If time can

If time can

According to Jiang's tour

While Saturday morning there is no class, I will be out of the house. Stepping on the steps, across the packet, alone to stray, wandering around the so-called, is nothing more than just, right, in order to prevent the boring, I brought my intimate partner -- the walkman.

Against Beijing on the noisy, came to the river square. See set up dozens of shed, thought, and is engaged in what promotion will strike, it's not my place to stay, then hurried on the dike.

A levee, gives people the feeling as like as chalk and cheese. Although Jinyang pawn, but after all, is the early days, it is not very hot, just look up and can not be directly. The wind is a bit large, across the river, with the water straight blowing my face, can put the micro Yang heat to go. Along the river walk, a stretch as far as eye can see the river with me without stop, there are green with me, a gentle breeze sent me, also do not feel lonely.

Random walk a, the Linjiang street. It is Linjiang Street ah, and Jiang only separated column distance, one not careful will fall feeling. The river, there are several of the old man fishing, and swing, and bar. However is not a fish figure out the river. At first I was laugh, smile why they are fishing for so long is not caught, then some take pleasure in other people's misfortune to walk away. But after walking a long way, I once again laugh, the laugh blush. Laugh at yourself even swing and rods are do not cut, I laugh others.

Then go down, came to the top office. There was a labyrinth that side, through the quiet place. There is a school, not tell is a primary school or middle school, the teaching building is not high, may be the primary school ", was named Linjiang. And look, is a path, it is a maze. It is some two cubits monk cannot touch his head, but the surface of fear is eventually arrived but strong curiosity and strong desire for knowledge, or walked past. The soles of the feet is no longer hard cement, replace sb. is soft soil, may be a few days before the rain invaded because of the strike.

Several grass warbler contend for warm tree but I have not seen, but the two peck Chunni nesting swallow attracted my attention, flying up and down, not fatigue. Mud, again and again, constantly.

Went to the depths, turns out to be some big warehouse. There is put the food, packed full Cangman warehouse, however each warehouse or standing or lying down with a tough housekeeping experts -- a dog, too, there are so many goods! Lost who is responsible?

Go forward, one can only barely two people, and is based on one side, through my personal or more than sufficient. Take a look at the past, I can not help but greatly disappoint one's hopes, but a family to accumulate a large pool fertilizer only, although it is somewhat difficult to into the nose smell, but also can resist the fragrance of the earth?

Helpless, only to turn back, but this and why? When it is all "continue to be found in the field of the known, the unknown constant exploration" this word to say.

The "path" cannot bear to think of the past, imperceptibly is already noon, the burning sun pawn, but this again? When the military, it is much more serious than the breeze, and has not gone? Perhaps more bigger? You never know!
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Global business leaders

THREE IRISH SMALL and medium enterprise owners have been selected to learn from global business leaders Domestic Helpe.

The pilot mentors without borders programme is being run by the Small Firms Association, which says it will enable SME owners to soak up the skills and experience of senior executives from large corporates headphone amp.

The three Irish entrepreneurs selected to learn from the programme are Anne Cusack from Critical Healthcare, Cameron Wallace who is a founder of Eight Degrees Brewing and Kathleen Ward nuhart , who set up her own health clinic in Monaghan.

At the launch today, SFA chairman AJ Noonan said:

“Participants will develop the skills that one can’t find in the classroom – sharing the challenges mentors have faced and the lessons learnt throughout their careers and working to find solutions to current problems for Irish small business owners.”

The three mentors are Dr Jeffrey Alves, dean of the Sidhu School of Business and president of the International Council for Small Business, Janet Zablock, who is head of global small business with Visa and Jim Beers, who is a partner in Beers & Cutler accountancy.

The programme is being co-organised with the International Council for Small Business (ICSB).

ICSB executive director Dr Ayman El Tarabishy said that programme “gives an opportunity for leaders in the area of business, education, and policy to share their expertise and experiences internationally.”
  1. 2014/06/13(金) 17:54:36|
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