Treasures of the World’s Cultures


It’s not a new exhibition and has been widely talked in Hong Kong, and yes Treasures of the World’s Cultures from the British Museum it is!

The whole exhibition was divided into many sections, based on the geography and time.  It includes Prehistory, Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, Early Europe, Medival, Renaissance and Later Europe, South and East Asia, Islam, Africa, Oceania, and The Americas.  It’s a must-see exhibition for everyone and you’ll definitely find something interesting in it.  Mesopotamia was the period that especially attractive to me, such as the lapislazuli ornament and bracelet, and of course the stela.

A bit off topic but it’s been quite a few months since I went out with my mom, so it’s great to spend a day w/ her.  I really should manage my time in a better way lol

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McMaster Daily News


McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business has been named one of the world’s best business schools, earning a first-ever spot on the prestigious Princeton Review Best Business Schools list.

The Princeton Review — known for its college rankings based on how students rate their schools — surveyed DeGroote MBA students about academics, campus life and career preparation and planning opportunities. Based on the survey results, DeGroote earns a place on the Best 290 Business Schools list.

"Our faculty and staff work hard to provide a high quality, well-rounded experience for our MBA students," says Paul Bates, dean and industry professor, DeGroote School of Business. "The Princeton Review results affirm we’re on the right track as we build a better DeGroote."

Among the survey results, DeGroote gets high marks for its career preparation, academic experience and faculty accessibility. The students also commended the School’s leadership, including the dean, for bringing "a practical perspective to the school and its courses."

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