This episode of Jiwan Parivesh presents an inspiring interview with author Bhabika Joshi, a very talented Nepali writer who has already penned a novel at an early age of thirteen.
Fossil Ridge High School is hosting its first Fashion Show in partnership with Help Kids in Nepal. HKIN is an organization that aids children with pediatric cancer.
This summer, ANA 2012 is proud to host the Children’s Spelling Bee! Come along and have a BLAST spelling words and hanging out with friends!
In high school, there’s one major paper or project that you have to write every year. These are referred to as the “Sophomore Theme” or “Junior Theme” or “Senior Theme” depending on what grade you are currently attending. I am a sophomore this year, in other words, a 10th grade. Instead of worrying about my … Continue reading What I Learned
Getting things organized and in place is a very stressful thing to do, I’ve realized, especially around the middle of the school year. Usually, around this time, the first semester ends, so the dreadful semester exams come flying. A week after winter break, I’ve already got at least one exam lined up in every single … Continue reading How To Get Organized
When was the last time you were in sixth grade? Last year, four years ago, or maybe even ten years ago? It’s true that we don’t retain all the information we learned from times ago, but who kno.ws. You might surprise yourself! This is originally taken from the game show, “Are You Smarter Than A … Continue reading Are You Smarter Than A Sixth Grader?
Excerpts from my next novel, modified to fit my life: It’s not a wonder that you wish for things that aren’t in your periphery. A vision of sorts is always on the back of your mind, a better life, the grass that is truly greener on the other side. Your face looks better on Megan … Continue reading Living With The Past
It’s almost impossible to find someone without an iPod or iPhone or the new iPad nowadays. If you’re reading this, you or someone in your family probably has one (if not all) of the three, don’t they? Since the release of the iPod in 2001, almost 300,000,000 iPods have been sold. How big is that? Well, … Continue reading Week of June 28 – July 5
What have you been watching for this last week? What will you watch for the next month. Here’s my guess: it rhymes with Corld Wup. Well, you’re not the only one. Welcome to the viewing pleasure of FIFA World Cup 2010. Any where from the controversy of the Jabulani ball that has slipped the hands of … Continue reading 4th Week of June
Bhabika Joshi is a very talented Nepali writer currently residing in Keller, Texas who has already penned a book (Mortal – Hayden Roux Chronicles) at a very young age of fourteen. She was recognized by NRN National Coordination Council of USA for her exceptional accomplishment as a young writer at the Fourth Regional NRN Conference … Continue reading Bhabika Joshi Recognized by NRN NCC of USA
Bhabika Joshi was recognized by NRN NCC of USA for her exceptional accomplishment as a Young Writer. This video is part of the blog post at http://texasnepal.com/blog/2011
There’s only one word running through the mind of millions of kids right now: S.U.M.M.E.R. The school year is over. Whether you’re about to be the top dog or the fresh fish, new experiences await. Some people are proud of what they’ve been able to accomplish this year. Others are not. Around my own school, … Continue reading First Week of June
I stared at the blank mass of html gone crazy. Well, a blank mass of nothing on the computer screen, anyways. How long had I stared at that thing? It kind of disgusted me now. Like how forty dollars worth of a single fish looks nasty after sitting in the refrigerator for over a week. … Continue reading Week of May 2-8
Before I begin with my post, here is the actual title of this week’s blog: Second Week of April. My previous title made you open this post though, didn’t it? Yes, there is actually a reason why my blog is entitled “qwerty.doc” this week. Let’s be serious, here. How many of you guys have ever … Continue reading qwerty.doc
I completely apologize for not posting last week. I had this blog written and ready two day earlier, ready to post on Monday morning. Sunday night I was up half the night coughing and couldn’t even wake up to go to school. I did manage to attend school after an hour or so, and after … Continue reading Third Week of March
It’s that time of year again. The time when God can’t decide whether Texas should get cold weather or hot weather. So, instead of basking in the sun like people in Los Angeles or shoveling snow from the driveway like Boston, Texans are stuck at home with fevers, coughs, seasonal allergies, and runny noses. Well, … Continue reading Fifth Week of February, First Week of March
Woo! If you saw my desk right now…wait! You couldn’t see my desk right now because it is stacked with about three feet of homework. This would have to be my best reason for not delivering a blog for two weeks. I really would like to apologize, but I think if you’ve ever been to high … Continue reading 2nd Week of February
When you came into this world, you were innocent. A small bundle of joy, carried around with precious care. When you coughed, a thousand hearts would stop with fear. When you smiled, they pumped right back into reality. Through the years, you slowly left your mother and your father; ventured out into your own life, … Continue reading Fourth Week of January
Christmas, New Year, it’s done and won’t be back – no matter how much you pray – until a whole year more. What did you guys get? PS3, Wii, DSi? Me, I got a new karaoke game for the Wii, the sixth (and newest) Harry Potter DVD, fragrances, giftcards to bookstores, and best of all, … Continue reading Second Week of January
There’s only a few days left in this year, and the best way to end and renew is by making the greatest of it. Joy to the World, I say. For this post, I bring you some of the funniest one-liners, full blown-out jokes, and pictures that will have you rolling with misfit laughter. Let’s … Continue reading Fifth Week of December, First Week of January