We all have different journeys and struggles, but facing hardships and pain and learning how to accept, overcome, and learn from them can lead to true success. (Image: via  pixabay  /  CC0 1.0)

Success and Political Correctness

Success and political correctness have a leading role in the complicated society we live in, but what is behind these apparently positive words? If we take a closer look at success, we cannot but wonder what success is in this…

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How Beijing Bullies Chinese-Canadians [Video]

The Chinese government bullies its citizens to submit to communist ideologies. Beijing seems to be exporting the attitude overseas, especially to Canada where Chinese ethnic people are now being harassed…

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A 15-Year-Old Protester Will Not Bow Down

It’s been more than 4 months since the first anti-extradition demonstration took place in Hong Kong, and young people continue their fight for freedom on the frontline of every demonstration. …

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Voyager 2 Reaches Interstellar Space

Researchers at the University of Iowa report that the spacecraft Voyager 2 has entered the interstellar medium (ISM), the region of space outside the bubble-shaped boundary produced by wind streaming…

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What You Need to Know About Adaptogens

Consuming supplements is now a common habit among people conscious of their physical and mental health. Adaptogens are one such group of supplements that many people seem to be very…

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Is Your Drinking Water Safe to Drink?

From Legionella bacteria and non-tuberculous mycobacteria, safe transport of mains water depends on best practice and good policy, environmental health experts say. However, Flinders University academics warn current systems and…

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Why China’s Idea of ‘Good’ Is Dangerous

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) espouses that its ideology produces the highest good for society. However, there is a big difference between what the CCP and people from the rest…

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How the Aztecs Could Improve Modern Urban Farming

Roland Ebel of the Sustainable Food Systems Program at Montana State University conducted a research project to determine the extent to which an ancient Aztec agricultural technique could benefit 21st…

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The Last Neanderthal Necklace

Eagle talons are regarded as the first elements used to make jewelry by Neanderthals, a practice that spread around Southern Europe about 120,000 to 40,000 B.C. Now, for the first…

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5 Reasons Why You Should Read Self-Help Books

For some people, reading self-help books is like therapy. One Irish journalist who read a new self-help book every month for a year realized that it had positive effects on her life. If…

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Pesticides and Children: Who Is Most at Risk?

Studies show that exposure to pesticides — specifically those containing chlorpyrifos, which attack an insect’s nervous system — can harm a child’s physical and mental development. The Centers for Disease…

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What Are Tibetan Singing Bowls?

Tibetan singing bowls have been an important tool used by Buddhists of Tibet in their meditative practices for centuries. These are basically a type of musical instrument that produce sound…

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Astronomers Catch Wind Rushing Out of Galaxy

Exploring the influence of galactic winds from a distant galaxy called Makani, UC San Diego’s Alison Coil, Rhodes College’s David Rupke, and a group of collaborators from around the world…

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Recipe: Sweet and Sour Prawns

Sweet and sour dishes are very popular in China, although Chinese tend to use sweet and sour sauces as dipping sauces rather than for cooking, as is done in Westernized…