Sunday, April 20, 2008

Reflection of the ethics research

"Violence in Tibet"

our ethics research was about Tibet. Chinese government attempts to enforce a new campaign that demands monks denounce the Dalai Lama. The Tibetan cneter for human rights and Democracy reports that two monks had committed suicide last month following government oppressions. The chief monk refused to allow a government team to enter on April 2nd, but the returned the next day with a force of about 3,000 troops. as many as eight people killed, including at least three women and one monk.
Currently, as protesters in Paris held signs that read," Paris Defends Human Right Everywhere in the world." many people will consider this as serious.

Sunday, April 13, 2008

ethical lapse

this week topic was ethical lapse at work place. this article was interesting topic but the statistics data was not specific enough I think. but in the bottom line I agree no matter the statistics. I could tell an unethical incident will be distracted co-workers at work place.

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Writing on the web or on paper?

There are two different ways of writing. one is writing on the web and the other is writing on paper. These two way to writing is the same in terms of transfering message, but there are differences between the two methods.
writing on the web is an important role in this business world. It is saving time and efforts. people comunicated by email and it helps people make less misscumunications comparing to the phone. also the accecibility of the writing on the web is better than on paper.
on the other hand, writing on paper is more personal than writing on the web. for example, if I were traveling out of country, I would perfer to send a post card to my friends rather than just writing a email and forward to everyone. but if I need to write professionally, I would writing on the web.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Korean side dish, Buchimgae.

I would like to talk about how to make Buchimgae for the topic of this week. Buchimgae is one of Korean side dishes. It can be considered as a flavorful Korean pancake. Depending on what you like, you can add your favorite vegetables or seafood, and if you like it hot and spicy, you can go with some Kimchi. But in this time, I will talk about the vegetable buchimgae from my mom’s recipe.
The ingredients are 4 tablespoons flour, 1/2 cup water, pinch of salt, 2 medium zucchinis or other favorite vegetable you want cut into thin strips, a thinly sliced of onion, a tablespoon of oil, 3 tablespoons of soy sauce, little bit of vinegar, and 1/4 teaspoon of sesame seeds.
Alright, let’s start making buchimgae!
First, Combine flour with water and salt in a large bowl to form a thin batter and add vegetables to the mixture. Heat oil in large non-stick pan over medium-high heat then fry the pancakes for about 5 minutes and it looks golden brown both sides. Lastly, prepared the dipping sauce for the buchimgae, which is with soy sauce, vinegar and sesame seeds.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Lying on your resume

This week article is "Lying on Your Resume What Are the Career Consequences?" by Kim Isaacs. It remind me the big happening in Korea last year. In mid of 2007, one of governor had a fair with a professor, and it turned out she got that job with a fake education history. also she used a power of her lover, the governor. then the big wave was gone through entertainment industry. some actor and actress, musicians had to have being a lier and some professors lost their job.
I think that you can not be lied the fact especially professional history. whenever, it will come back to you and makes more problem. I think that honesty is one of most important qualify to a employee.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Mock Interview

since I have been searching in sumer intern, this mock interview was a good opportunity to me.
my mock interview day was interesting. I am still lost sometime in campus, what a shame, but it happened that day. I went near hunter building and I got confused. fortunately, I got in campus earlier then I could make on time though. that was remind me again how important be there earlier on interview day.

while having the interview, I was comfortable to explain things she asked, I wish in real interview in future I could feel comfortable I had interview with Angie. I learned I need to more researched about the company that I interview.


I had no idea I had to write about presentations we had in class.
now, I am recalling some of great presentations, the most interesting presentation was " a chicken".
because I was set on pretty closed to see a bird. I have never seen a chicken like that closed :)
and the topic is really interesting as well.