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How to make sense of “crazy” Donald Trump? Try comedy

Ever since Donald Trump was elected in 2016, his bizarre antics have been a constant source of confusion and bewilderment around the world. In fact early in his presidency, a book by 27 psychologists and psychiatrists was published to make … Continue reading

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The Death of the American Dream?

I was deeply moved by a quote from this New York Times commentary. Referring to the recent mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, Dario Aguirre, a Mexican-American lawyer, said, “At least for Latinos, in some way, it’s the death of … Continue reading

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To those starting JC life in today’s Singapore

[Writer’s note: While this article is addressed specifically to Singapore-based students, it may hold some truth for students in many other places as well.] Dear young friend, I’m writing this to share some thoughts that I used to convey to … Continue reading

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Hitting back at China’s ‘economic and information warfare’: Steve Bannon explains

In recent times, the US government led by President Donald Trump has confronted China on the issue of trade with a hostility that is unprecedented in modern times. Accusing China of stealing US technology and unfair trade practices, Trump has … Continue reading

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Then they came for Peppa Pig

By Josh Rogin Columnist, The Washington Post May 3, 2018 Most Americans have never heard of Peppa Pig, the cartoon star of a British television show for preschoolers, which Chinese censors started purging from Internet apps and Chinese social media … Continue reading

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A difficult topic, but a moral responsibility for parents

Dear parents, Many of us don’t talk to our kids about sex because we’re afraid that it will encourage them to experiment. Actually studies show the opposite – adolescents who are the best informed about sexuality are the most likely … Continue reading

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Take breaks while you study

Dear students, As you head towards those stressful final exams, you might feel compelled to lock yourself in your bedroom from 8 am to 10 pm and stare at your textbooks for 4 hours at a time. That is not … Continue reading

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