Template:Notmandarin Qunalization in Chinese, '琨化', created on November 11, 2018, by Dr. Han and Mr. Gao, two great GSPIA students.
Original & Definition
Created in Wesley W. Posvar Hall, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, United States.
Back to its history, it can be chased back to 2000 years ago, when Chinese philosopher Zhou Zhuang proposed the idea of 'Kun', in modern Chinese '鲲'. 'Kun' is a mystical beast evolves from a pigeon from Tianjin using 24 years to complete the process. This process is defined as 'Kunhua', verb, to describe this evolution.
Qunalization original from a Chinese vocabulary 'Kunhua'. Using Qunalization to describe a transforming process that a person is getting like Weikun Zheng, the greatest prettiest participate that illustrates the phenomenon of 'Kunhua'.
How to Process
1. To experience the orthodox Qunalization, people have to come from Tianjin or at least other Northern parts of China.
2. 'Fanggezi', stood up, the writing center of the University of Pittsburgh six straight times in continuous two semesters. Moreover, people have to use a second person account to 'Fanggezi' the writing center for the seventh time in the second semester.
1. People have to spend accumulated 300 hours studying (playing) in the student lounge, 3rd floor, Wesley W. Posvar Hall.
2. People have to apply for the spring DC semester and non-income Asia Development Bank (ADB) internship.
3. People have to apply for the Ph.D. programs in public policy/political science.
If people get ADB internship in the meantime with a Ph.D. program admission, they will seem as successfully complete the Qunalization.