Democratic Republic of the CongoHuge Ebola Virus Outbreak On October 25th, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that the number of the Ebola-infected has officially reached over 10,000 worldwide. The Ebola hemorrhagic fever is one of the most terrifying diseases connecte
In the past, few people were interested in finding delicious restaurants for enjoyment. They mostly ate food that was easy to get or convenient to make. However, people these days look for famous restaurants and eat new kinds of food. Whenever we search for tasty food on SNSs, there are many posting
Looking around Sookmyung, there are many foreign students and teachers on the campus. Sometimes they ask Sookmyungians how to find a classroom or campus facility. These foreign people are generally exchange students from overseas. Similar to Sookmyungians studying overseas in other countries on an e
CHINAConflict Leads to Failure of Antismoking Policy Contrary to many countries that are trying hard to reduce the smoking rates, China is having problems between the central government and the local government. China has intensified the antismoking policy in order to get rid of
THE UNITED KINGDOMJust Call 999 when You Need Help The UK has professional agents who receive the reports and deliver them to the police, fire department, or other emergency service departments rather than judging which department would best satisfy the needs of the reporter. 99
When you hear the word 'tattoo,' how do you feel? Some might get a little scared because a tattoo was once only done by gang members. However, these days we can see many kinds of tattoos on people in the streets naturally. Also, there are street stalls that do henna for university students,
Late in the afternoon, many classrooms are noisy with a lot of students. High school students and undergraduates mix together in one room. They are surrounded with books and consulting sheets on desks. These groups of students meet several times for mentoring programs. Undergraduates visit high scho
FRANCEDon’t Forget the Spirit of the French Revolution “We've been too concerned about identity of new arrivals, not enough about identity of country receiving them“ is a quote by the first French president of immigrant background, Nicolas Sarkozy. As the quote indicates, Fr
NETHERLANDSTwo Consecutive Days forRemembering Victims In the Netherlands, May 4th is the Dutch National Remembrance Day. The day is reserved for the victims who died in war, peace operations, and a variety of other military conflicts. People fly the flag at half-mast and hold m
Submersion of the Sewol ferry has put all citizens into great depression. Since there were so many students on the ferry, most people feel regretful even now. Looking at the disgraceful accident, the cause lies on frigidity towards safety. Most people are unaware of small safety regulations in every
HONG KONGOccupied by Two Countries, England and China At first, Hong Kong was part of China. It was one of China's islands. However, Hong Kong was occupied by very few residents because the land was desolate, except near the ocean. Hong Kong was used as a trading port. The a
“A 22-year-old Korean female college student was killed in Australia during a working holiday. One month later, a 28-year-old Korean man was also killed in Brisbane while he was studying abroad during his working holiday.”1 These news stories are reported frequently, especially during university vac
EUROPENo Difference in Europe Recently the highly reputable medical journal The Lancet published the findings of the largest European study ever performed on the health eff ect of fine dust. The research, involving 367,251 Europeans in 13 countries, revealed that the health effe
Every season, most young adults in their twenties are busy planning a backpack trip. Traveling to another country can be exciting, but traveling domestically can also be interesting. Distinctive local areas such as Suncheon, Busan, and Jeonju are quite unique. In order to promote domestic travel among young adults, the railroad company started Rail-ro. It offers exclusive train tickets for young adults, recommends accommodation facilities, and introduces travel routes. Rail-ro seems to offer a lot of benefits, but there are disadvantages. Why does the system not substantially help youth in their twenties travel around Korea?
One university student decided designed an on-line service with little up front capital that would allowhis 2003 alma mater yearbook to be shared amongst friends. Even though he was a typical universitystudent, he had the Midas Touch merely with creativity and the spirit to challenge. In 2007, he faced a classactionlaw suit, which had serious repercussions. However, he sagaciously overcame hardship, and he soonbecame one of Times magazine’s Person of the Year. Can you guess who it is? It’s Mark Zuckerberg, CEO ofthe Social Network Service, Facebook. Also recently, in Korea, “Creative Economy” has become hot topic;thus, vitalization of the young’s startup became a government authorization subject. Then, are we keepingon top of the schedule for cultivating junior Zuckerberg?
Imagine yourself exiting the subway station to meet your friend. Suddenly you notice it is raining and realize you don’t have an umbrella. As you walk to the nearby convenient store to buy an umbrella, you see ‘Umbrella Rental’ and directions to an office. Excitedly, you ask the staff employee for an umbrella. However, the individual responses with “Sorry, we’re all out. ” You look at the umbrella stand that should contain umbrellas. It is empty. You might wonder, “What had happened to all the umbrellas?” Unfortunately, a majority of them were likely lost by those who borrowed one and some might have just never been returned. Although the umbrellas are public property, people do not seem to care. Do the empty ‘Conscience’ umbrella stands mean that people are losing their conscience?