Steve Jobs

Jorge Ceron

My hero is Steve Jobs, he is born at February 24, 1955 in San Francisco, California. Abdulfattah Jandali and Joanne Schieble were your real parents but her mother gave him up for adoption because she wanted him to had a good life and enjoy his childhood then he was adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs, he had two siblings, he was married with Laurene Powell, he had five children and he died with Cancer at October 5, 2011. Palo Alto,CA.

The first job was at Hewlett Packard a Hp inventors then he got a job at Atari, it’s a video game company. That is to say, he saved money to pay for a trip to India and he never returns to Atari. He started with his best friend Steve Wozniak of Apple Computers in 1976. This was the beginning of everything.

Steve Jobs has built what he believed into a reality. He was born into a very simple life, but left it being one of the most innovative leaders of all time. Time and time again, he was able to grow up with his team at the same time to bring forth most exciting products.

Steve Jobs is known as a creative genius and has developed various tools in personal computing, music and communication. He never gave up because you believe in and doing what you love every day.




Everyday, when we get something to eat, when we go to Starbucks and get one cup of coffee, or when we buy something and get stuff with plastic bags, after that we just throw plastic waste to trash can without thinking either where it is going to be or what if it is not going to be recycled or how it is going to affect the environment. In this article, we are going to write about how plastic waste is produced, how it is affecting the marine life and the consequences and solution.

Example: Vietnam pollute the great amount of the plastic waste into the ocean, which places the worlds 5 worst. Another Asian country also pollute the plastic into the ocean, for example China, Indonesia, Philippine, and Thailand. Vietnam pollute plastic into ocean and this number is between 28 and 73 million tons each year, which is about 6% of the world total plastic waste. This plastic waste amount is increasing ever year around 10 million tons each year. For example, nearly 250,000 tons of plastic waste is generated in the city called Ho Chi Minh each year, however, around 80% of them are recycled, or if the things get worse, it released into the sea or some other natural environment. As you can see on this picture, there are many plastic bags at the beach. One estimates shows that around 80% of plastic waste and plastic bags are released as a trash every day in Vietnam. Compared to 2010, Vietnam aimed to decrease 65% of non biodegradable plastic bags at the stores or shops by 2020 and also they try not to release non biodegradable plastic bags at all by 2026.

Marine life: when plastic waste is releases into the ocean, it badly affects marine life. Marine life for example, sea turtle mistakes plastic for food abs when they eat it, it damages their body, causes body disfunction and causes death. Plastic bags looks like jellyfish for them, so that they eat it without knowing it is not a food. Research was conducted by American and United Kingdom and Australian researchers. They found out that 102 sea turtles, which varies 7 types of kinds from Atlantic, Pacific, and Mediterranean, every single one of them had eaten plastic. Half of the sea turtles around the world had ingested plastic, scientists estimate.

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consequences: what is the consequenses? The consequenses are really bad, people dont really think about it because they dont see the ocean everyday.The fishes are dying, we are distroing our enviorment and we dont even know about that.we all spend our time at the beach to relax and have a fun time with family/friends, we bring food and drinks.bur what happends to the trash after? do they throw it away in a dustbin? No we dont because sometimes the plasticbags flys away with the wind and nobody would run after it.if we keep doing this there is gonna be nothing left of the fishes no life in the ocean

Biking in the Netherlands

By Pepe Menken, from the Netherlands.

If you’ve ever been to the Netherlands, you probably know what the best transportation in the Netherlands is. The Bicycle! We love biking so much that we have more bicycles then people in the Netherlands. For some tourists, biking, especially in Amsterdam, is also one of the most dangerous ways of transportation. But you might wonder how this has become… Well that’s what I’m going to explain to you in this article.

The first actual bicycle, that resembles the one we see today only a little bit, was built in 1860 by Ernest Michaux. The first couple of bikes were made of wood and then the material was changed to metal, but the evolution of the bicycle didn’t stop. The front wheel was made bigger and bigger to allow the vehicle to go faster. Because the wheel was getting bigger, the saddle had to be higher, so people needed a stool to get on the saddle. In those days, it was inappropriate for women to wear pants, so the bicycle was unavailable for them. This version of the bike is also more dangerous. In 1890, a safer version of the bicycle was invented, named the ‘safety bicycle’. This vehicle has wheels in the same size. This ‘safety bicycle’ is also the first bicycle that women could use with their long skirts. Some people say that it also helped with the emancipation of women.

