Monthly Archives: October 2014

The long, tangled roots of the Michael Brown shooting

This article gave me a deeper understanding of the race riots that ignited in the town of Ferguson, Missouri over the shooting of African-American teenager Michael Brown earlier this year. Of course the United States has made immense progress in social … Continue reading

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Fighting the Singaporean obsession with degrees

One of the most interesting regular features in the Straits Times is the Supper Club interview. It’s published every Saturday in the section titled ‘Saturday’ (Part D), filled with features and commentaries that touch on the most pertinent issues of … Continue reading

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