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Rhetoric: Fight Against Drugs or Rights?

How do you define justice in the kind of world we live in today? We can answer that in a lot different ways depending on how we viewed and experienced the world. 648 more words


A bone to pick..

I’ve got a bone to pick with the Lonely Planet. It describes Sagada as a misty mountain town that might be a nice place to curl up with a good book and hot drink by the fire. 1,488 more words


Why The Showdown In The South China Sea Is Far From Over

It’s a strategic and political impossibility for China meekly to accept the Court of Arbitration’s ruling and withdraw its claim. Had that at any time been under consideration, China would have joined proceedings in The Hague and argued its case. 15 more words

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VLOG: Quick Stay at Aruga, the Grove!

Hi everyone! I uploaded my first vlog ever yesterday and I hope you check it out! I am currently sick right now and I don’t know if I just ate something bad or if this is a case of… 9 more words

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Condé Nast Traveller: Where to go in March

IT’S HARD NOT TO BE HOPEFUL in March. The winter snows are thawing, the days growing ever-longer and Europe is slowly emerging into the sunshine for the first time in months. 1,186 more words


Pictured: Thousands of Filipino prisoners crammed into prison built for 800

Unbelievable pictures unveil an overcrowded prison in the Philippines where 3,600 inmates are crammed into a space built for just 800.

Prisoners at Quezon City jail in Manila suffer rashes and boils after being forced to sleep on damp floors and eat food contaminated with dead cockroaches. 386 more words