Issue

2

December 2019

James Hoopes

Babson College, U.S.A.

Police Interrogations and Confessions

Seattle University, U.S.A.

Yemeni Music and Performance

Sana’a University, Yemen

Tibetan Archaeology

Tibet, China

Journal Rappe

Senegal

Cultural icons

New Zealand

Andean Pottery Project

California, U.S.A.

Developed and developing world higher education: Part 2

Azusa Pacific University, U.S.A.

Diana Bell

Links Incorporated Organization, U.S.A.

Tuberculosis in Somalia

Mississauga University, Canada

Mental Health in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong

Self-Activated Terrorists

Curtin University, Australia

Modernizing Sudanese Education

University of Kassala, Sudan

Arbitration, Language and Discourse

University of Bergamo,
Italy

Educating Deaf Children

Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Nigel Holt

Aberystwyth University,

Wales

Coupe Icare 2020

Portugal

Carnival of Venice

Italy

Ice Festival

China

Up Helly Au Fire

Scotland

Tapati

Easter Island

The Soul Trembles

Japan

Featured Academics

James Hoopes

Babson College, U.S.A.

James Hoopes is “Murata Professor of Ethics in Business” at Babson College.  The author of half a dozen other books on American history, Hoopes has received financial grants from the a number of important funding agencies in the United States. His paper, “Managing a Riot,” won the …

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Nigel Holt

Aberystwyth University, Wales

Professor Nigel Holt joined the psychology department from Bath Spa University as a senior lecturer in psychology in September, 2012. Nigel was awarded his PhD from University of York after which he worked in industry for a short spell before returning to academia as a research fellow …

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Featured Research Projects

Asia

Educating Deaf Children

The linguistic curriculum at CUHK features training in Sign Linguistics and Hong Kong Sign Language at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. In 2016, Gladys Tang founded a non-government organization – SLCO Community Resources – to support sign language in HK.

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The Americas
Police Interrogation
Europe
Arbitration and Discourse
Oceania
Self-Activated Terrorists

Featured Cultural Projects

Tibetan archaeology

Tibet

Cultural icons

New Zealand

Journal Rappe

Senegal

Featured Regional Directive

Developed and developing world higher education: Part 2

Global wealth is concentrated less and less in factories, land, tools, and machinery. The knowledge, skills, and resourcefulness of people …

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Featured Strategist

Diana Bell

Diana Bell is an accomplished businesswoman, a civic and community leader in the San Francisco Bay Area. She currently serves as a director on a number of boards including

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Academia in Society

Tuberculosis in Somalia

In 1986 FINDA (Finish International Development Agency) conducted a Tuberculin survey in Kismayo, Burao and a refugee health unit in Somalia. The results for children over 10 years showed a high annual risk of infection …

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Mental Health in Hong Kong

The community project investigated the effects of mental health services on their Chinese users in Hong Kong. The relationship between mental health and social inclusion has generated much interest among social services providers …

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Cultural Events

PUBLICATIONS

Digital Identities

A Black Sister in Massachusetts

ASSISTANCE

COUPE ICARE 2020
– Portugal

Carnival of Venice
– Venice, Italy

Ice Festival
– Harbin, China

Shiota Chiharu
– The Soul Trembles

Up Helly Aa Fire
– Scotland

Tapati Festival
– Easter Island