WINTER EFFECT ON STUDENTS: AN EXPERIENCE CASE AT CENTRAL CHINA NORMAL UNIVERSITY IN WUHAN, HUBEI PROVINCE

Alhaji Bakar Kamara

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Winter is a cold season at CCNU-Wuhan, Hubei province in China. New students from warm countries do experience winter for the first time at CCNU. There is a deeper winter effect in the lives of new student in their dormitories. This paper explains a scenario of the researcher’s first experience winter season at CCNU, and the strategy outcome of the idea that developed through his struggle to overcome the winter impact in the dormitory room. The paper starts by giving a background of the condition of dormitory and the insight of the environment. It reveals some knowledge of the subject. It then continues to show strategies applied by the researcher to get warm in addition to the air conditioner excluding quick heat. The researcher used qualitative explanation to show the method of warming himself in the room, and later thought of converting the experience to an invention of making a FAN WARMER that is movable, portable, economical and safer. The paper then concludes by stating some recommendation. It is anticipated that, this idea will receive great attention to authorities of the university, technocrats, engineers and philosophers for the full implementation of the recommended project that will serve humanity at large.

 

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejes.v0i0.2289

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