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Fri, May 24, 2019 | 07:34
YouTuber hits the spot with easy Asian recipes, humor
SACRAMENTO, Calif. _ When Seonkyoung Longest began cooking Korean food out of her small Mississippi kitchen with little to no fresh Korean ingredients, she didn't dare to dream that, in just a few years, she would become a YouTube celebrity chef.
| 2019-05-04 11:05
Accounting fraud and accounting standards
The issue of whether accounting fraud has been committed is now being hotly debated among a certain bio-industry company, its accounting firm and the Financial Supervisory Service. The last accuses the first of fraud.
New Technologies & The Law
| 2018-06-27 14:47
The Air Force’s Black Eagles aerobatic flight team performs during the Seoul International Aerospace and Defense Exhibition 2017 at Seoul Airport in Seongnam, Gyeonggi Province, Sunday. / Yonhap
Korea's drive to halve college tuition and US free tuition policy
University education, as well as early childhood programs, have a very important role in personal happiness and national competitiveness. But because university is not a compulsory level of education, its expensive tuition fees are a problem in Korea and the US. For example, in 2016, the tuition in Korea at Ewha Womans University (5.9 million won) was 3.8 times as expensive a...
| 2017-08-30 16:31
Educational reform now
Since entering elementary school and up until high school, I have always asked myself: “Why should I study?” and “What am I learning at school?” These two questions have never gone away. Some people would answer, “It’s a student’s duty to study,” while others would answer, “You have to study so you don’t fall behind and become a loser.” Neither answer is satisfactory for me. ...
| 2017-06-07 16:55
Obama's educational policy for have-nots
Taking a look at former U.S. President Barack Obama’s speeches about his educational policies, efforts for the have-nots are notable. Under the slogan “The opening of a new era,” Obama Administration planned to bring great change to education. It clarified its strong commitment to reform by referring to education as integral to economic measures.
| 2017-05-03 13:13
[Provincial News] Free heath checkups for expats in Itaewon
The Itaewon Global Village Center will offer free health checkups for foreign residents at the health center of the Yongsan-gu Office in Seoul, Friday. The center will also provide a free metabolic syndrome test. The center is celebrating World Health Month for April 2017, together with the district office and the city government.
| 2017-04-04 20:11
Importance of education welfare policy
People need universal education so they can maintain their own quality of life and adjust themselves to society as members of the community they belong to; this is the main idea of schools related to intentional and formal education. When they enter a university or go out into society after graduation, largely, people find school life to be closely connected with their social...
| 2017-02-22 16:04
Who will lead NK in from cold?
The U.S. and South Korean presidents seem to be trying to topple the DPRK government through sanctions. This may work, but it probably won't. It will certainly provoke strong retaliatory actions from the North Koreans. There are new reports of activity at three nuclear test sites there. Despite these alarming signals, and the greater threat of mistakes leading to violent clas...
| 2016-10-09 17:17
[Student corner] Rawls' theory of justice
John Rawls follows the “democratic equality view” for the way of dividing social and economic profits. The democratic equality view is the way of dividing with a combination of the equal opportunity and difference principles.
| 2016-08-17 16:10
Indian man arrested for attempted rape in Changwon
Right to know or classified info leak? Gov't, lawmaker clash over Moon-Trump 'secrets'
Samsung heir meets former US President in Seoul
Moon meets Bush [PHOTOS]
Canada to take back trash sent to Philippines after Duterte's warnings
In memory of 'fool' Roh Moo-hyun [PHOTOS]
Sanofi, Handok jointly promote six more vaccines here
Seoul moving to settle 'forced labor' issue with Japan
Moon lauds Bush for stronger ROK-US alliance
Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
Venezuela dialysis patients face uncertain fate after power cuts
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