Is Grammar Actually Important?

As a former educator, I often ponder why the concept of "grammar" has become one of those slightly less debated grey-areas. While I do understand that grammar can be subjective in the sense that different types of English use different types of syntax, it does breed the question "how far is too far" in terms... Continue Reading →

Colonialism in The Mask of Globalisation

In this era, colonialism is understood as a historical paradigm, almost non-existent today. Or is it? By definition, colonialism is the the increase, imposition and support of one country (predominantly Western - in history) that influences culture and language. Globalisation, however, is defined as having the spread and assimilation of combined cultures and languages. By these definitions, colonialism may not be... Continue Reading →

Being Human

We tell ourselves a lie and ignore every truth contradicting it. ~Lloyd Lowry~ * side note: This is a continuation of my previous blog - Becoming Human and Society The whole idea and habit (culture) of not asking for help on the premise that everyone around is too busy to make time, handle or even... Continue Reading →

National Day at The Umbrella Revolution

Spent the afternoon walking around the Hong Kong Island scene today. Here are some highlights of what the Internet can't really show you. Parts of the protest you simply have to be there to experience. The atmosphere was peaceful and calm, quite surreal in the sense that there was so much energy and passion, yet... Continue Reading →

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