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Crusade

Sometime back, I wrote a post about how I got inspired by a lady in upholding traffic rules. I actively took upon myself to do my bit in this regard. 390 more words

General

We Are Determined to Make a Better World

Can you free up your mind?

Do we need to change the dominant world view?

I do not consider my MP candidacy as my own campaign, but as a team effort. 813 more words

World Book Day Campaign: What Books Mean to Me

I am a big fan of World Book Day. It’s great. I almost wish I was back at primary school on this day each year, just so I could go to school dressed as a character from a book. 1,007 more words

Bookish Things

CASE STUDY: I'M AMAZING BY MCDONALD'S HONG KONG [BY ORIANA CHEUNG]

The background

In Hong Kong, the popularity of home-grown chains such as Café de Coral, Fairwood and Maxim poses a significant risk for an international brand like McDonald’s. 376 more words

Quick Take

YOUR 10 COMMANDMENTS

This list is by no means complete. Its a summary of key considerations when creating and implementing a social media campaign within a wider marketing strategy. 431 more words

#SocialMedia

Fact Or Fiction: The Truth Behind Eating Disorders

Being immersed in a college community myself, I often hear much talk about eating disorders that may or may not be true. Today I want to clarify whether these common facts and ideas are actually true, or just myths and misconceptions. 977 more words

Assignments

News: Intermission is STILL Degrading

INTERMISSION IS STILL DEGRADING.

>Students banned from Cambridge.

>Inconsistent policies.

>No complaints system.

The current intermission system is broken. It needs to be reformed.

In 2011, CUSU Disabled Students’ Campaign began the campaign “Degrading is Degrading”, which addressed the extremely variant ways in which the intermission process – then commonly referred to as “degrading” – was being carried out across colleges. 316 more words

Intermission