Is Western Democracy at Its Tether?

Years ago, in my first year of university, I encountered the question: “Social sciences, primarily that of politics, is a science. Agree or disagree?) In light of recent events in the international arena of politics, I began reflecting back on that question. Before you read on, what would your response be, and why? As a... Continue Reading →

The Monetary Mistake

“Inherited fortunes are a misfortune that can only lead to sloth.” ~Alfred Nobel~ Money is volatile, it comes and goes, and even when it comes, it doesn’t necessarily lower the cost of living. In this generation, combined with growing up in a commercially competitive society, you soon learn that chasing money will get you nowhere.... Continue Reading →

Analysis on the Umbrella Revolution

What is the Umbrella Revolution? The Umbrella Revolution is a revolutionary protest organized by students, educators and civilians around Hong Kong to fight for democracy. The name was coined during the final weekend of September in response to the publically deemed “excessive force” exercised by the police when they launched tear gas at unarmed civilians.... Continue Reading →

WordPress.com.

Up ↑

%d bloggers like this: