Author Archives: aquazorcarson

About aquazorcarson

math PhD at Stanford, studying probability

Amazing breakthrough in theory of computation

I learned from a colleague at JD.com that a professor Huang Hao from Emory math department made breakthrough just weeks ago in the following conjecture of Gotsman and Linial: Given any induced subgraph of the hypercube graph , with , … Continue reading

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Click a form button to open a new tab in flask

Unfortunately online support for flask is somewhat limited. It is not treated as a mature web programming language. But I use it mainly for internal demo purpose, and it simplifies things tremendously. The trick is often that a technique is … Continue reading

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Healthy meal for muscle

Today I want to share some new revelation about cooking. After joining the Chinese e-commerce company for half a year, I have consumed some 200 odd lunch boxes in the Chinese street style, not to mention the extra ones I … Continue reading

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poetry

火 离离山火燎加北, 风烟南下半岛衰。 今朝喜得及时雨, 感恩难忘异乡泪。

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on financial security

Recently I have moved out of google inc and joined jd.com. This afforded me some precious opportunity to experience both oriental and occidental cultures in depths. One thing I started thinking about is which side is the future of humanity. … Continue reading

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What can life do to me now?

I am pretty pissed by life these days. Just bought an expensive house for no good reason, only to realize there are several major problems with the new home. Now I am locked up for the next 30 years with … Continue reading

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Annotated pro-China articles I have been reading on Quora over the past year

These are in no way chronological, and if anything start from the more recent. Caveat: Quora tends to promote lots of pro-China articles simply because It is not banned in mainland China. most Chinese mainlanders are pro-PRC, because (take it … Continue reading

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