He comes from the city called Harbin.
In this commercial for Trojan condoms which was banned for good reason, it seems a young woman tests her boyfriend by convincing her sister to try seducing him. She only thinks he passes the test; the commercial seems to have been based on the first entry under "Jokes" below.
Anime and Manga Naruto: There's one of these during the first part of the Chuunin exam. An extremely difficult written exam is given. Before the final and supposedly most difficult question is revealed, the contestants are given a chance to quit the exam.
Anyone who gets it right passes by default. Get it wrong, and you fail and can never take the test again, effectively stonewalling your ninja career. If you quit, however, your whole squad fails but may try the test again next year. Many forfeit and leave, but the protagonist stays even though he couldn't answer even one of the other questions.
It turns out that not giving up along with putting your team's interest before your own is the Aesopand everyone who didn't walk out passes. The aim of the exercise was to weed out those who would betray their teammates for their personal interests, or cave to pressure from their enemies.
In the Tea Country arc, we learn that Idate Morino the brother of the proctor for the exam Naruto took once took a different version: In that case, everyone who stayed failed, because the inherent Aesop was to not sacrifice a teammate for personal gain. The bell test given by Kakashi. Kakashi has two bells and claims that only those with a bell will pass the test there are always three people attempting.
Coruscant's surface as seen from orbit. Coruscant was known to have the tallest buildings in the Galaxy. Coruscanti skyscrapers dwarfed all the original natural features, including mountains, as well as floors of oceans which once covered a large portion of Coruscant's surface. "Saboteur" is a short story written by Ha Jin.   It was first published in The Antioch Review in , selected for edition of The Best American Short Stories anthology series, and included in the short story collection The plombier-nemours.comn: Saboteur Ha Jin Conflicts. English 24 October, Literary Analysis on “Saboteur”by Ha Jin If you ever wanted to get revenge on people who have wronged you, then you may be able to relate to Mr. Chiu, the main character in the short story “Saboteur” by Ha Jin. Mr.
This would naturally prompt people to attempt to grab the bells by themselves, allowing Kakashi to easily defeat them in a one-on-one fight.
The actual test is to see who would propose to the others that they all work together to get the bells for the good of all. If they are willing to put the welfare of their team ahead of their leader's rules i. Kakashi states that as low as ninjas who do not follow the rules are, those who do not support their comrades are even lower.
It's worth noting that Kakashi is at that point notorious for rejecting every prospective team of Genin in the past. Naruto, Sasuke, and Sakura are the only students who ever passed his test.
When a team led by the Second Hokage Tobirama Senju was pinned down by enemies, he determined the only way any of them would escape was if one member stayed behind to delay them. He asked his subordinates for a volunteer, with Hiruzen Sarutobi immediately stepping forward. Tobirama refused having planned to sacrifice himself all along.
The question was a final test to see which of his pupils would become Hokage after his death and Hiruzen passed. The one planned by Rasa, the Fourth Kazekage, for his youngest child Gaara failed miserably. Rasa wanted to test his six year old son's ability to control the Tailed Beast inside him.
How to go about it? Order the boy's uncle, his caretaker and only person in the world he really has, to assassinate him and tell him that his mother who died giving birth to Gaara never loved him.
Presumably the idea was that if Gaara could keep control after all that then all was well. Instead it just drove Gaara over the edge, something he wouldn't recover from until after Rasa's death six years later. When Taiga meets Rendou Niigaki for training to improve his skills with the M0 Plate, Rendou tells him to gather mushrooms from around the island for a potion.
The truth is that he does not expect Taiga to find a single mushroom since they are out of season and is actually testing if Taiga has the commitment needed for the training. Ouran High School Host Club: In middle school, whenever either one of the identical twins Hikaru and Kaoru got a love letter from a classmate, the one it was intended for would meet with her, pretend to be the other twin claiming she "put the letter in the wrong desk"and say that his brother the intended target wasn't interested but he could go out with her instead.
When the girl inevitably agreed to this, it proved she not only didn't know the twins well enough to see their individual personalities, but in fact saw them as completely interchangeable; and they both rejected her.
The manga expands a bit on this, making it clear that it wasn't just prospective dates: Because the twins weren't really sure they wanted to have any friends, and weren't sure what they wanted in a friend, they switched places, misintroduced themselves to new people, tried to copy each other's personalities, and lied about whether somebody had correctly identified them, all the while demanding that complete strangers know them as well as they knew each other.
Tamaki's utter insistence that he was their friend regardless of how inadequate they evaluated him as, coupled with growing maturity, wore them down enough that when Haruhi came along with the actual ability to easily tell them apart they were able to accept it without trying to break her down.
By the series' start the "guess who is who" routine had become a slightly mocking game with clients rather than a vicious rejection of the rest of the world.
Yusuke's mentor Genkai tells him that the only way he can master her ultimate technique, which he absolutely needs to do if he wants to survive the coming battles, is by killing her.
Yusuke spends some time agonizing about it, then tells Genkai that he can't do it. It turns out he did exactly the correct thing, because by refusing to kill her he proved that he was a moral person and by not rejecting her request immediately proved he wasn't so mentally weak that he wouldn't at least consider that it might be necessary.
Also appears during an earlier episode of the series, when Yusuke is a ghost.Coruscant's surface as seen from orbit. Coruscant was known to have the tallest buildings in the Galaxy.
Coruscanti skyscrapers dwarfed all the original natural features, including mountains, as well as floors of oceans which once covered a large portion of Coruscant's surface. Saboteur by Ha Jin M r. Chiu and his bride were having lunch in the square before Muji Train Station.
On the table between them were two bottles of. Feb 18, · The conflict of pride in the short story “Saboteur” Posted on February 18, by bdyer When I first started reading this story, I started to sympathize with the main character Mr.
Chiu after he was wrongly arrested by the train station police officers. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Saboteur by Ha Jin M r. Chiu and his bride were having lunch in the square before Muji Train Station.
On the table between them were two bottles of soda spewing out brown foam, and two paper boxes of rice and sauteed cucumber and pork. "Let's eat," he said to her, and broke the.
“Saboteur” by Ha Jin takes place immediately following the end of the Chinese Cultural Revolution. The setting is the fictitious city of Muji City. The tone of the story is harsh, brutal.