As part of the open day events, the University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) where we currently based at, organised a Color Run. Mimicking the official event, staff and students were involved. Matt and I, we both were invited by the people from CRRC and did the run together with some of the CRRC employees who are studying in UNNC, undertaking some business classes.
As a Campus Teaching Committee representative, I am representing doctoral degree students across faculties on campus and set this site up. It has been a difficult journey to find a free forum platform that is accessible in this part of the world (in fact I created several forums), but the wait is over.
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Enough talking about me, time to share your ideas and experience. Indeed, the time our voices are heard. Go on then! Note: the girl is not me. It was a template from Wix 🙂
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Today has been a glorious day, the first sunny day after the typhoon. I was wandering around campus where we live, stumbled upon some fantastic scenery of scattered benches, playful light and shadows near the staff apartments. Absolutely gorgeous. So I thought, that will a next small project: documenting (bolted down) sitting spaces, particularly views from where we sit. My aim is just simple, trying to step back and appreciate those landscape furniture. I am sure they are there for purpose. The expected outcome will be a kind of sketchy map of UNNC benches and series of photographs.
Your part: if you have any particular benches you often sit on, let me know 🙂 And yes, those benches are limited to permanent benches on campus (University of Nottingham Ningbo China).
Here are some of my favourite shots today:
The bike route cards are initiated by John Higham based on his experience biking with a set of printed postcard size cards. We piloted one of the usual route, the loop from UNNC to Dong Qian Lake via Park Hyatt Hotel. The idea is to provide cyclists with visual cues in form of photographs with arrows. It is the shortest route we have so far, if you happen to know more routes, give us a shout.
Find the pdf (23 pages). last modified on 3 October 2016:
MapMyRide Link: http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/fullscreen/523806116/
Updates: 3 October 2016, corrections on sequential problems.
Please drop a message if: 1) you would like higher resolution pictures 2) would like to borrow printed booklet or 3) update us with the vast changing environment by sending your picture so we can replace them. It is a collaborative effort at the end of the day!
Special thanks to contributors as mentioned on the booklet.
Bfn. Mia and Matt.
Photogenic flowers on campus taken by me, March 2015.
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I submitted a proposal for an artwork competition, organised by the library.
The idea came on one fine afternoon, I had a chat with Matt about his surplus chain he was holding. His brand spanking new titanium chain. And I said “what can we do with that?”
A poster about my research I did for a poster competition in July 2014. Good fun, good experience with friends:)
The FoSE ( Science and Engineering Faculty) poster competition day. Good day, good experience and lesson learnt!