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Posted over 1 year ago
Lisa Bu: How books can open your mind
Concisely,reading empowers you,sharpens your mind,expands your horizon of knowledge and understanding,it's worth mentioning that if you keep constantly reading it'll help you become a genuine intellectual. From my point of view,reading should be an integral part of our life,but sadly,reading recently has been decreasing due to some factors that are actually known. I congratulate Lisa for this short,but very well thought out talk,while watching it,it re-brought to my mind the unquestionable magnitude of reading.
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Posted over 1 year ago
Afra Raymond: Three myths about corruption
This man is so bold and brave,he has just taken the courage to talk about a topic that many people don't welcome it because they feel affected from it. Let me get involved further into this by sharing my own practical and theoretical knowledge that I have absorbed while living in my country which is called Kosovo,many people when hear this name they refer as the newest country that has declared independence in Balkan,but at the same time the newest & most corrupted one recently. I want to be more specific and show you explicitly and concisely about the exact category of people that are involved in it: The first and foremost are the politic class that are undoubtedly fully corrupted,there is no such a person that can do anything about it because they have the power to govern the country and they are elected in the so-called way "democratically" by their own citizens because just before the elections they promised that they will fight corruption and the country would progress but it turned out to be exactly the ones who would make the level of corruption even deeper.Also different parties that were in the past in position were the same. Generation after generation are passing and there is no minor change,the small number of people who are willing to fight corruption are being discouraged because the majority of people applause the corruption and the corrupted people. It is a saying that "Where there is a will,there is a way"but definitely in my country we're not seeing the light at the end of the tunnel,it is just getting worse. Anyway,I want to encourage you Mr.Raymond for the irreplaceable work that you are doing and just keep up the good work because there might be people out there who are mighty & willing to support and join people like you.
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Posted over 1 year ago
Media and the divide of harm
I don't think that many people believed anything they watch and hear from the media. Because I don't really believed everything I watch and hear from the media, although the media has long been a powerful tool for communication and issues. The newspaper has been in existence longer than others (television and radio) and still is one of the most trusted and used in decision making. The media plays an important role in communication and issues facing the community, state, and notion. The newspaper is often thought of as the best resource for tangible, detailed information about the local, state and issues. Sometimes, newspapers try to present a balance of news and viewpoints so that readers can make decisions based on reason, rather than on emotion. Though some readers believe that a newspaper continually shows favoritism, the daily reader of the newspaper will discover a balance in the presentation of information. Reading one day’s edition may seem to result in many stories or issue, but the next day’s newspaper may carry more news and opinion. Balance is achieved over a period of time, not necessarily in one edition; therefore, it is wise to read the newspaper every day to receive a balance of news and opinion.
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Posted over 1 year ago
Edi Rama: Take back your city with paint
It would be fair to say that I can agree with Arbana partly,even thought I would agree completely with her but she's not coming across clearly and explicitly her point that people could comprehend fully. People are aware of the changes that Mr.Rama did to the city by colouring and demolishing some illegal objects or buildings,but it is not just like that.As Ms.Arbana said that he did again build there some other buildings that may have been built intentionally. Mr.Kolvani said that we are all corrupted,let me make an analogy it is not the same e.i me as a random citizen being corrupted and the prime minister being corrupted,the prime minister would have in his hand a lot of authority he would be the very first person to lead the country's future. As soon as,one single inhabitant notices that the prime minister is corrupted he start to lose his trust in him,and the prime... himself starts losing his credibility. Anyway,Mr.Rama seems to be a visionary leader only on paper,because many people know that he and his party are so eager and are so anxiously fighting only and only to be in power,and only God knows,if he was elected as prime min.. would he turn to be a righteous person to his own people or would he strive for the good of his country or simply he would fulfill some of his missions and in the end make the life worse than it is going in this actual pace.
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Posted over 1 year ago
Edi Rama: Take back your city with paint
As a citizen of Kosovo,which is the neighbouring country of Albania.I know him quite a bit,and I just congratulate his idea it is really a good idea,and quite of it has been implemented.I think anything worth doing is worth doing well.He partly did it well. On the other hand,presently and recently the actual prime minister of Albania,Sali Berisha is genuinely a hard-working man anything he promised & promises to his own citizens realized or realizes it. He has done a great job till now,Tirana(the capital city)which is being talked about has changed noticeably for the good under the administration of Mr.Berisha and it continues to prove itself effectively and efficiently. From every angle that you view it,life has changed for the better and still keeps going on.Mr.Berisha is slowly but surely making a stable progress and the country generally is progressing. Anyway,I hope that if Edi Rama won the next elections,would do the same job as Mr.Berisha did,and not just in this aspect about colouring and demolishing some illegal buildings but also on some other crucial aspects!
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Posted over 1 year ago
How do you build offline meaningful social connections?
Social media cannot replace real-world relationships,in my own opinion,I think that social media connections aren’t analogous to real-life connections,but I have to say that you can also meet wonderfully amazing people via Twitter,Facebook,etc that I consider friends. I'm wondering if the number of people I communicate with regularly in real life is outnumbered by those that I have on social sites. But again definitely social media creates many weaker connections compared to those in real life.Anyway this was interesting post!
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Posted over 1 year ago
Sunitha Krishnan: The fight against sex slavery
Definitely,I agree with you when you say also people from different & remote countries have been touched and her voice has been heard,respectively to me in this case,I was really touched by her story. This is my first time about listening for such crimes in this country,as my country doesn't have any close relations with India so neither by television nor by radio,newspapers listens about such cases. I just want to encourage you Sunitha Krishnan,keep up the exceptionally good and courageous work (Y). Blend,Kosovo.