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Category: Culture and change

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Curb your enthusiasm: Korean internet is not all it’s cracked up to be.

Roughly two years ago I moved from a country where net neutrality is implemented by law (the Netherlands) to a cou...
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Vampires! Psychology of the Vampire Mythos: Part II

Vampires may not really exist but clinical vampirism does, and psychiatrists have been aware of it for quite some t...
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Vampires! Because, Well, It’s That Time of Year: Part I

Boo. Alright, enough frivolity. Let’s get down to the issue at hand: Das Wampyrs, or vampires, as they are known ...
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The Mean Things We Say about People from Other Countries

As a foreigner to Chinese, Korean, and Japanese friends, I seem to incite conversations on international topics mor...
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A Little off the Top: A Brief History of Circumcision

I apologize for this in advance. I have fallen behind in my duties as an IDC writer, and I decided to let the Chief...
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Loving Abroad #3: A Black American in Korea

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3Qnrzd4Lg8] This is my third date. In this episode, I meet an African Amer...
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Democracy in Revolution: The History of America and Korea

Democracy – n. a form of government in which the supreme power is vested in the people and exercised directly by ...
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Permaculture: A Growing Alternative

A good friend of mine relocated to South America this year. He went to join a revolution. Not a local revolution, l...
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Alien Encounters from Around the World

We’ve all heard the stories: Someone is out in the middle of nowhere late at night when they spot strange lights ...
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The Dangerous Culture of Ducks: Satirical or Sinister?

I am not sure any of you have noticed this, but for the past few decades, a sinister threat to human civilization h...