5 Things To Know (19th – 23rd November)

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s news highlights. Father sues McDonald’s for Happy Meals marketing Quebec, a heavily forested province in Eastern Canada, has strict laws that prohibit marketing to children under the age of 13. Mr Antonio Bramante, a concerned father of three children, has displayed his frustration against McDonald’s Happy Meals. He is…

5 Things to Know (5th – 9th November)

Happy Friday! Here’s an update on the news highlights this week. 🙂 Bacteria-layered mushroom produces clean energy Scientists had designed and participated in a creative idea of producing electricity through mushrooms and bacteria. 3D printing was used to attach the energy-producing bugs to the mushroom cap. The fossil-free mushroom provided the ideal environment for the…

5 Things to Know (15th – 19th October)

The weeklong holiday is approaching! Just before you dive into relaxation mode, here are this week’s news highlights. 🙂 UK aims for a “zero-carbon economy” The UK is looking forward to reducing its carbon emissions considering its advancement in technology and the involvement of both the private sector and the government, as specified by Climate…

5 Things to Know (1st – 5th October)

Happy Friday! Here are this week’s news highlights 🙂 Amazon to Open a Physical Branch in New York Trump says USMCA is “the most important” Over 200 million Mobile Phones received a “Trump Alert” Scientists may have discovered the first “exomoon” Honda to Invest in Developing Autonomous Cars Amazon to Open a Physical Branch in…

5 Things to Know (17th – 21st September)

Here’s a summary of this week’s news events. In the midst of schoolwork, activities and projects, be sure to always be updated about the world around you. 🙂 Trump has urged Spain to ‘build a wall’ Brexit will be ‘worse for the UK than for EU’ Japan’s robots may have had historic asteroid landing Father…

The Storm

Yes. He did it. He’s almost there now. I see as he splashes the water around with his muscular arms. The tips of his fingers were tinted icy blue, and his battered clothes stuck to his skin like a glove. Just a few more meters left. I smiled tenderly as I saw my child making…

Embracing Diversity: Being Internationally Minded

She walked bare-footed down the ominous street, hiding her one-year-old baby in her frail arms. All she heard as she tip-toed were the traumatizing noises of bomb blasts and piercing screams representing pain, terror and fright. Thousands of people scurried around her, for they too attempted to save their innocent lives. She knew she didn’t…