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Topics for Colorful Domain English Club(BJ) , March 9, 2008|
Venue: Byone Western Restaurant 百万庄园西餐店（朝外联合大厦店）
(highly appreciated if you could arrive by 10:20 a.m.)
How to get there：Take Loop Line of the Subway, Get off at Chaoyangmen Station, and Take Exit A. Walk around the Office Building of Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) clockwise. The restaurant is just opposite to MOFA's southeastern entrance.
Prepared Speaker: Audrey
Minutes Writer: Alhaji
Topic I —— Brain Drain
Nowadays more and more Chinese students study in broad. When they graduate, some of them have decided not to return to their home countries and find a job in USA, Great Britain, Australia and other richer countries. This phenomenon known as “Brain Drain” has caused a shortage in skilled laborers in poorer countries.
If you were in their shoes, what would be your choice? Why?
If you were the prime minister of China, what would you do?
Topic II —— The Scent of Memory
Many things can trigger memories--a snippet of song, a movie, or a photograph. But smell is the most powerful memory trigger of all. Almost everything could be defined by scent, such as summer is fresh cut grass and the Valentine's Day is bouquet of roses. Church is incense and candle wax, and school is chalk and cabbage.
Please scan the catalog of smells in your head which describe a variety of people, places, things and times. Most of these connections are obvious and immediately recognized, but there are others not quite so easily reached and examined.
What’s the deepest memory caused by Scent?
Who did give you deep impression by her or his own scent? Why? (if you’d like sharing to us ^_* )