I Was a Wanderer Once After I Got an Arrow Shot in My Knee – Fallout: New Vegas Review

Quit and replayed and quit.

I’d like to compare this game with Fallout 4, whose plot is a clusterfuck compared to this one.

TL;DR

Plot side, New Vegas won. Other things than the plot, combat, graphics, and all that stuff, Fallout 4 won a little. And the grounds that both sides break even, music, UI and that.

Heavily spoilered alert. Don’t read it if you haven’t finished the game. ...READ MORE

The Methods to Balance/Control High Fe for ENFJs or How to Push Away Anxieties and Stay Calm Being a Sensitive One

Emotional.

Whether you are or not sometimes you will always be accused of or feel it yourself.

Due to the high Fe of this personality trait, ENFJs always suffer from their sensitivity. Also a benefit for ENFJs, it’s a double-edge sword. Highly sensitive makes ENFJs more sophisticated and easily drained from emotional affairs.

You definitely have these experiences when you’re simply exhausted from social interactions, whether it’s a breakup, the loss of a good friend or other tiresome social activities. These activities are emotional burdens as to everyone, but due to high Fe, ENFJs would always invest much more than others into the activities they love. ...READ MORE

Price or Value? Choose Superficiality or Prosperity?

A country that is built massively on superficiality is doomed to fail.

The equivalent of superficiality is price.

The primary principle of market is that value is always before price. Because price is the reflection of value, and people give value to things so that makes them priced.

China’s society is on some level, built on massive superficiality, which is hurting the society and its people within. ...READ MORE

PISA Test, Education System Ranking and Thoughts Behind China’s Education System

Read Constantine Zou's answer to Is China's education system a good model for the United States' education system to copy? Has any U.S. politician ever thought of this idea before? on Quora

Typically, in this article, I compared the two superpowers public education systems, the US vs China. And deep in heart we both know that the two’s public education systems are troublesome.  ...READ MORE

Luck

I think I have talked about luck many times now.

Luck is never arbitrary, it shall never be taken for granted.

Everything happens for a reason, there’s a cause so that there’s a consequence.

Luck is one of the thousands consequences which boost your actions.

People think that lottery is arbitrary, and fortunes come to you for no reason. There is a reason for the fortune that is happening to you, and not other people. ...READ MORE

Harmony Seeker

As an ENFJ, I think I’m the one that swells in the environment composed of harmony.

But I’m not really an INFP who can create harmony, so I guess I’m a seeker that is constantly attracted to harmony situations.

And even apart from this, in China, the traditional view of Taoism is to create harmony, which is what I believe. Not just Taoism, Zhongyong (中庸, talking about seeking a middle method to balance both contradictory sides) is something I’m holding dearly. ...READ MORE

Stupidity and Arrogance

The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways. The point, however, is to change it.

–Karl Marx

There are the two things going to kill humanity:

stupidity and arrogance.

Stupidity

Inside China, the major problems include the vast amount of stupidity that is continuously poisoning the society.

The solution for this is a free knowledge platform and improvement of education.

Other than this, Chinese like to humble themselves, but this has gone excessively wrong. Many people today don’t put prize on their heads, rather than denying the fact the work is done by themselves. ...READ MORE