The Netherlands is the country in the world that uses the bike the most as daily transportation. But how did this happen? A man named Gertjan Hulster thinks that we cycle so much in our country is because of a coincidence. In the 1950s, the bicycle replaced the automobile in a lot of countries. The automobile caused a lot more accidents than the bicycle, more than 3000 deaths in 1971 only in the Netherlands. The Dutch people weren’t that happy about that, and then the child of a well-know journalist named Vic Langenhoff, died in a car accident. Following an article written by Langenhoff, people started protesting to bring back the bike. The government was in the middle of changing the cities and decided to make separate lanes just for bikes. They made 35,000 km of biking lanes in just one country. That makes cycling sometimes faster than taking the car because there is no traffic jam. The oil prices were also very high at that time so more people decided to ride their bike to work instead of taking the car. Another reason is that the Netherlands is a very flat country and everything is really close. All of these reasons together makes cycling really appealing in the Netherlands.

In short, cycling has become the best way to transport yourself around the Netherlands because of four important reasons; The article written by Vic Langenhoff, the reorientation of the cities, the high oil prices, the flat and small country. I think that the Netherlands shouldn’t be the only country with so many bicycles. Other countries should introduce cycling in the cities in sake of the environment. More cycling people means less co2 emissions.

Adel bin Ahmed Al-jubeir

Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and member of the Council of Ministers in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

He was born in February 1st 1962 at Almajmaah, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia .

He attended schools in Saudi Arabia, Germany, Yemen, Lebanon and the U.S Bachelor degree in political science and economics from the University of North Texas in 1982, and an Master degree in international relations from Georgetown University in 1984. In 2006, he received an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from the University of North Texas.

His Political career

In 1987, he was appointed into the Saudi Diplomatic Service and posted to the Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington, DC, where he served as Special Assistant to the Ambassador Prince Bandar bin Sultan.

His Diplomatic career

On 29 January 2007 Al-Jubeir was appointed as Saudi Ambassador to the United States of America with the rank of Minister. As ambassador, Al-Jubeir focused on strengthening the bilateral relationship by building ties across government departments in both countries. Another key area of focus was the welfare of Saudi citizens living in the United States. Other issues of focus included counter-terrorism, regional peace and security, bilateral trade, cultural exchange and interfaith dialogue. Prior to becoming ambassador, he was instrumental in establishing and maintaining the U.S.-Saudi Strategic Dialogue, which was initiated by King Abdullah and President Bush as a means to institutionalize relations between the two nations and deepen coordination on strategic, political and economic issues.

As Ambassador Al-Jubeir frequently to the Kingdom for consultations with the King and other senior Saudi officials. He was regularly seen with King Abdullah in meetings with world leaders and accompanied King Abdullah on many state visits including Oman, China, India, Pakistan,Malaysia in 2006, Germany, Italy, Turkey, and Egypt in 2007, the G20 London Summit and Doha Arab Summit in 2009 and G20 Toronto Summit in 2010.


  • 2002 – Person of the Week by the Time.
  • 2006 – Alumnus Award from the University of North Texas.
  • 2006 – Honorary Doctor Degree in Humane Letters from the University of North Texas.
  • 2007 – Commendatore a Sue Eccellenza from Giorgio Napolitano, the then-President of Italy.
  • 2009 – Ambassador of the Year award from the US-Arab Chamber of Commerce for his contributions to Saudi-American relations.
  • 2011 – Diplomatic Achievement Award from the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations.
By: Haitham M Althenyan
Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia

Pineapple Pizza, the BIGGEST Social Issue.

Gianluca Vecchi (Italy) and Benoit Stroobants (Belgium)

History of pizza,
The history of pizza has begun with the focaccia in the Antiquity.
Even in the beginning this dish has had an Italian background because it has been invented by Romans. Later, in the 18th century toppings have been added in Naples and that’s how modern pizza was born.

Pizza those days,
Now, pizza has evolved a lot and has completely changed from its past form. In the beginning the real pizza was what we now call the Margherita. Those days Margherita is not the norm anymore, people have started making pizza in many different ways.

The varieties of pizza,
Nowadays, pizza is made in many different ways. There’s no longer only tomato sauce, mozzarella and basil. A lot of strange toppings have been added on it, going from ham, salami, sausage, fish, mushrooms, eggs, vegetables, … and even PINEAPPLE.

