I have keen interest in bake whose procedure, seemingly like that of law and accounting, is supposed to formulate a strict control of the process, steps, the quantity, etc. We may also harvest food even when we put a little more flour, egg, or milk, but it can never be the most delicious because even a slight add of such ingredients can almost result in the failure of the whole precess. Thus one should be very cautious about the bake procedure, so does the law and accounting.
During middle school, as a science student, I am extraordinarily interested in mathematics. And later I found myself enthusiastic about accounting after I chose the accounting course and the accounting law. Then I chose forensic accounting and forensic accounting practice which attracted more of my attention than before. Law and accounting is mysterious like clearing up a case in detective fictions or films. Law stands for fairness and justice in modern China, and Chinese people are now growing more and more aware of the importance of law in regulating a harmonious country. Also more and more people are committed to work for a legal society, and I am eager to be one of them. Chinese said that China has welcomed its spring of governing by law after the appointment of chairman Xi Jinping, and I am looking forward to add a ray of my brilliance to the splendid spring of legal society. Therefore, I am more than delightful when I found that LSE offers a master program in law and accounting.
In my college study, I have ever studied the accounting, accounting for lawyers, practice for forensic accounting and financial management in which I achieved high grades as more than ninety scores. Due to my study of science in middle school, I could not master the study method of liberal arts as good as others, but thanked to my diligence and unremitting endeavor, I made a great progress and won a scholarship in the third year. In addition, once I was assigned as an exchange student to study e-commerce and international business in California State University--Long Beach for a period of time, during which I fell in love with the teaching methods there and gradually accustomed myself to the teaching in English.
When it comes to my project or working experiences corresponding to the program I want to apply for, I figure out three relative events I have participated in. The first was my participation in the study of “the survey and analysis of the ‘three public expenses’ respectively in 2010 and 2011 in the national ministries and commissions” conducted by forensic accounting research center of China University of Politics and Law, where we collected as much data as possible and analyzed them horizontally and vertically. What impressed me most was our successful team cooperation without which we could hardly complete the project study in such a rapid speed. The second was my research of “ the portrait of Chinese corrupt officials: the statistics and analysis of the feature index of Chinese corrupt officials” whose most challengeable point was the collection of data for the limited collecting channels. I tried my best to search for statistics via websites and finally overcame such a big obstacle. Last, I have ever completed a labor arbitration case in which I endeavored to obtain 5000 yuan for a labor who did not sign a labor contract. The above-mentioned cases did help me accumulate experience in this field, but I realize the urgent needs for further knowledge in this field.
As an affectionate person, I occupy strong team spirit and service spirit. I experienced many times of volunteer activities: supporting the education in rural areas, being guide of the art gallery, being the volunteer of the international conference on long walk, and the volunteer of 60th anniversary of the founding of my university. I won praise and recognition from my teachers as well as from my classmates. With a cautious attitude and a strong sense of planning and time, I always acted as a planner or coordinator in team cooperation. When operating on a project, I would first communicate and negotiate with our team members before we made an important decision; when we occurred to have different ideas, I coordinated to solve the disputes and determined the trade-offs.
LSE is a well-known university around the world and its arrangement of law and accounting program attracts me deeply. I favor the combination of two majors because I can acquire further knowledge there. I want to apply law and accounting feasibly to actual life where I can shoulder some social responsibility and become a person of accomplishment. China is now in great needs of such comprehensive talents, and I hope my choice will make some difference to my motherland.
To whom it may concern:
I am a lecturer of Department of Information Engineering, China University of Geosciences (Beijing), and I have ever taught Luo Lei in the class of Remote Sensing Image Processing, Remote Sensing Introduction, City Planning. Based on his excellent performance at the university, I am honored and willing to recommend Luo Lei to study in your master program in the department of geography, Ohio State University.
Luo Lei was an active learner. I first met him in the first semester of his second college year when most of the major courses had not been offered to students, but he wanted to study by himself in advance, so he came to my office to ask me to give him some advice about how to achieve better in study and help him install software which he would need for future study. There were many software needed to be installed, including ArcGIS series, ENVI, ERDAS, Matlab and so forth, and none of them was easy to deal with. In order to install all of them, Luo Lei visited me in my office five times. He had a tight schedule and sacrificed his lunch or dinner time to install them so as not to take up my personal time. During those days, he also asked me to recommend some books and learning materials that would be helpful for his future study.
Luo Lei was strong enough to overcome difficulties in academic fields. He always tried his best to deal with obstacles in the process of finishing assignment. When I taught him the course of Remote Sensing Image Processing, I gave him a task to classify different land use in Tongliang County, Chongqing City. In the process, Luo Lei met many difficulties: one of which was the hazed images. He first went to the website of University of Maryland to try to download some non-haze data, however, these data are either too out of date to reflect the current situation of Chongqing or covered by even larger areas of haze, mainly because there are many rivers in the region and the humidity is heavy. In a word, he didn’t make it in this way. Then he tried another way. He googled a ‘haze tool’ and downloaded a nearly 20 pages instruction PDF about how to use this tool to get rid of haze. To his disappointment, the overall color of the image totally changed after using this tool, so he failed again. Finally, he knew from some papers that certain band combination is not affected by haze, and then he knew that it is because the wave length of certain bands is greater than the diameter of haze molecules. Later he learned Optimum Index Factor technique (OIF) could be used to determine the best band combination, so he finally get rid of the nightmare of haze.
And he wrote a paper about what he had done in this assignment which was latter published in a journal named KeHai GuShi BoLan. By the way, Luo Lei had two other papers published in Information & Communications and Huazhang respectively: one was “Vegetation Dynamic Monitoring: A Case Study in Yanqing, Huairou, Miyun District, Beijing City”, the other was “Study on Geographical Change of the Economic Center of Beijing Basing on Landsat TM Data”.
