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Hong Kong is a largely 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...
Women’s reproductive rights have been discussed all across the nation since Politico published an initial draft indicating that the U.S. Supreme Court intends to strike down Roe v. Wade. The 1973 landmark decision that established a constitutional right to abortion...
If the essence of the doomsday clock is to provoke conversation, we must have these conversations, before it is too late and novelty becomes a disaster.
What then is midnight, it is the end of humanity as we know it. Period.
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.
Image: 2017 WPI class at Google Headquarters in Mountain View, California After a year and a half hiatus, the World Press Institute (WPI) will resume its annual journalism fellowship program and has chosen 9 journalists from Argentina,