Melano, Ivonne L.
Dr. Arlo R. Mortos
The most common Chinese food I enjoy most making and devouring is the dumpling. A dumpling’s texture is smooth and soft just like a baby’s skin. As I slice a dumpling, I can see its mouth-watering juice coming out from the filling and I can smell its meaty aroma twelve inches away from the plate. As soon as I munch on it, I can taste the pork, vegetable and seasonings all mixed perfectly! Eating dumplings sure makes me feel I’m in cloud nine.
January 30, 2013 was the assigned date for our English report. All of my classmates were very busy researching details about their topics, creating sample paragraphs and making their presentations worth listening. As the days quickly passed by, my classmates were going back and forth in the library until they almost made the other students dizzy. They were all in a panic to make the best presentations and to please our highly respected professor. On the day of the presentation, they came in early to set up their laptops and projector. Silent rehearsals, loud tension and many hearts pounding out of the chests can be heard around the four corners of the room. After five minutes of waiting, the professor finally came in. The first group prepared their presentation and turned on the projector, only to find out that the projector does not have an adapter.
There are many religions existing in our world at present. One is Christianity. “Christian” is a term that is called to the people who live their lives like how Jesus Christ did. They believe God as their maker and Jesus Christ as God’s only son and their savior. Another religion is Islam. The people who are believers of Allah are under this religion and they are known as “Muslims”. Muslims believe in the five pillars in worshipping Allah. Buddhism is also a known religion. It originated from India but now more famous in China. Buddhists believe in the teachings of the prince Siddhartha Gautama. They are guided by their spiritual leaders who are called “monks”.
Process and Process Analysis
There are various ways in making the wrapper for the Chinese dim sum dumplings. I will teach you one way to make the wrapper. First, put in a bowl the flour, cornstarch, water and egg. Mix the ingredients with your hands thoroughly. Use your hands directly because using our hands will produce more pressure than using utensils. More pressure means more refined. Next, get a small portion of the mixture and shape it as a ball. Then, press it on a flat surface to make it look like a dumpling wrapper. Lastly, fix the wrapper’s shape to make it look more like a wrapper. It is now ready to be stuffed with dumpling filling.
Cause and Effect
God sent His only begotten Son- Jesus Christ-for the world. He loved the world so much even if the world breaks His heart and betrays His love for them. The world loved another king, king of the sins, instead of the King of Heaven and Universe. In behalf of all the sins the world had done against Him, He still wanted to save the world. Therefore, He gave the world Jesus Christ. His beloved Son was whipped, crowned with a crown of thorns and crucified on the cross. Jesus Christ suffered for the benefit of the world. Because of His suffering, anyone who believes Him as his personal Savior will now have eternal life and his name will be written in the Book of Life.
Comparison or Contrast
Many television dramas involve plots revolving around twins. Some twin dramas are about being separated since birth then discovering each other’s existence after some time, about the one twin being the favorite of everybody and the other being a total jerk, about a supernatural incident which will make one twin a normal person and the other a person made from water and so on. There are two kinds of twins. One is identical twins. Identical twins are those twins who...