Cambodian students in a former Khmer Rouge stronghold were issued a textbook Monday that for the first time teaches the atrocities of the past, a little more than a decade after government forces captured the movement’s last bastion. Some 1,000 copies of, “A History of Democratic Kampuchea,” were handed out
Pratibha Varma-Nelson, 59, a chemistry professor and executive director of the Center for Teaching & Learning at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), grew up in a middle-class family in Pune, India. After high school, Varma-Nelson enrolled at Wadia College at the University of Pune. She received the highest grade in
Students of communication, media and journalism should properly contextualize the unabated media killings in the Philippines. While they should know the facts surrounding the murder of three journalists on June 14, 15 and 19, they should also make sense of the statistics regarding media killings from 1986 to the present.
A group of Taiwanese scholars urged Foxconn Technology Group to end a rigid and “inhumane” management style at its mammoth factory compound in southern China. Their petition follows a recent string of suicides at the Shenzhen facility, which employs and houses more than 300,000 people, many from impoverished backgrounds in
I have it on good authority that the place at one of my local public schools formerly known as the Detention Room has been renamed the Reflection Room. I wonder if we would even need a Reflection Room if the teachers were allowed to administer some good old Rattan Counselling?
China, Hong Kong stocks in freefall; more companies suspend trading
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Reactor in Japan being loaded with nuke fuel before restart
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World’s oldest man dies in Japan at the age of 112
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