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Mobile Smiling?

There are so many things once can say about smiling. I’m smiling right now. Why did I smile before? Why do I smile now? Who do I smile at? 825 more words

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A Uniqlo Experience

Last Saturday, October 18, 2014, I as a graduate of De La Salle University, was given an opportunity to listen to Mr. Katsumi Kubota in a business conference held at the university grounds.   535 more words


Companies Whose CSR Strives

Learning about the importance of corporate social responsibility has recently sparked an interest to research which companies are ethically choosing to strategically make a difference. After scanning the Internet for companies within the sports industry who maintain ethical practices, there were two in particular that stuck out the most: Nike and Under Armour. 404 more words


Ideas Please

One of our requirements for class is a service learning activity, which we will do as a group.  One of the things our professor is looking for our service learning activity proposals is the impact our activity will have on our chosen community.   253 more words


Coca-Cola, Cambodia and the Cultural Traveller

As I have already explored in my Bangkok Snapshot post, tourists often reach for the familiar curly red and white writing when in SE Asia, but in Cambodia especially for some this could cause a… 991 more words


G&T Building for People

By Jonathan Eyles

On September 5th, a team of G&T employees, including myself, volunteered for the charity Emmaus in Brighton.

Emmaus is a community that offers homeless people (known as Companions) a place to live and work and an opportunity to integrate back into mainstream society. 427 more words

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Ethical Societies are Developed by Ethical and Responsible Individuals

The anniversary of the Charter of The United Nations on October 24th each year serves as a good reminder of the international organization´s commitment to maintaining peace and security, developing friendly relations among nations, promoting social progress, better living standards, and human rights.  665 more words

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