
blogging like it's my job
I am now officially blogging my term as student body president, though I feel a little silly about it. It's more of an experiment, more related to me being a media studies major than a politician, and I'm afraid it's going to come out positively BORING. Certainly Senate is a far less gripping topic than my Troubled Times in Tokyo
or my International Glory in Cannes
blogs, but I'm doing this for very different reasons than those.
Anyways, for those of you who care about student government at Pomona (which at this point is none of you, which is partially the point, yeah?) here it is:sillyhapa.org/blog
|Monday, May 30th, 2005|
So I didn't hear this year's speech, but...
I got ahold of this commencement speech at Kenyon College, given by Pomona's own David Foster Wallace. I can't say for certain if you'll like it as much as I did, but after reading it I think of it as Chicken Soup for the liberal-elite-college-grad soul. Enjoy.( Read more...Collapse )
|Wednesday, April 20th, 2005|
It would seem that the new general education system has let me off the hook from two PACs, and so now I'm looking at the possibility of two more electives during my senior year and I have NO idea what to fill them with. Does anybody have any suggestions for awesome classes that they've taken in the past? Great professors you want to recommend? Anything and everything would be helpful. Thaaanks.
|Tuesday, April 19th, 2005|
|Thursday, April 14th, 2005|
a question i haven't even asked myself
So Pomona has never had a woman of color president. Or an AAMP mentor president. Or a woman president with a pierced tongue. Or...the list probably goes on forever, depending on how specific you get. But what have we really never had? A president who is also a blogger
I've been thinking a lot about the creation of a way cooler, more interactive website for Pomona students (someone sent me the link to www.tuftslife.com, that's a good start), and then I started thinking about how much I personally would like to contribute. So here's the real question -- should I start a presidential blog?
The pros are obvious. We complain all the time about how we don't know what Senate really does, it would add an element of interaction and communication of relevant information, it would revitalize what is otherwise a dead aspc page.
But then again, is too much of what a president does going on behind closed doors? Will I really be able to communicate as freely as I like to? Will I run into more conflicts of interest than it is really worth?
I pose this question to you, pomona community bloggers, because only bloggers understand bloggers. Only you understand the delicate balance of inner depths and accessibility, the motivation behind spilling yourself to an anonymous audience. Am I crazy or would this be a good idea?
|Thursday, April 7th, 2005|
please please please any and all advice/comments on proceeding courses/profs
because I´m stuck in Spain and I don´t even have the course catalog with all the pretty descriptions and I would give my right arm for a little advice from the pros. fuck, I can´t believe I´ll be a senior. OK...
"Life Course of Women" with Jill Grigsby?
"Sociology of Everyday Life" with Yep (PZ)?
"Qualitative Research Methods" with Ochoa or with Jennings?
PHIL003 with Erickson? "Existentialism" with Sontag?
Advice on PHIL profs in general?
"Altered States of Consciousness" with Perry?
Linguistics advice (I´ve never taken a class, but should)...Prof. Vaysman? or Fought at PZ?
last of all, Intro French advice? Regular Intro or Accelerated? (Profs are Suriam at PZ, Boucquey at SC, Rolland at PO).
Muchas gracias. Seriously. I´ll owe you cookies in the fall. and sorry for x-post. i´m lame.
|Wednesday, March 9th, 2005|
5-C Alumni Happy Hour
Following the success of last year's entertainment-focused happy hour,
we bring you this year's theme: non-profit & education. So bring your
business cards and join us this Wednesday for an evening of schmoozing
When: Wednesday, March 9th @ 8 PM
Where: McCormick & Schmicks Restaurant/Bar
206 N Rodeo Drive -- up the stone steps on the corner of Wilshire
Beverly Hills, California 90210
Your Pomona reps,
Alex Sundquist '99
Jalin Hsu '00
McCormick & Schmick's is extending their great $1.95 happy hour menu to
us this Wednesday night starting at 8 PM. Some of the items on the menu:
Their famous burger and fries (this is a full dinner)
There will also be a $5 special on certain mixed drinks and a beer
special as well, TBD. Parking is free on the street (come early!) or $5
with validation on the SE corner of Dayton and Rodeo.
Don't forget to bring your business cards, as there will be a raffle.
Alex & Ja