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Research shows that valedictorians (GPA > 3.6) could easily find high-paid jobs after graduation, but seldom would they change or impact the society. A study on other intellectuals who are eager to learn, however, shows that they often struggle in high schools, and found schooling stifling. Reasons being our school system encourages conformity and obedience. Is that the case for you? … See MoreSee Less
Wondering what happened to your class valedictorian? This is what research shows. money.us/2rhVVNm
🇰🇵【North Korea Programme: The Prospect of a Peaceful Pennisula】 Date: 5 – 10 March (HKU Reading Week) Details & Registration: bit.ly/HKURW2018S
The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics is about to open, athletes of two Koreas not only will march under the same flag at the opening ceremony, Kim Jong Un’s sister will also make her visit South Korea,, it seems that the two Koreas are slowly improving their relations. However, the United States is not very satisfied with North Korea "hijacking" the sports event, and would resume joint military exercises after the Olympics. In early March, we are organising a special tour to North Korea and examine the future of two Koreas from the perspective of North Koreans and explore the possibility of a peaceful Korean Peninsula. We will also see how much the sanctions are starting to bite.
🚶🏻♂️Highlights: – Stroll along Mirae Scientist Street and "Pyonghattan" area – Demilitarized Zone (North-South Korea Border) – Pyongyang metro and Soviet tram ride – Exchange with local high school students and average citizens – Local department store and cafes run by new Pyongyang entrepreneurs
We are glad to provide insights for our participants Judy and Sharon on these unique destinations. We hope to bring you to probe into these lesser-known countries, revealing the authentic culture beyond what the media depicts. … See MoreSee Less
The Korean Unification Flag will be flying again in the opening ceremony of Pyeongchang Olympic Winter Games, and there will even be a unified female ice hockey team formed by both Koreas. However, the South Korean society may not share the same unified opinion regarding the Koreans’ participation. And what would North Korean think about it?
In March, follow us to explore North Korea: bit.ly/dprk-mar
With the #PyeongChangOlympics taking place in less than two weeks, both South and North Korea have been scrambling to accommodate North Korea’s sudden participation in the Games, a move that did not seem to resonate well with average South Koreans.
Amid the warming of inter-Korean ties, NK News to took the freezing streets of Seoul to ask residents where they really stand on the North’s sudden participation, rooting for a joint inter-Korean women’s ice hockey team, and having North and South Korean athletes march under a unified flag.