Liam Elvish | Content Writer H.G. Wells once said that ‘Civilisation is a race between disaster and education.’ Perhaps there is no greater contemporary example of such an assertion than in modern America where, since 2017, every unintelligible thing uttered is said with authority and all the great possibilities of language cease to exist. The perpetrator is still seeking some form of grace and even … Continue reading Comment- The First Presidential Debate 2020
Featured Photograph: During the time of Apartheid in South Africa, when black people were denied their basic human and political rights, two youngsters of different races forge a connection in Cape Town. / UN Photo (1982) Editor | Cassandra Lau World Tolerance Day marks the 16th November every year as a day to generate public awareness of the dangers and unacceptability of intolerance. “Tolerance … Continue reading World Tolerance Day 2018: Understanding Intolerance is Key.
Editor | Cassandra Lau After intense campaigning, far-right Brazilian candidate, Jair Bolsonaro, wins the presidential elections with 55.13 per cent of the popular vote against 44.8 per cent for Fernando Haddad of the left-wing Workers’ Party. The disheartened faces that roam the streets of Brazil conjures a not too long ago election which determined Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States. The … Continue reading Far-Right Brazilian Candidate Wins Polls: 6 Controversial Topics With Quotes