Although I tried to tone down on the amount of medical jargon present in the drama, I realised that perhaps it might be good to write a short post on some of the terms that are scattered throughout the drama which may even come into use in your daily lives. Here are the ones that … Continue reading A handy guide to work through the medical terms in Memory Lost
Every year on the 7th lunar month of the Chinese advent calender, comes a month of weird celebrations. In some parts of Asia, where there is a dense population of Chinese people, you would see people burning pieces of brightly coloured paper in a large tin box outside their homes, or a group of people … Continue reading The Chinese Ghost Month
Syria, a small Middle Eastern country but a country that is likely mentioned almost on every news channel, almost everyday. And if you reside in a country like the UK or US, you will probably find yourself embroiled in news articles about the war in Syria against President Assad and ISIL. Most people living in … Continue reading Censorship in Western Media? The two evils in Syria: Assad and ISIL (Daesh)
As the world's attention is drawn towards rising tensions in the Korean peninsula, I wonder if there is a chance the North and South will ever be reunited again? Due to World War II, North and South Korea was split, similarly to West and South Germany. So why was Germany reunited after 41 years whereas … Continue reading Will North & South Korea ever be reunited again like Germany?
The first thing that comes into mind when someone talks about human experimentation is probably the atrocities committed by the Nazis in the 20th century. After the Tuskegee experiments done on African Americans to find out the natural progression of untreated syphilis would follow hot on its heels. But unit 731 is probably just another … Continue reading Unit 731: the forgotten 20th century medical experimentation atrocity
To go with the theme, there must be a post to give advice on using time wisely 🙂