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After Donald Trump was elected president of the United States, KEFF, a Taiwanese American artist, started thinking he might never be perceived as “American enough,” despite his U.S. passport, living in the country for nearly two decades and English being his first language. He endured several racist incidents, including verbal harassment and anti-Asian slurs, and …

Acne, zits, pimples or whatever you want to call them, cause havoc on our skin and then in our lives. Acne ruins our confidence and can even cause severe depression and anxiety. Some may think that only teenagers get acne as they battle puberty. But in actual fact, people continue breaking out well into their …

When Tier 4 restrictions were unexpectedly announced on December 19, the Christmas plans of millions were thrown into disarray. While the majority of people cancelled their plans, some certainly didn’t and decided to break the rules anyway. That very evening people fled the city in their thousands and London’s stations were thronged with people escaping …

To say the world has had a tough year would be an understatement. But Canada’s innovation economy provided a silver lining for the black clouds that dominated 2020. Faced with a pandemic and the worst economic conditions seen in a generation, the people and young companies at the foundation of this country’s technology sector have …

The Dark Knight Rises Disappointed Me, And So Did Nolan’s Next Two Films I recall the summer The Dark Knight Rises came out. It was the same summer that I got married. I remember saying to my friends, without thinking, that 2012 was going to be “the worst summer ever” since the Dark Knight trilogy …

“Even though there is one year to go in my tenure and there are challenges to be met, I have decided to stand down as prime minister,” said Abe at a press conference in Tokyo on Friday. “For almost eight years I controlled my chronic disease, however, this year in June I had a regular …

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Ruth Hickin, Strategy & Impact Lead, World Economic Forum Rapid technology developments during COVID have saved lives and kept economies going. Newly created solutions, created quickly and without the proper governance, could exacerbate inequality during the …

Security sent by team management to the Mets’ hotel found no trace of Céspedes or his belongings, and the team remained unaware of the 34-year-old’s decision not to play the rest of the season until late in the game against the Atlanta Braves. The Mets had earlier released a statement saying Céspedes made no explanation …

Disruptive technologies refers to innovation which involves significant change impacting a business, sector or service that endeavours to provide a better outcome. It is not change for the sake of change because new technology is available, but rather change for a greater good. As K–12 schools reopen across the country, the transition back to face-to-face …

Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., talks with reporters after the Senate Republican Policy luncheon in Russell Building on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Tom Williams | CQ-Roll Call via Getty Images A Republican senator asked Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey on Wednesday whether the social media giant’s decision to fact-check President Donald Trump’s tweets on mail-in voting was politically …