Walking Evening News: When Princess Meets Princess 🏳️‍🌈

Original link: https://sehseh.substack.com/p/cc4

Good night,

In the minds of readers, is Nordic education synonymous with happy learning and stress-free? But Wu Yuanyuan, a columnist for walking, depicts a completely different scene of teaching—every year in the national final exam, some students vomit or cry halfway through the exam due to being overly nervous. My answer sheets are often stained with picnics brought by students, and they are also stained with blood and tears of many students.”

How to test the essay questions that bring physical and mental tests to Swedish middle school students? Different from the Chinese language courses in Taiwan that focus on pure literature, how does Swedish Chinese education train students’ critical thinking skills and cultivate the civic qualities of future protagonists? Don’t miss out on the exclusive interview of the cross-oceanic in the weekend reading!

#walk around interview [dialogue with Wu Yuanyuan: a class on contemplative Chinese in Sweden]

In the Swedish education concept, “regardless of whether they go to university or not, whether they become blue-collar or white-collar, everyone will become a #citizen , so the training of civic literacy must be universal to the whole people to make sense.”
# NewBook #Sweden # WorldWalk #reading


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Global Hotspot

In the southern Spanish province of Seville, heat waves are about to be named and graded like a typhoon to remind the public of the importance of heat waves, pay attention to dangerously high temperatures and urge the government to take action. Los Angeles, Miami, Athens and other 5 cities will also follow up.

Heatwaves are increasing in frequency and intensity under global warming; they have become more deadly than floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes in the United States, but are often underestimated by the public because heat events are not as dramatic as floods its risks. Advocates say naming and grading heatwaves can help save lives by prompting authorities to create a more formal public warning system, including opening community cooling stations and asking people to stay indoors.

out of gender

Australia’s most populous state, New South Wales (NSW), has a Sexual Consent Act that came into effect on June 1. After the new law was introduced, the determination of consensual sexual behavior changed to the mode of “affirmative consent” – that is, from “he/she did not refuse” to “he/she has consent” – which was expressed in words or physical gestures. Willingness to have sex.

For example, it is not possible to presume that the other party consents to sexual behavior on the grounds of “acquiescence” and “half-confidence”. If the party is drunk, insane or asleep, it cannot be regarded as consent.

“It doesn’t change the way consensual sex works, it’s a common-sense law that is in line with the public’s will.” Despite objections that the new law will lead to abuse, false accusations, etc., legal scholar Rachael Burgin said: “If anyone is concerned that this will undermine them sex life, then they should take a good look at their sex life.”

I can’t be the only one who knows

According to a study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society , more optimistic women lived longer and were more likely to live into their 90s.

The research object of this paper covers nearly 160,000 women of different ethnic and social backgrounds, and the results show that the relationship between lifestyle – including eating habits, exercise, BMI, tobacco and alcohol – and longevity is only 4 points of optimism. of 1. Although optimism itself may be influenced by social structural factors, the findings suggest that the longevity benefits of optimism can be applied across ethnic groups, said lead author Lintan Koga, a postdoctoral student at the Harvard School of Public Health.

Quote of the Day

“I thought I was searching for a Disney Prince … but maybe what I really needed all this time was a Disney Princess.” 🌈

During Pride month, Australian actress Rebel Wilson came out on IG, announcing to more than 11 million followers with a sweet photo and the hashtag “#loveislove” that she had found the love of her life princess .

The 42-year-old Wilson’s classic image of “Fat Amy” in the movie “The Voice” is deeply rooted in people’s hearts, and her subsequent slimming process has also been widely reported by the media. Last year, she was selected as one of the BBC’s “Hundred Women” ( BBC 100 Women) once said that when she decided to lose weight, exercise, and pursue a healthier life, she was once persuaded by a Hollywood agency “because I can make millions with this ‘funny fat girl’ image. Dollar.”

Wilson, now a producer and director, prefers that the outside world pay attention to her career rather than her body changes: “Do women have to lose weight to attract attention? It’s interesting, why are people so obsessed with women’s appearance? I know what it’s like to be a woman who no one sees you because it doesn’t fit the traditional definition of beauty, just to be the healthiest version of me.”


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