Heat Wave & Doomsday

Author: Timothy Tin While the conflict in Ukraine continues to rage on, European are facing a crisis in energy scarcity and a flood of refugee resettlement issues. However, the most shocking devastation is the record-breaking heat wave across Western Europe. According to the BBC, Portugal had a record high temperature of 47 degrees Celsius. In Great Britain, certain regions issued extreme heat warnings. On July 19, 2022, a few areas in the UK reached a record temperature of 40.3 degrees Celsius. Dr. Eunice Lo, a climate scientist at the University of Bristol, told BBC that rising temperatures signify climate change. Every year 2000 people die of heat-related deaths.

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Homicide vs Sacrifice

Author: Timothy Tin   Translator: Mandy Kwan 2022-07 Recently mass shootings in the US have increased dramatically. The issue of gun control became a hot political topic. The US is reputed to be one of the most powerful free nations in the world, attracting countless immigrants to seek the American dream and freedoms not available elsewhere. However, the price of freedom is hefty and comes with responsibility and self-control. Otherwise, the abuse of freedom will lead to hatred, violence, and theft. Due to the sinful nature of humankind and their inherent selfishness and lust, a society’s order is maintained by legislation, judicial, and executive powers. However, under Satan’s influence,

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Crisis, a Call to Return to God

Author: Helen Man Translator: Kim Ng    2022-07 Why is the United States full of crises these days? The Aftermath of the Pandemic Since the outbreak of coronavirus, our worldwide statistics showed over 529 million confirmed cases and over 8.39 million deaths as of May 23, 2022. Here in the U.S. we have exceeded 1 million deaths as of May 13, 2022 on which the U.S. government flags were lowered at half-mast in tribute. (Note 1) Over 200,000 children have become COVID-19 orphans due to their parents’ or guardians’ deaths. (Note 2) According to WHO’s 2022 report, people felt desperate and broken-hearted due to long-term isolation or death

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Twitter and Free Speech

Edwin Law  2022-06 n mid-April 2022, Elon Musk, the world’s wealthiest businessman and entrepreneur, and Twitter’s board of directors reached a preliminary agreement on a $44 billion acquisition plan. Musk proposed the acquisition less than a month ago and finally got the seemingly improbable deal within a week. However, this acquisition proposal has caused a lot of controversy from all over the world. The rich buying media companies happens quite often in recent history. Since the beginning of the 20th century, the super-rich owning a newspaper is like holding a personal megaphone. One famous example is News Corp, owned by Rupert Murdoch, controlling hundreds of news and media

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Post News report 2022:The protracted battle of Covid-19 Pandemic

Author: Kenneth Li “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I give not as the world gives.  Let not your hearts be troubled, and let not be afraid.” (John 14:27) At the beginning of the new year, I wish you all peace, joy, health and blessings in 2022! “Happy New Year, End to the Pandemic soon !” When relatives and friends bid farewell to the old year and exchange blessings of the New Year, I also would like to wish everyone a happy new year. Anxiety and distress caused by the Covid-19 Pandemic has deeply enveloped the world. It has been 2 years since the

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The Choice between life and death at the end of Days

By: Timothy Tin According to a BBC report, “since 2012, approximately 5 million Afghans fled their homeland and were unable to return, some without homes within the Afghan border, while others fled to neighboring countries to seek shelter” The number of displaced Afghans is ranked as the world’s top third most number of displaced refugees. When the American troops planned to withdraw its forces on August 31, 2021, Afghans were facing the imminent choice between life and death in the great escape of the end times. Those who boarded departing planes from Afghanistan were escorted down the path to peace and stability, but those who could not manage

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The US Withdrawal from Afghanistan

By: Helen Man In August 2021, the United States completely withdrew from Afghanistan, ending the 20-year-old war. President Biden claimed that the withdrawal from Afghanistan would not look the same as the withdrawal from Vietnam; no one would be dragged off the roof of the US embassy; no Americans nor Americans’ friends would be left behind. The President also cited that the US has trained and equipped nearly 300,000 troops in Afghanistan, which is more than enough to deal with the Taliban; and this is a glorious withdrawal. However, what happened after the US military left was that the Afghan government had no intention to defend the country and

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