Living Heritage: Western Market

It is the year 1906. A thunderstorm is happening, and a boy reaches out and touches the redbrick of Western Market. He suddenly realises his magic powers, and now the year is 2014. It is no longer raining. Astonished by the changes, he decides to explore. Western Market is a piece of living heritage and the built environment here reflects the culture of the place. Living Heritage: Western Market from Jesse W on Vimeo. Please help evaluate the effectiveness of our doucmentary by kindly filling in this survey. It should only take around…Read more …

Humanities: Unit One Reflection “Geography Assessments”

I am very happy that I've done well in the geography test and the map-making assignment. During this unit, I've learnt the basics of physical geography, and most importantly learnt to apply this knowledge in real world situations. I think that geography is a strength for me, and I think I've proven that through these two assessments. I know the definitions of many geographical words, and I think I am capable of using these words when describing geographical maps. When reading maps, I can identify the latitude and longitude of a point and…Read more …