Fragrant Harbor
Travel

Fragrant Harbor

An island surrounded by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea, Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. Under British rule until 1997, and still possessing a great deal of autonomy, Hong Kong is a unique blend of East and West, Britain and …

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Leoardo da Vinci
Art Beat

Leoardo da Vinci

Polymath: A person of great and varied learning; a person of encyclopedic learning. In his capacity as a painter, a sculptor, an architect, a musician, a scientist, a mathematician, an engineer, an inventor, an anatomist, a geologist, a cartographer, a botanist and a writer, Leonardo da Vinci, the Italian artist, …

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Whale Warriors
Good Samaritans

Whale Warriors

  Measuring up to thirty meters in length, and weighing up to two hundred tons, the blue whale is largest animal on the planet. With an estimated life span of ninety years, an appetite that necessitates four tons of krill (tiny shrimp-like creatures) a day during some parts of the …

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Devil Loves Giveaways
Fashion

Devil Loves Giveaways

Some people go shopping for the brands: Gucci, Pierre Cardin, Calvin Klein, Prada. Some others shop by necessity: sweaters in the summer, shades in the winter. And then you have the people whose shopping is driven solely by bargains: the larger the discount, the greater the chances of them buying …

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Coastin' with the Motion of the Ocean
Fitness

Coastin’ with the Motion of the Ocean

 Surfing is a surface water sport where someone standing atop a board rides the forward face of a wave to shore. This is a lot harder than it looks and reaps more benefits than you’d think. Surfers paddle out to sea on their boards and push up to an upright …

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Dancing on Ice
Sports

Dancing on Ice

The Winter Olympic Games were held at Sochi, Russia, from February 7th to Februrary 23rd this year. Two thousand eight hundred and seventy one athletes from eighty eight nations took part in ninety eight events. Rife with controversy, there were several spirited protests about dubious practices leading to cost overruns …

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Plus The Machine
Tech Talk

Plus The Machine

Merging man and machine is all the rage these days – a step further than merging machines with clothing and apparel (wearables, Google Glass, smart watches), and what’s more fascinating than fantasizing about androids in Star Trek and Robocop is actually incorporating them in real life. Technology is continually evolving …

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The Scorpio Races
Book Reviews

The Scorpio Races

It’s the surf in your face, the deadly magic of November on your skin, the Scorpio drums in the place of your heartbeat. Maggie Steifvater is known for the Raven Cycle and the Shiver trilogy, and The Scorpio Races is also in the same genre: an amalgamation of fantasy and …

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Start-ups & Entrepreneurship

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On October 14, 2011, Jamie Hubley killed himself after being bullied at school to point of depression for being gay. He was fifteen. On September 18, 2011, Jamey Rodemeyer, who was known around the internet for his unflagging fight against homophobia, killed himself after relentless anti-gay bullying. He was fourteen. …

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To Fly, or Not To Fly - That Is The Question
Career Corner

To Fly, or Not To Fly – That Is The Question

Everyone evaluates their choices in life sooner or later, with varying frequency. Knee-deep in my second year of university, I find myself doing so about six times a day. Earlier this week, in the throes of existential angst, completely unrelated to any rampantly fluctuating hormone levels, I scoured the internet …

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