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After being to hundreds of cities, what are my expectations for our future cities?

Today, let’s talk about the “city”. Since I started traveling a few years ago, I have been to hundreds of cities, in different countries and in different sizes.  From the ancient European city of Rome to the beautiful Portugal city Lisbon with their shining yellow trams; from the intricate old city of Fez in Morocco … Continue reading After being to hundreds of cities, what are my expectations for our future cities?

“Let the German tell you: Why you should eat your expired yogurt”

Grocery shopping is a topic you can not avoid no matter living in which country. Surprisingly, in Germany, they do take “food” pretty seriously. Speisequark, which is quite common in Europe (and almost nowhere to find in East Asia), shows me a strange symbol with “Kostbares Retten” written on it. After a quick research, I … Continue reading “Let the German tell you: Why you should eat your expired yogurt”

What my growing interest in chess tells me about climate communication

There is an app installed on my cell phone—an app for learning chess. Until a few weeks ago, chess has never really interested me. Because, honestly, when I want to show people how bad I am at forward-thinking, I just shove my current account balance in their faces. I’ve come to associate the game with … Continue reading What my growing interest in chess tells me about climate communication

How will the 2020 US election change our climate?

Biden’s influence on environmental policy? A Clean Energy Revolution Before starting today’s topic, I would like to first state that political analysis is definitely not my field, thus the followings only represent my personal views.  The main points of this discussion are, the differences between Trump and Biden’s policy on tackling “energy” and “climate”, and … Continue reading How will the 2020 US election change our climate?


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