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Embryonic personhood in Korea

By declaring that a couple could sue a hospital for wrongful death for accidentally destroying their frozen embryos, the Alabama Supreme Court defined...

21.03.2024 10

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Go to hell, Carolina

By Jason Lim   As a Duke University alum, I am no stranger to the emotions that accompany a sports rivalry. So, it hurt when Duke lost to the...

12.02.2024 20

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To Insure Promptitude (T.I.P.)

By Jason Lim   Apparently, English coffeehouses in the 18th century set out urns labeled “To Insure Promptitude.” Shortened, it spelled,...

15.01.2024 20

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BTS and the great equalizer

By Jason Lim   Today’s world is all about differentiation. This is the most natural and basic instinct that we carry as human beings as social...

31.12.2023 10

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Jason Lim

BTS and the great equalizer

By Jason Lim   Today’s world is all about differentiation. This is the most natural and basic instinct that we carry as human beings as social...

28.12.2023 20

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The $700 million transcendent man

By Jason Lim   The most exciting sports moment of 2023 has to be the final out at the World Baseball Classic when Shohei Ohtani struck out his...

17.12.2023 20

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Why is it so hard to be thankful?

By Jason Lim   This is Thanksgiving week. No matter how it may have come about, with pilgrims, American Indians and turkeys and all, it has...

23.11.2023 20

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Race change to another (RCTA)

By Jason Lim   I recently read a fascinating NBC news article titled, “Inside the online world of people who think they can change their...

12.11.2023 20

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How did the Koreans and Jews endure?

By Jason Lim   It’s impossible to not feel affected by the current conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, with photos of innocent men,...

31.10.2023 10

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Jason Lim

How did the Koreans and Jews endure?

By Jason Lim   It’s impossible to not feel affected by the current conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, with photos of innocent men,...

26.10.2023 10

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'Turtle necking' at war through social media

  By Jason Lim I hate rubbernecking when others do it, especially if it blocks traffic, but I can’t help myself when I come across an accident....

12.10.2023 10

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Korean-style parent diplomacy is killing teachers

  By Jason Lim Over the summer, my 11-year-old boy visited his grandparents in Seoul, where his slightly older cousin lived. Although his cousin,...

30.09.2023 6

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Korean-style parent diplomacy is killing teachers

  By Jason Lim Over the summer, my 11-year-old boy visited his grandparents in Seoul, where his slightly older cousin lived. Although his cousin,...

26.09.2023 40

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Korea's fabulous, atomized society

By Jason Lim I recently stayed in a hotel near Dongdaemun, which brought into better focus the contradiction that is modern Korea than if I had...

14.09.2023 30

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