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Cruella Review: Embracing the LGBTQ+ Community Or Just Queerbaiting?

“I like to say that ‘normal’ is the cruellest insult”

How the Socialism-Capitalism Dichotomy is Flawed

Socialism versus capitalism: one of the most hotly debated political topics of the 21(...)

Consumerism and the Growing Influence of Corporations

i was walking in a narrow cove with a heart full of daring

Comparing what it Means to be Sexualized and be Seductive

A huge controversy was stirred when ‘WAP’ by Meg Thee Stallion and Cardi B came out. (...)

Women Writing under Pseudonyms

Pseudonyms or pen names are essentially fake names or titles under which a writer cho(...)

The Case of Among Us

264 million downloads worldwide. A cultural phenomenon that changed the gaming and Tw(...)

How Certain Taxes can Fuel Financial Inequality

Taxes. Everyone hates them, and they are annoying, but they serve an important purpos(...)

The Dreams and Nightmares of 'Paprika'

Satoshi Kon's Paprika is another legendary anime film that puts the effects of dreams(...)

How Virtual Learning Affects Education Inequality

As the pandemic is sweeping violently across the globe, many schools are forced to sh(...)

StartmeupHK Festival 'Youth Forum' - Young Changemakers of Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a global city of innovation, impact and inclusion, and its youth are act(...)

India: the Emerging Superpower's Past, Present and Future

Before the industrial revolution, the geopolitical centers of the world lay in the su(...)

The Transition into Higher Education - Hong Kong Versus Other Countries

Choosing a university: crossroads, grocery shopping, and South Africa

The Flaws of American Democracy: Voter Suppression, Gerrymandering and Political Polarization

The COVID-19 Pandemic has exasperated voter suppression in the US, unravelling the fl(...)

Growing Pains

Growing Pains

Our Obsessive Scrutiny over Body Size and Misconceptions about Obesity

When we think of discrimination and oppression, our minds tend to jump to the boldest(...)