The 2016 US presidential election has seized my attention for the last few days mainly because of its significance in world politics AND the provocative speech of Mr Donald Trump. I don’t think he’s as senseless as to believe “illegal alien rapes and murders baby,” but he sure craves for an attention. As much as I hate to be impressed by his act, I couldn’t help but to be inspired by it on the good racism and the bad racism.
Continue reading “Requiem for a bigot”
A few days ago I was talking to my friend how I’m frustrated by not being able to amuse people in my native language. I’ve been more frequently questioning myself if I’m a boring person or if I don’t enjoy talking within a certain cultural code, i.e., Korean. Sometimes more than often I find myself struggling in talking to people not to mention finding them uninteresting. I don’t dislike the culture that I was brought in, in fact, I don’t have any preference in any type of culture that bounds one’s personality into social consistency.
Continue reading “Different language, different personality”
Poverty has multiple dimensions and it can be measured by many different ways other than just income. One of them is nutrition. The inequalities in nutrition may put the already poor into a poverty trap.
Continue reading “Goat for good”
Thousands have fled home in search of a safe place and food, due to a deterioration of security situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo(DRC). Some were hurt and others lost their family and friends.
Continue reading “THE STATELESS OF MIND”
Among many other reasons of chronic poverty in less and least developed countries, which issue would you point out first? I choose education. There are plenty of labour supply that doesn’t require education out there, but less human resources with higher education that can create even more jobs by stimulating growth.
Continue reading “More schools are not just enough”