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There have been few pronouncements by the leader of the previous administration more ominous, haunting, and yes, scarier, than his casually delivered pre-election prediction that “whoever forms the next government will have to deal with the IMPACS Report.” He, more … Continue reading
The island’s largest one-day participatory event was declared a success by organizers at the end of the 17th annual Pinehill Fun walk. This year, over 5000 participants took over the island’s main highway as they walked at varying speeds from … Continue reading
Dale Elliott is popularly known for his show Untold stories. What many may not know is that he started his working life as a DBS reporter at 18. Three years later he turned to what he believed would be a … Continue reading
Tomorrow, the “Artists for Leebo” movement will host the “Leeboration” concert at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground from 2pm. A showcase of the works of Francis “Leebo” De Lima will feature three live bands and a stellar cast of close … Continue reading
During the regime of Chiang Kai-shek, the leader of the Republic of China from 1928 to his death in 1975, national history in school textbooks dealt with the glories of China’s past; Taiwan was merely a temporary refuge for Chiang’s … Continue reading
Politics is often described as an art; which is to say, it is not a precise science that demands accurate measuring, and predictable results. In other words politics is as unpredictable as it is imprecise. The cynic may even suggest … Continue reading
The hand held alarm has been sounded. Someone has chartered into forbidden territory. But it is the guardian of the gate. The bell is rung so softly, that no one really realizes the depths at which he has grasped. An … Continue reading
Lately I’ve been poking around my collection of childhood novels with a strange feeling that I am missing the presence of someone I am really never around, but somehow know that they should be around. During my novella nostalgia, I … Continue reading
Do you know how much sugar your kids are eating? Probably not — and the American Heart Association is trying to change that. U.S. children eat three times as much added sugar as they should, according to the AHA. To … Continue reading
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