Can pineapple coexist with regular pizza?
Even if in the food chain you can find really strange food, it is incredible that a lot of people like to eat that dish with pineapple that they are used to call “pizza”. That is harmful for the Italian culture and is usually called culture approbation. Have you ever seen pineapple growing in Italy? We both know the answer and that’s why I guess you all agree that this kind of pizza can’t coexist with real Neapolitan pizza.

So remember that: “Margherita” is the real and the one with pineapple can’t be called pizza!”.

Disney&Sony Conflict, Goodbye Spider Man

Renata, Kazakhstan

80 years ago, a long great tale began. 1939, Martin Goodman’s office, first Marvel Comics was published as a first issue of Timely Comics. They sold more than 80,000 copies about a currently unknown character right now, Human Thorch, to one of the most popular comics about a delightful hero, Iron Man.

What Stan Lee did for superheroes cannot be understated. Lee was the most influential person in Marvel’s history, and for good reason. He changed the way we see and relate to superheroes by making them more appealing to adult audiences; before, superhero comics were largely for children.

In 1977, a “friendly neighbour” Spider Man was presented to the public. He was one of the loveliest superheroes of Stan Lee. Spider man was invented in co-operation with Columbia Pictures and distributed by Sony Pictures releasing. And now we can see the effects of the old deal.

Have you ever seen any films about Spider Man? “Spider Man Far From Home” is the highest grossing film of the year. It’s box office earnings are: $1.111 billion ! As many newspapers say, the director who was crucial to the successes of Homecoming and Far From Home, has only signed with Sony for two films, which are now done.

And now Sony refused to work with Marvel more because they don’t want to share money from such popular films. As usual in our world, our idols are just someone’s business. Our dreams are easy money.

Tom Holland, who played Spider Man for the last 5 years, gave an interview and answered what he thinks about this situation: “We’ve made five great movies,” he said. “It’s been five amazing years. I’ve had the time of my life. Who knows what the future holds? But all I know is that I’m going to continue playing Spider-Man and having the time of my life. It’s going to be so fun, however we choose to do it. The future for Spider-Man will be different, but it will be equally as awesome and amazing, and we’ll find new ways to make it even cooler.”

Fans opinion

Everyone knows that all this money wouldn’t belong to these companies, if Spider Man had no fans; sounds crazy, right? No fans, pfff. But the truth is, that Spider Man has one of the biggest fan bases in Marvel&Sony Universals. When people woke up and read information about the conflict, to be sure, they weren’t happy at all. Lots of them are making posts on twitter with #SaveSpiderManFromSony, but most of them do not understand the main problem. Disney demanded for 25% of income from the films, but before they got only 5%. I understand why Sony refused to work with Disney, but as fan, I can’t accept the fact that we will never see our lovely hero in cinema again. After we lost Iron Man, Black Widow, Gamora, Captain America…we don’t want to loose anyone else. These guys were a part of our childhood, of our habitual life.


Personally, I don’t think we lost him forever. Many people love Spider Man. Sony loves money; thinking logically we can guess that it’snot the end of a story. There are too much connections between Spider Man and Avengers. They cant’t just throw it all away. Maybe they will change an actor, maybe only producer, anyway do not give up! Our friendly neighbour will come again, as he has done two times before.


Michele, Italy

Nelson Mandela was born the 18th of July, in the 1918. He borned in a small village called Mvezo in South Africa. He studied Law at the University of the Witwatersrand in the 1943 and he was only black African student.

In the 1806 the British colonials starded a politicy of segregation towards the African peolple, to use them as slaves. In the 1910 the white people deserve all the political control.

The power exercised from white people to black people

It is imaginable, how the University experience was hard and full of racism acts towards him. Anyway in the 1950 he became the president of African National Congress Youth League (A.N.C.Y.L.). So he started to approach to the political things about his home country, and also about his people so he became an activist.

He takes part in protest, trying to return the rights to the African people, becoming an icon for the black people. This annoyed the powerful and also the U.S. govern, that`s why the C.I.A. helped the South Africa State to found him and to arrest him.

In 1962 he was arrested and charged with inciting workers` strikes and leaving the country without permission. He passed 27 years into 3 different jailhouse, without never giving up.

Madiba in prison

At the same time that he passed in prison, at home he had a big family waiting for him. He had 6 kids and 3 wifes.

Mandela`s family

In the 1990 he leaved the prison and giving all his self to the policy and to all his people, at the election of the 1994 he became the South African President. He was the first black president after a long time. He gave back the rights to the black people and he defeated the apartheid.

What I really admire about him is that he has managed to change a country without the use of violence.

Mandela while taking the oath