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On races, cultures and friendship

On races, cultures and friendship

Hong Kong is largely a racially homogeneous society, as only about 8% of the population is non Chinese. Back home, I am in a privileged position as the majority. I do not need to tackle any racial issues. I am taken as who I am, and my skin color does not matter. In...

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Policing of Nuclear Weapons Proliferation is Failing Without The U.S and Russia

Bulletin of The Atomic Scientists, a 75-year-old magazine created by scientists directly involved in the Manhattan Project, a U.S research project in 1942-45 that produced the first atomic bombs. These scientists decided, after being overruled on their suggestion to not use these bombs on a civilian population, that there was value in an organization that informed the public on the state of modern science and what was needed to reduce man-made threats to our existence.

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2020 U.S. Presidential Election Analysis and Conversation

2020 U.S. Presidential Election Analysis and Conversation

Surrounding the much anticipated 2020 U.S. presidential election, the World Press Institute (WPI) offered a two-part webinar series on the subject. Part One In the first webinar, longtime journalist James Fallows of The Atlantic talked