Experience with car sub-woofer

I was always into music. Especially, the rhythm and bass (R’n’B) aspect of it. I guess it has something to do with my dad who always listens to music super loud. It’s not bad but things start to get crazy during exam times (Yes, there were several instances I had turn the stereo off as

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Travel Advisory

TRAVEL  ADVISORY  –  SAFETY MEASURES TO UNDERTAKE Never share a taxi cab or any mode of transportation with a stranger   Do not reveal your address of the place of stay to a stranger   Do not stay in isolated resorts   Travel lightly   Youth should not travel without adult supervision   When in

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Importance of Role-play

We all know that ‘Practice makes perfect’ or ‘Perfect practice makes perfect’. Well, that’s exactly how role-playing works. It allows you to try new things and make mistakes without costing anything. Plus, you get to learn a lot of as it is ‘experiential learning’. Yes, it is a bit intimidating for a lot of folks

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Visit to Reptilia

I visited Reptilia last weekend when I went to see my long-lost friend in Vaughan. We had lunch at a local sushi place. Then, he suggested that I check out the next best thing in Vaughan after Wonderland. I thought he was referring to something like Go-karting or something similar. To my surprise, it was

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Proving Professor Wrong

I have always been a realist. It is very hard for me to grasp a textbook concept if I can’t relate to anything in real life. That’s why I loved courses, like marketing and human resources, that had a lot of case studies and hated courses, like finance and economics, that had a lot of

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