Living in Vancouver for more than a year, I hardly have spare time to schedule a trip to central and eastern proviences until I finished my first draft of college admission essay and the SAT in the summer.
Although it’s virtually impossible to cover Canada in a week, I planned an itinerary to experience the best of what the Great White North has to offer me.
Continue reading Canada: Freedom and Pleasure
Typically, your Credit Card application will be rejected if you can’t provide SSN (Social Security Number), but there’s still a chance for you: most banks accept ITIN (Individual Texpayer Identification Number) instead of SSN.
Continue reading How Did I Get an ITIN From Abroad
- Apply for U.S. Credit Cards
- Open U.S. bank accounts
- Accumulate credit history and credit score
- Verify PayPal Account
I attended a typical Chinese public high school with the Gaokao (National college entrance exam) curriculum in a third-tier city, which is a lack of educational resources, in Grade 10 before my family immigrated to Canada. As a high school senior who has taken both Gaokao and AP courses with a bunch of friends enrolling in IBDP or IGCSE, I think I could review my school life in China critically.
Continue reading What is life like in China at High School?
Although I did managed to get 1500 on October test date as a non-native speaker, I would like to clear that I am far from an expert or a perfect test taker. In this article, I will provide self study guides for each section, valuable resources, and a few test day tips.
Continue reading My SAT Journey: Study Plan, Resources, and Tips
Continue reading Lecture Notes: AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate
- EC2 (AZ, auto-scaling, load balancer, security group)
- VPC (subnet, NAT gateway, BastionHost, Network ACL)
- S3 (different S3 classes, encryption, versioning, cross-region replication, lifecycle)
- RDS (multi-AZ, cross-region replication)