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Timothy Lee

Timothy Lee is a senior at Monta Vista High School. He moved back to the States in 2012 after living in Beijing, China for two years, and currently lives in Cupertino, California. This cross-culture experience has enabled him to encounter a vast variety of environments in which part of his writings are based on. He is also currently an officer in HEARTS, a nonprofit organization, and a VP at Silicon Valley DECA. He also has a passion in web design, computer science, badminton, and writing.



By: Ethan Hu There are many different types of people in the world. However, one that many despise the most are bullies, people who use strength to intimidate others into inferiority or simply cause someone else discomfort. Usually, they can be found …

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Thoughts on Brexit

By Michael Yang Since its founding, the European Union has had Britain as one of its primary members. Recently, however, the British people have voted to have Britain leave the EU, marking a historic decision for both Britain and the EU. While …

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Importance of the Process

Submitted By: Timothy Lee 12:30. After competitions. After the chapter meeting. After dark. With final round competitions the next day, I thought I would be able to sleep early. Being told that I was among the best my entire life, I wanted …

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When a Class Breaks You

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Submitted By: Wesley Tsai One year ago, I signed up for the hardest class in my school without noticing it. Back then, I heard that this class was going to hurt, but, when I consulted my friends who took the class, they …

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Private vs Public School

Submitted By: Katherine Han You are sitting in your bedroom when you overhear your parents talking about moving you from your current, public school to a private school. Education is a big thing in our lives. And part of getting a good …

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End of Year Madness

Submitted By: Helena Li It’s almost May, which means there is only one month of school left! However, this doesn’t mean students get any slack in high school, school is just as busy as ever. In fact, this might be the worst …

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Solving Schools

Submitted By: Timothy Lee When school requirements become increasingly competitive despite the perception that grades don’t determine who you are, the problem may lie in the system rather than in the individual. Society has begun focusing on the wrong areas in terms …

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Reading The Scarlet Ibis

Reading The Scarlet Ibis Submitted By: Karen P. Link: The Scarlet Ibis I’m here to share with you a great story, a staple in the education of many. This particular short story resonates in the heart of one of our chief editors. …

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