Saving Pandas: How Our Values Lead to Discrimination

By Ho   Currently, we are in the largest extinction event in human history. Many species are under threat such as the pandas. While it is understandable that human activity on the environment has caused this crisis, funding that is consumed to extend this species is unjustified; perhaps, our bias towards pandas blind us to […]

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The Solution to Ending Plastic Waste

By Nolan Plastic is not the problem. You are. Sixty million plastic bottles are thrown in landfills each day. That amounts to approximately 300,000,000 tonnes every year. Nine million tons of plastic waste flows into the oceans every year from coastal regions. There is currently 150 Million tons of plastic in the oceans.  Wow. This […]

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Hate is Leading– And We Are Allowing it to

By Kelly   A governor who endorses Islamophobia should not be allowed in a position of influence and power.  Walls divide our countries and our people. They’re said to be designed to protect us from the “different”– but this is merely an excuse to display hatred. It’s been this way since the first human civilizations. […]

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Ugly Secrets of Beauty in Cosmetics

By WooJin                                                                               Hell. Hell is the cage where is locked animals up to wait to enter the laboratory. Hell is the world where the animal trapped in the dark forever after horrible experiments in cosmetics. In animal testing, usually there are rabbits, mice, hamster, guinea pigs. Limped eyes, lovely ears, soft hairs, cute and […]

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Can we really bike in KL?

By YeJun   We all heard it: CO2 emissions are hitting the top over the last 50 years.  We need to reduce air pollution by using greener transportation.  We are all tired of the babbles and chatter of the so called intellectuals and their ongoing commands of ‘do this, do that’ that some people are […]

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Designer Baby: Monstrous Disaster

By Ji Soo   The tragedy of Frankenstein could be a reality Obsessed with the desire to discover the secret of life, Victor Frankenstein studies natural philosophy and chemistry. He pours his prodigious effort and time in his research to create a life. The fruit of his feverish desire is the Monster.  For nearly three […]

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Pause The A.I. Train: We need to discuss how to regulate A.I. now

By Hyun Seo   “Big Brother is watching you.”    Big Brother is a dictator in George Orwell’s dystopian novel “1984” that has total surveillance and control over people. This slogan is becoming a reality, but Big Brother isn’t a person. Big Brother is artificial intelligence, which, due to the lack of regulations concerning usage, is […]

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Reuse and Reduce…THEN Recycle.

By JC   Humans dump 2.12 billion tons of waste annually. If all of this waste are to travel around the globe, they would go around the Earth 24 times. The 3Rs — Reduce, Reuse, Recycle is a sequential method to get the global community to contribute for a significant reduce in the number of […]

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Greed, Not Need

By Eunice   It is abundantly clear that signs of the effects have started to be felt now. If we don’t drive to create a change in our community, matters will get worse. It’s likely that the words “climate change” have been heard at least once in your local news television report, giving updates on […]

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