On January 27 in Seoul new elementary school students took a look at the classrooms they’ll be in for the new academic year.
By Veronica Boix Mansilla The new decade is in. We are pleased to see new periodicals pile up on top of our holiday magazines announcing lists of 2009 “Top Ten” images, people, ideas, and gadgets. Yet there is one “Top” selection worth revisiting and celebrating: Foreign Policy’s (FP) first special issue
This article tells you how (hint: be willing to break the law, like this other star teacher). When we went to language hagwon R in Gangnam on January 25 the atmosphere was hushed. Three employees were at the counter, and when asked about SAT classes they replied there were currently
Original article. This translation comes from reader Christina Murphy. On the evening of December 3 police arrested a pair of drunken work colleagues from Seoul Metropolitan office. In a local drinking place, the pair, 50-year-old Mr Lim and 50-year-old Ms Goh, were drinking together when an argument started between them.
“There are quantities of human faces, but there are many more faces, for each person has several.” Ranier Maria Rilke I once substituted as lecturer for a Classics course in a Chinese Ivy League school. The beloved Harvard educated Chinese professor could not teach that term because of medical
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