As always, his talk is very clear and helpful!
Some of the creativity fun: very re-energising!
3D pen: Gradually learning the basic of doing things 3d…
Walking in the neighbourhood: refreshing for the new year!
What a year!
I had a good ending of the year at the departmental lunch, student barrels, the reading club, and of course with friends locally and remotely. Hope everyone out there is having a nice holiday as well. A belated Merry Christmas and early Happy New Year!
Last night, it was my second time in Nationale Opera & Ballet, Amsterdam.
Puccini’s La Boheme:
The production was great! Adapted to a modern stage setting, the story developed with great music from the orchestra and the singers. There were happy moments and sad moments. The painter, the poet, the musician and the philosopher; the reality, the laughter, the love, the jealousy, and many more. Time goes by so fast.
I never imagined it would be so hard to get WiFi at home in the Netherlands. In the US, it took me about a week; In the Netherlands, it’s been a month!!! And there have been more than 10 phone calls ranging from 5-30 mins long. It has been a long haul.
Sorry this is going to be a complaint post. But this experience (on-going) is teaching me something (communication system in the real-world, and patience, mostly). The moral of the story being: the information is too distributed that nobody seems to know what’s going on, at least there’s no way for the customer to know what is going on exactly.
Hopefully some information could be helpful for someone else out there…
I reviewed 2 journal papers, 9 conference papers in Feb – Sep, 2017. It was especially intensive during the summer. This gave me the idea to write something about it.