A Linguistic Celebration; Am I Articulate?

Today is apparently the International Mother Language Day which celebrates the promotion of language diversity and multilingualism. In such a linguistically-welcoming day, I came across this inspiring “trilingual orator”,...

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The Gettier Problem and Reliabilism

Two math students, A and B, have taken a functions test. Calculators were optional for the test, as all the questions could be answered through algebraic calculations. The last...

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Personal Knowledge – Koto

YIS is the only international school that implements Japanese music in the IB program. The life of encountering the koto starts at 4th grade, where all students learn the...

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Truth, Modernism, and Postmodernism

To what extent do you “care whether your beliefs are true?” This question raised by Bob Korn, a former software engineer specialized in Artificial Intelligence, (Korn) seeks to produce...

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Perspectives, Biases, Paradigms

“We see the world, not as it is but as we are.” No matter how we try to ignore this quote from the Talmud, our paradigms inevitably have a...

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Swimming and Mind of Swimming

I have been attending swimming lessons since I was in 4th grade, and now I practice swimming on a regular basis, at least once a week. Swimming has been...

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Playing the Shinobue

For the past two weeks, I have been exploring and practicing to play various Japanese traditional instruments, specifically the shinobue. Shinobue(篠笛) is a Japanese traditional flute instrument found in...

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Stanford Prison Study 1971

In 1971, Psychologist Philip Zimbardo conducted an experiment on how human beings behave when assigned in different social roles. In this experiment held at a short hallway in Stanford University,...

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Personal Knowledge – Koto

YIS is the only international school that implements Japanese music in the IB program. The life of encountering the...

Playing the Shinobue

For the past two weeks, I have been exploring and practicing to play various Japanese traditional instruments, specifically the...
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