By Eunice Tan Everybody is tossing around the soccer ball, passing around quips and teasing jeers. I stand solitarily by the sidelines. It’s okay. I’m fine. They’re talking about the football competition last week. I have no idea what that’s about. Everything’s okay. I feel fine. There is an invisible wall […]Read more "“Salami Pizza Guy”: Malaysia to America"
By Alan Jambulatov Over the course of the last summer, my business continued to work and to thrive. After long deliberation, we decided on the name ToiJoy, meaning event—toi in Kazakh—and have started to garner a reputation ever since. Starting off with smaller orders, we completed them for prices greatly lower than the competition while […]Read more "The Startup Phase"
By Zoe Kim What does a durian look like? What do they smell like? People ask these questions when I go back to the United States as I regale them the stories of different tropical fruits I eat in Singapore. One of the ones they are most intrigued by is durian. Most Singaporeans love durian, […]Read more "What does Durian taste like?"
By Phoebe Lim The views expressed reflect the opinions of the contributor and are not necessarily those of THG. Psychology, the young science, a largely controversial topic within the Christian community. Should we even bother discussing the science of human thinking and behaviour when we recognise every wrong and vile part of ourselves comes from […]Read more "Five perspectives of psychology and the Biblical worldview"
By Micah Ford It was around this time last year that my dad, a high school teacher at QSI International School of Astana, realized the poor health condition of his mom in the small town of Angelica where she lived with her husband, a pastor. The thought of moving after 12 years overseas to help […]Read more "My family’s transition from Astana, Kazakhstan, to western New York"
By Tiffany Chen The views expressed reflect the opinions of the contributor and are not necessarily those of THG. Recently, Kiron Skinner, the director of policy planning at the State Department, categorized the dispute between China and the U.S. as a “clash of civilizations,” reviving the famous argument by Samuel. P. Huntington and hinting at […]Read more "There are No Clashes of Civilizations between China and the US"
Issue Theme . Seasons in Life . Life is not a bed of roses. Wrought with adversity and pain, many a time its bleakness threatens to seep into our souls, stealing whatever small ray of hope we might hold close. Like the crashing ocean waves, changes sweep us to the irregular tempo of its fickle […]Read more "Issue 5: Seasons in Life"