Club Essays

Fight Club

Every so often, a film comes along that shocks people and forces them to acknowledge issues and realities that are normally taboo in open society and are fodder for conversations with therapists. The film “Fight Club” (1999) directed by David Fincher is just one of these films. How do people react when challenged to question the purpose and perspective of their lives as influenced by society, isolation, fear, survival and their own vulnerability and mortality? Narrator: This chick Marla singer…

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Fight Club and the Idea of Nonsensical Life

In our dynamic and busy society, every one is prone to suffer some psychological problems from its faintest symptoms to the most severe effect to the human mind. This trouble occurs because our society can not satisfy our mental capabilities. This shows that even if the human mind is regarded as the most important and most reliable machine in the universe, there is still the possibility that it cannot handle every inch of information fed into it, which unfortunately draws…

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Luck Club

Published in 1989, The Joy Luck Club is the first novel written by Amy Tan that narrates about the lives of four Chinese-American immigrant families who are living in the United States. “Two Kinds” is one of the chapters in this book that focuses on the conflict between a mother and a daughter as a result of generation gap and cultural differences. Shu-Huei Henrickson, an instructor of English at Rock Valley College in Rockford, Illinois, wrote a criticism on the…

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Proudlie’s Xtreme Sports Club

Proudlie’s Xtreme Sports Club which is also known as PXtreme has been running in Hong Kong for 10 years and was founded by Ozzy Kumar in 1993. He came up with the idea of setting up this club when he realized that one of the only things which H. K was missing were extreme sports. The club has been fairly successful in the past in terms of its members, services and popularity. The number of people enrolling for the club…

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Great Wall Golf and Country Club

As David Lin (Michael’s youngest son, and integrant of the executive committee said), “one of the most important managerial issues at Great Wall was creating a fertile ground for the smooth transition of operating control to senior staff, thus allowing members of the executive committee to turn their attention more fully to Great Wall’s long term opportunities”. The areas of concern for the desired smooth transition are: ? Recruiting: Great Wall wants to reduce the turnover level below 4% ?…

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First Tuesday Book Club

The Book Thief by Markus Zusak ranks number two on a list of “Ten Aussie Books to Read Before You Die” voted for by viewers of the ABC’s First Tuesday Book Club. Discuss the Significant Features of the novel that have contributed to its success, analysing and evaluating their contribution. The novel, “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak was first published in 2005. The story is set in Germany, 1939, the time of World War Two. Many significant characters are…

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The U.p. Jammers’ Club After Pound for Pound 2010

U. P Jammers’ Club is an established socio-cultural organization of a well-known university. It was founded on October 8, 1991 and since then, it has brought several musical icons in the music scene. The organization aims to enhance the capabilities and skills of aspiring young musicians and form camaraderie within the group. The organization showcases annual events such as a “Freshmeat” and Pound for Pound”. The basis of this proposal report is the organization’s event which is entitled “Pound for…

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The First Dog

A post from The Oval made by David Jackson quotes former president Harry Truman to have allegedly said , “If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog”. I think that this is the best advice that an experienced leader could impart to his successors. And this is why I am able to tell my story as a pet to the 44th First Family of the United States of America. My name is Bo Obama, with a registered name…

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