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Tahira Akbar: France and Islamophobia – Macron’s crusade against Islam

14/11/2020

Written by Tahira AkbarEdited by Bhromor Rahman France vs IslamFrance has always had a bone to pick with Islam, since the Crusades, to the genocidal colonial war in Algeria, to the recent hijab and burka bans. Even though there is now a sizeable population …


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Huanan Liao: Illuminati CONFIRMED!

09/11/2020

Written by Huanan LiaoEdited by Daniel Yu The global contextSince COVID-19 first appeared in early January, it has been spreading across the globe and wreaking havoc in numerous communities unabated. Now the global pandemic has already claimed more than a million human lives, infected …


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Emma Westenberg: The COVID Globetrotter

07/11/2020

Written by Emma WestenbergEdited by Bhromor Rahman I miss flight attendants. Their spotless uniforms, relentless smile, and incredible performances during takeoff bring comfort to passengers of all nations. However, apple juice demand is lower these days, considering the pandemic. To my regret, it is …


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Fiona Tan: The Divided-States of America

03/11/2020

Written by Fiona TanEdited by Bhromor Rahman In a time when the country needs a sense of unity, a presidential election comes to divide it. American Republicans and Democrats alike are undergoing a polarization that has reached a boiling point with drastic consequences.  For …



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Gary Yang: America’s self induced mess in Iran

03/10/2020

Written by Gary YangEdited by Bhromor Rahman United-States to Impose New Sanctions on Iran (yet again…) Historical contextThe United-States has applied a series of economic, military, and scientific sanctions on Iran since the 1970s as a punishment for developing their own nuclear weapons and …



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Three ”Large” Numbers in China

06/07/2020

Written by Yitao SunEdited by Anson Yeh When mentioning China, the most commonly known fact is that it holds the position as the country with the largest population in the world. However, with this colossal reserve of people, naturally this results in China also …


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Meng Wanzhou for Michael (and Michael)

28/06/2020

Written by Dr.Anson Yeh Edited by Bhromor Rahman Our world is constantly striving to develop new technologies. The last two decades have seen a technological revolution at a speed unimaginable since the invention of the steam engine; in my short lifetime, I have witnessed …


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The Price of Privacy

27/06/2020

Written by Eric Yuan and Kevin Gu Edited by Anson Yeh With the never-ending advancements in our society since the industrial revolution, progress has been unidirectional with minimal sign of changing course. Innovation is synonymous with speed and efficiency. Humanity has grown to constantly …


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