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Planning on a Hospital Stay in South Korea? Don’t Forget Your Extended Family

“I want to use the restroom,” I said in my best Korean. The nurse stopped in her tracks and tilted her ...
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Blood, Sweat and Tears: the Power of Sport

Sport is a key part of both the past and present worlds. Along with music, literature and dance, it’s something t...
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Net Neutrality: Which Side Are You On?

  Net Neutrality – the who, the what and the where Net Neutrality is a modern phenomenon that has been under...
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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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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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Female Terrorist Motivations

Terrorist Culture: Not for everyone. But for some, including myself, the study terrorism as an act of communication...
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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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Education: Korean High School vs. American High School

What determines intellect? The standards for intellect differ in many countries, and it’s hard to determine a per...
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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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Repent or Die: How ISIS is Changing the Gulf

Some of you may have heard that the ancient Egyptian goddess Isis has returned to Earth and is wreaking havoc in Ir...