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A local English newspaper ran this headline last Sunday for an article about cars, trucks, roads, injuries and deaths: “Failure to yield cause of accidents.” That headline pushes us to consider the many ways native speakers of English (of the American variety) use the term “yield.”
2015/3/30
I've been contemplating the mix of East and West that we find increasingly prevalent in Taiwan life.
2015/3/22
I once got involved in a “friendly argument” with a friend of my father about the role of history in our lives. The issue was whether younger people (I was a college student at the time) should have to keep listening to old stories about World War II. I was most reluctant to admit to the value of what had occurred yesterday.
2015/3/15
Readers' responses to my columns are interesting to me, and are always a push for deeper reflection. I am grateful for the words several critics have recently posted under my name in the commentary section of The China Post. I want to share some of those words here today.
2015/3/8
The attempted jail break in Kaohsiung Prison that led to the death of six inmates may have occurred nearly a month ago, but the story has not yet ended
2015/3/1
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Question: What is the meaning of “credibility”? A dictionary says, “the quality that someone or something has that makes people believe or trust them.” Well, I am thinking, that makes sense.
2015/2/15
Events occasionally occur in life in ways that all but disarm us. Matters seemingly quite small, even trivial, enter our consciousness, and leave only faint impressions. Then, unexpectedly, whole worlds of meaning come spinning our way.
2015/2/8
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je's booboos this week in remarks about the gift of a pocket watch from the United Kingdom's Minister of State for Transport will hang in the clouds for a spell of time not yet determined.
2015/2/1
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Just the other morning I read of someone trying to do two things at the same time, and winding up making a big mess of everything. It was a guy, I remember, and he was driving a car and, now, what was he trying to do while driving that car? I forget. I know it was a man, not a woman.
2015/1/25
Slow but steady progress has come as I've continued to plow this past week through a mountain of mini-papers (we call them “reflective journals”) my American Literature students have turned in. They hope to get them back on the night of our final exam.
2015/1/18
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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