The Institute of International Studies at Seoul National University and the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience are set to host ‘Countering Revisionism: Engaging New Generations in Memory, Truth and Justice around World War II Heritage’, an international conference at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City on July 7, 2022. Continue reading International Conference on countering revisionist narratives around WWII
Journalists from around the world discuss ‘fact-checking and self-regulation in media organizations’ during the World Journalists Conference 2022. Continue reading The threat of misinformation: fact-checking and self-regulation in media
At the World Journalists Conference 2022, speakers from around the world discuss whether journalists can change society. Continue reading Do journalists ‘change’ society?
Following is the speech made by writer, journalist and filmmaker Rahul Aijaz at the World Journalists Conference 2021. I made the mistake of watching Scottish filmmaker David Mackenzie’s Perfect Sense earlier this year… or last year. The dates have been … Continue reading A vision of the post-Covid Era: social anxiety, potential reforms and the new world
Korean-Pakistani model, actor, content creator and vocalist covers Korean national anthem in Urdu. Continue reading Korean-Pakistani Sungmin Siddiqi wins 2nd prize for singing Korean national anthem in Urdu
Ever imagined a branded music show like Coke Studio… but with Harpic? Continue reading 5 brands that could follow Velo into music
Gyeonggi-do rises as the economic and industrial hub of Korea, continuing to provide business opportunities as well as catering to the welfare of its citizens. Continue reading How Gyeonggi-do is Leading the Future of Korea
Korean filmmaker and 2019 Palm d’Or winner Bong Joon-ho is set to receive the 2019 Asian of the Year award. Continue reading ‘Parasite’ filmmaker Bong Joon-ho to be awarded 2019 Asian of the Year award in Korea