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Social Apathy: Why do we choose to look away?

Social Apathy: Why do we choose to look away? I will never forget the day when I turned “bad.” It was hot and humid in tropical Cambodia and the sun had already awoken from its slumber hours ago. With glistening beads of sweat streaming down their faces, two girls, no more than 10 years old, approached me and put forth a basket of handmade bracelets, each covered in a fine layer of dirt. A sign below one of the girl’s baskets read “1 for 1,000 riel.” A measly 25 cents. Yet I was quick—too…See More
Dec 30, 2017
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Social Apathy: Why do we choose to look away?

Social Apathy: Why do we choose to look away? I will never forget the day when I turned “bad.” It was hot and humid in tropical Cambodia and the sun had already awoken from its slumber hours ago. With glistening beads of sweat streaming down their faces, two girls, no more than 10 years old, approached me and put forth a basket of handmade bracelets, each covered in a fine layer of dirt. A sign below one of the girl’s baskets read “1 for 1,000 riel.” A measly 25 cents. Yet I was quick—too…See More
Dec 30, 2017

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I am a 16 year old attending Seoul International School. Since middle school, I have shown an increased interest in world issues especially related to international relations and hope to pursue a field in this area in college. Much of my interest in international relations stems from my travels abroad where I was able to experience different cultures and photograph different people and places. I also have a profound interest in history.

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Social Apathy: Why do we choose to look away?

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Social Apathy: Why do we choose to look away?

 

I will never forget the day when I turned “bad.”

 

It was hot and humid in tropical Cambodia and the sun had already awoken from its slumber hours ago. With glistening beads of sweat streaming down their faces, two girls, no more than 10 years old, approached me and put forth a basket of handmade bracelets, each covered in a fine layer of dirt. A sign below one of the girl’s baskets read “1 for 1,000…

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Ethno-nationalism: A Hindrance to Modern Globalization

Posted on December 30, 2016 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

As the sun dipped beneath the horizon to draw December 19, 2016 to a close, millions of cheery lights in all shades of red, green, and yellow flickered to life, showering Berlin in a warm glow. Men, women, and children merrily walked the streets by Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, unaware that by 8:02 PM, 12 people would lay dead and another 56 would be injured in a truck attack which ISIL claimed responsibility for. The recent ‘2016 Berlin Attack’ is but one of the many…

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