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Telling the story through colors and scenery: Jiyoung Lee and the art of set design

Telling the story through colors and scenery: Jiyoung Lee and the art of set design

  Ji young Lee’s 27 years of life can be described as “One road.” She was born in Incheon, South Korea on the 11th of July in 1987. She was raised by passionate and generous parents who have always supported her to follow her dream. She has a beautiful sister who has been her life […]

Jane Goodall and Choi Jae-chun: words for the next generation on Humanity and Nature

Jane Goodall and Choi Jae-chun: words for the next generation on Humanity and Nature

World-renowned environmentalist and chimpanzee scholar Jane Goodall along with her academic pupil Choi Jae-chun (Chair professor at Ewha Women’s University) will hold a special Eco-talk (hosted by announcer Jin Yang-hye) on the 10th at 3 pm, at Yeouido (Seoul) National Assembly Conference Room. The event is jointly hosted by the Asia Journalist Association (AJA; Chief […]

International Festival of Songrwriters to be held November in Costa Rica

International Festival of Songrwriters to be held November in Costa Rica

Egyptian poet and novelist Ashraf Aboul-Yazid (Dali) has joined members of the jury of the International Festival of Songwriters in Costa Rica organized by the Health Without Borders Foundation along with singer-songwriter Javier Malca, Spanish poets and songwriters Luis Pastor and Lourdes Guerra, and Director of Poetry Festival Costa Rica Norberto Salinas. Susana Poveda Solorzano, […]

World Renowned Primatologist Jane Goodall Comes to Korea

World Renowned Primatologist Jane Goodall Comes to Korea

This coming Saturday (August 12th), world-renowned primatologist and environmental activist Jane Goodall will be in Korea to be awarded the Manhae Grand Prize in the practical component. Her study on Chimpanzees and animal relationships with the human population have been accepted as the foundation for the coexistence of all nature’s inhabitants. As UN Peace Ambassador […]

A Free Press for All Nations

A Free Press for All Nations

On July 19th 2017, at Korea Press Center (Seoul), a joint press conference was held by Journalist Association Korea (JAK) and Reporters Without Borders (RSF) under the banner of “Press Freedom and Democracy in the Post-Truth Era”. In attendance as guest speakers were Shirin Ebadi (Honorary Director, Reporters Without Borders and 2003 recipient of the […]

The Kurdish Mother; Life of Hardships

The Kurdish Mother; Life of Hardships

In January 2016, I stayed in Midyat (located 100 km west of Cizre) for a week in order to approach Cizre. Cizre is in the southern region of Turkey, on the border between Syria and Iraq. This is also where an armed conflict between the Turkey government and the Kurdish insurgent groups is occurring. Recently, […]

Backpacking around Korea’s Hidden Gem, Jeju

Backpacking around Korea’s Hidden Gem, Jeju

Jeju is, by far, Korea’s most popular tourist destination. The Island had always been crowded with Chinese tourists, but lately, as tensions arose between China and Korea over THAAD, few Chinese have chosen to vacation in Jeju. Instead, travelers from Korea, Southeast Asia, America, and Europe have been increasing each year. Tourist organizations, seeing this […]

Magazine N, July 2017

Magazine N, July 2017

The Bridge between Mongolia and the World; the Empathy Schools

The Bridge between Mongolia and the World; the Empathy Schools

By: Mehmet Elci For many of different walks in life, those around the world, and for different systems and organizations, one of the most important topics discussed is quite often, education. This has been the case with Mongolia and Turkey since days of old. Throughout history, the two have lived in close proximity to one […]

Magazine N, May 2017

Magazine N, May 2017
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