The Vaccine Pass & the Ticket to Heaven

Timothy Tin Since the menacing coronavirus began its threat two years ago, many nations seem to have brought it under control with the rollout of vaccinations. Many nations began to legislate regulations that require travelers or anyone entering indoor spaces to show their proof of vaccinations. Though there were some pushbacks and criticism of this governmental overreach, this is steadily becoming

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Renew! Refresh!

Helen Man Reflection It has been two years since the outbreak of Covid. We have lost millions of lives and hundreds of millions of people have been infected. And we are still not out of the woods. After the Delta variant, Omicron has become a new variant of great concern. Countries around the world have swiftly responded with tightened travel restrictions

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Squid Game and the Game of Life

Timothy Tin Recently an original Netflix series from South Korea titled Squid Game went on the air on September 17, 2021, and caused a wave of squid game frenzy. In a matter of 17 days, this drama series attracted a whopping 111 million viewers and became Netflix’s most popular series,  toppling the record set by the British period drama Bridgerton. Squid Game’s producer

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Joy to the World

Pastor Chan Entering December, holiday decorations begin to appear on the streets, and the shops are also ready to usher in a period of peak sales. For the public, Christmas is probably nothing but a holiday of “joy to the world”. Some Christians, under this immense festival atmosphere, may have lost the focus on why the “world” can be “joyful”

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The Anxiety of Life

Author: Alice Cheng The fast and efficient metropolitan model has improved people’s materialistic lifestyle, but it also greatly increases our levels of fear and anxiety. In fact, the metropolis represents a combination of desire and fear. Interests and fears dominate the lives of all citizens. Facing change and limitations We often encounter various challenges or adversities in life, including health,

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Joy to the World!

Helen Man Post-Pandemic Christmas Christmas will no longer be the same.  Streets and shopping malls used to be filled with sparkling Christmas lights and music and people. Coronavirus has not completely vanished despite the availability of the boosters and the passing of its peak. We still need to wear masks in many places, to avoid crowds and to take precautions

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Love Deeper, Love Sweeter

Horace Fan, Chinese Pastor Port Moody Pacific Grace MB Church I accepted Christ in Hong Kong while I was a teenager, yet I did not ever mature, never prayed to God for my future spouse. One day while I was on duty at the dormitory of Salvation Army, I noticed a new colleague by the name Lee. Other than being

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