Generational warfare is a major part of politicized online discourse in the 21st century. ‘Baby Boomers’ accuse so-called ‘Millenials’ (a far better term than Generation Y) of being shallow, entitled, narcissistic, and fixated on their gadgets, while the latter riposte that the former are selfish, irresponsible, and (a nice touch this) narcissistic. 1,127 more words
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Having completed a meeting with the Academy of Marxism here in Beijing (a subdivision of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), I am pleased to provide the following preliminary announcement. 165 more words
We’re very excited to be able to share with you the draft program for the mobilities conference (26-27 November 2015) at the Immigration Museum!
This conference is hosted by the AASRN, in partnership with the Immigration Museum, Melbourne. 129 more words
One of the least-noted yet most significant events this decade – possibly even this century thus far – was the 4th October 2014 launch of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (‘AIIB’) in Beijing, China. 380 more words
By Sun Kwok
In recent weeks, there has been quite a lot of discussion about university autonomy in Hong Kong. People have raised concerns about political interference in university affairs and questioned whether the chief executive should automatically be the chancellor of local universities. 951 more words