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Some say HK university campuses need more ethnic representation - but they mean European students; this narrow view of diversity is ignorant at best and bigoted at worst.
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Legislation is needed to responsibly manage increasing seafood consumption around the world.
Last year was fraught with political, environmental, and social change. Issues such as the LGBT movement, US gun laws, female reproductive rights, and climate change came into the international spotlight.
Only real action, not empty words of solidarity, can help make New Zealand a better place for minorities
Emergency information could be circulated quickly via text, TV and radio in our tech-savvy city.
The online act of ‘getting rid’ of people can be problematic because it causes a herd mentality where rational thinking takes a back seat.
Writer and lecturer Marie Myung-Ok Lee reflects on last week’s US college admissions scandal, and her own university experience.
It’s not just the obviously fake news pushed by the US government that we need to look out for when we read about world events.
Described by US economist Richard Wolff as “phoney and costly” posturing by a politician and a “made-for-TV spectacle”, US President Donald Trump’s trade war with China has turned out worse than Fergie’s last album.
Both governments and individuals worldwide should be prepared for the ‘robotic revolution’ which could become a reality soon.

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