Travel writer. Journalist. USC Graduate Student. Life enthusiast.
Hong Kong beat SARS in '03. Their experience has paid off in 2021.
In a stretch of time that has been all too literally plagued with troubles, the world has witnessed varying degrees of public health success and shortcoming. For much of the Western hemisphere - particularly in the US - COVID-19 has wreaked havoc, with cases piling on daily for much of the last year.
The vast majority of people fall into a circumstance they did not themselves choose. Events and positions are thrust upon individuals and they are left feeling like actors in a movie they did not know they’d been cast in. Many think to themselves if they have taken this or that direction instead, life would have been altogether more pleasant and less vulgar.
The New Age of Science and Politics
Science is becoming more and more contested in today's age because, unfortunately, it is becoming tossed into the same playing field as politics.
The Village of My Ancestors
When people think of Hong Kong, often they envision a dense and metropolitan cityscape. A booming port in Southeast Asia overflowing with steel skyscrapers and defined by a modernity that sets the pace for the rest of the globe.