When Luo Lei told me that he’d like to study abroad after graduation, I totally agree. I have seen the differences between the information engineering field in China and that in developed countries. So I totally support Luo Lei to study abroad.
I believe Luo Lei, as a top student with strong abilities in learning, agile thinking and diligent character, will make brilliant records in future studies and becomes an excellent researcher, I strongly recommend him and I will appreciate if you take his application into serious consideration. If you want to know more information about Luo Lei , please contact me at any time.
Lecturer of Department of Information Engineering, China University of Geosciences (Beijing)
Dear Sir/ madam,
In the capacity of a doctor in civil and commercial law, a deputy director of the civil law institute in the China University of Politics and Law, and the head teacher of Ms. Xu Ziao, I am writing to recommend her, one of my favourite students, to be admitted to your master’s program of Marketing.
I got to know Ms. Xu Ziao personally the year when I was appointed as her head teacher who had to pay close attention to students’ study as well as daily life. While in class, Ms. Xu maintained a good fellowship with all her classmates all the time and she was willing to give a hand to others who needed help. Studying with conscientiousness, Ms. Xu often came up with creative ideas. Unlike some other students, she studied not to just pass the exams but to really improve her knowledge and expertise. She stands out among her fellow classmates with an unmistakable thirst for genuine understanding of her own subjects. That has won her appreciation from not just me but my colleagues as well. But she did do well in exams too. In the final exam of last semester, she got high scores in her courses.
Apart from her strong talent in study, Ms. Xu was an affectionate person too. She participated in warm-giving activities such as supporting the education in rural areas, being guide of the art gallery, being the volunteer of the international conference on long walk, and the volunteer of 60th anniversary of the founding of my university. In these events, she delivered love and care to people and was rewarded with compliment and heartful gratitude from them. I was also moved by her affectionate actions.
Moreover, Ms. Xu demonstrated her potential as a researcher in a research program in which she performed excellently. In the national innovation project “China's Demographic Dividend and the Family Planning Policy--the Investigation of Single Family”, Ms. Xu demonstrated her strong team spirit and her close attention to the contemporary society. As the project progressed, her comprehensive ability in project planning as well as project research impressed me greatly.
Also I’d like to mention that Ms. Xu is good at communicating in both oral and written English. Some of her most important undergraduate courses were taught by American professors, many of whom considered her oral English as native and her written English as standard. I am sure that she has since improved her English even better in her professional life. So I believe she will be able to accustom study and life abroad very fast.
Finally, to my knowledge of Mr. Xu, I firmly believe she should make an outstanding student in graduate studies. If you accept her, you will find that her drive and sense of purpose very contagious among the students. In view of all that I know of her, I strongly recommend her. If you want to know more about her, please don't hesitate to contact with me.
Professor and Deputy Director of the Research Institute of Fiscal Taxation and Finance Law of the College of Civil, Commercial and Economic Law, China University of Political Science and Law
Name: Xinyu Wang
Date of Birth: 03/07/1988
Telephone: +86-13761874262, +86-21-66130285
Address: Room 103, Building X1, No.99, Shangda Rd., Shanghai University, Baoshan District, Shanghai, 200444, P. R. China
Citizenship: People’s Republic of China
M.S in Environmental Engineering
Proposed term of Entrance: Fall, 2010
Bachelor of Environmental Engineering
School of Environmental Chemical Engineering, Shanghai University, expected 2010
General GPA: 3.49
Core Courses: Calculus, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Principles of Chemical Engineering, Environmental Microbiology, Water Pollution Control Engineering, Probability and Statistics, Engineering Mechanics, Environmental Management, Environmental Monitoring, Environmental Impact Analysis, Environmental Ecology
•Top-class scholarship, Shanghai University Nov. 2009
•Top-class scholarship, Shanghai University Nov. 2008
•First Prize of the “Contests on Ozone-layer Knowledge” Oct. 2008
•“Excellent Student”, Shanghai University Sep. 2008
•First-class scholarship, Shanghai University Oct. 2007
RECORDS OF STANDARD TESTS
Aug 2, 2009
Jun 6, 2009
Waste water treatment, Microbiology
Winter Intern, Shanghai ODS (Ozone Depleting Substances) Office Jan. 2009 – Feb. 2009
•Assisted with document copy and input
•Reviewed and collated the qualification of filed and signed contracts
•Managed phone calls with local enterprises and factories
Summer Intern, Shanghai Environmental Monitoring Center Jun. 2009 - Aug. 2009
•Assisted in water sample analysis
•Conducted toxicity tests
•Helped arrange official files
•Participated in on-site sampling
SOCIAL EXPERIENCES & MEMBERSHIPS
Sep. 2006—Oct. 2007
Culture and Arts Department, Student Council
Backstage management for Shows
Jun. 2007—Jul. 2007
Social Fieldtrip--Visit “Left-behind children” in rural areas in Sichuan
This was rated as one of the best social work project in Shanghai
Dec. 2007—Oct. 2008
Department Director, Environmental Protection Community
In charge of website news, financial management, organized events such as “Care for Animals”
Volunteer teaching in earthquake affected Mao Xian, Sichuan
Participated in Contests on Ozone-layer Knowledge organized by Shanghai Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau and received the first prize
Research Assistant, Department of Environmental Engineering, Shanghai University
Treated solid-waste landfill leachate by synthesizing LDH (layered-double-hydroxide)
Natural Science, Music, Dancing, Swimming, Photography, Outdoor Adventures