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  1. Zuidadewenti's Avatar
    Here I will share an academic work Saving Humanity on humans’ survival and development written by the anthropologist Hu Jiaqi. Details can be seen in the following report.
    https://www.1170kfaq.com/story/39742768/preface-to-saving-humanity-of-eminent-anthropologist-hu-jiaqi-responsibilities-of-human-individuals-jiaqi-hu
  2. Zuidadewenti's Avatar
    Science and technology is a double-edged sword. Today more and more people are aware of the threat the development of science and technology will pose to the development of human society. The anthropologist Hu Jiaqi gives the unique opinion on the development of science and technology. Welcome to join us and discuss it.
    http://www.wicz.com/story/39703277/famous-anthropologist-hu-jiaqi-responded-to-the-issue-of-gene-edited-babies
  3. Zuidadewenti's Avatar
    Responsibilities of Human Individuals
    https://www.1170kfaq.com/story/39742768/preface-to-saving-humanity-of-eminent-anthropologist-hu-jiaqi-responsibilities-of-human-individuals-jiaqi-hu
  4. Zuidadewenti's Avatar
    Here I will share an academic work Saving Humanity on humans’ survival and development written by the anthropologist Hu Jiaqi. Details can be seen in the following report.
    https://www.1170kfaq.com/story/39742768/preface-to-saving-humanity-of-eminent-anthropologist-hu-jiaqi-responsibilities-of-human-individuals-jiaqi-hu
  5. Zuidadewenti's Avatar
    Here I will share an academic work Saving Humanity on humans’ survival and development written by the anthropologist Hu Jiaqi. Details can be seen in the following report.
    https://www.1170kfaq.com/story/39742768/preface-to-saving-humanity-of-eminent-anthropologist-hu-jiaqi-responsibilities-of-human-individuals-jiaqi-hu
  6. PeterL's Avatar
    It is sad that someone could parlay stupidity and dishonesty into a large fortune and major political power, but that's what Trump has done. Playin the bankruptcy laws took him from abject poverty to great wealth. It suggests that there are major problems with bankruptcy laws. Then he took incompetency and turned it into a virtue. I am looking forward to the Really Great Pandemic, after which there will be many fewer such people.
  7. MANICHAEAN's Avatar
    It is so difficult to be objective about this particular individual. If there is to be any hope for the future, it's nature will be one of a negative virtue. By this I mean that his behaviour is to such a negative, almost bizarre extreme, that it will demand a close examination of what exactly are American values. I'm sorry if this sounds patronising, but America has such a wealth of talent and yet this useless joke of a man has somehow risen to the top.
  8. Buh4Bee's Avatar
    May she rest in peace. I remember her too!
  9. Bluebiird's Avatar
    I did go. You’re right. Everything was fine. I got worked up for no reason. We were actually early (a first for us and funerals). While my mum socialized a little I had a wander round the graves. It’s a pretty big cemetery and the earliest graves I saw were from the 1800’s. When the procession came I finally spotted my dad and uncle at the back. It seems I misjudge my dad too much (he’s hard for me to read) he was surprised but pleased that I came. The chapel was very small so I couldn’t sit next to my mum but I was able to sit at the back next to my dad so I wasn’t anxious (I’m very uncomfortable around strangers unless I’m with someone I know). The service was nice and light-hearted (my great aunt was quite a character) with no hymns and only one prayer where joining in was not implied to be mandatory. Then we followed the coffin to the grave. A new experience for me because I’ve only been to cremations before. We did send flowers but I don’t know if they made it in time. Mum thinks she saw them. Then we came home and I went back to bed (I’d only had 1-2 hours sleep before).
    So overall there was nothing to be worried about. Thankyou for your input. I am grateful
  10. qimissung's Avatar
    I think you could safely not attend and you would not be ruffling any feathers! Sending some flowers would be a thoughtful gesture. If, however, your father is going to go on about it and you just don't have the wherewithal to ignore him (and that would not be an easy task, I don't think), then steel yourself, put on your outfit and go. It's only for a few hours. You can leave immediately after and you don't really need to say anything beyond "I'm so sorry for your loss."

    There is no really wrong decision, Bluebiird, you just have to decide what is right for you at this moment in time. Good luck! Let us know how it turns out.