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Blood and hair: Human bodily materials in the works of Wenda Gu

Blood and hair: Human bodily materials in the works of Wenda Gu...

Human blood, placenta and hair are materials used by artist Wenda Gu to explore issues of humanity, culture and identity. This essay examines four of Gu’s famous creations and the messages conveyed by the use of these bodily materials.

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung
An evaluation of the implementation of communal conservancies in Namibia

An evaluation of the implementation of communal conservancies in Namibia...

The protection of endangered wildlife, such as lions, elephants and zebras, is an urgent issue in the African country of Namibia. While communal conservancies were established to promote sustainable natural resource management, what unintended impacts are these hunting and tourism activities having on the local community?

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung
Weeding out Weed Laws

Weeding out Weed Laws

Innocent blossom or menacing threat? This provocative piece presents the underlying medical, cultural and economic aspects of marijuana prohibition. Is Hong Kong ready for legal weed?

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung
An Enterprise Information System for retail companies’ internal inventory management technology proposal

An Enterprise Information System for retail companies’ internal inventory management technology proposal...

With an aim to improve customer experience and overall business efficiency, this proposal focuses on the application of information systems in the retail sector for management of inventory and daily activities coordination.

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung
Revolution: The Right Way

Revolution: The Right Way

Rampant crime, corrupt politicians, the rich getting richer: Batman may seem like the answer to our problems, but sadly, he is not…

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung
The Mountain or the River?

The Mountain or the River?

This fantasy story depicts a young man’s adventures in a prehistoric yet magical world in which beasts can be friend or foe…

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung
Humanity’s Primal Fears: Interpreting The Fly

Humanity’s Primal Fears: Interpreting The Fly...

In the classic horror film The Fly, the unlucky scientist Seth Brundle undergoes a torturous transformation into a man/fly hybrid. This essay explores how these changes illuminate humanity’s primal fears and mirror the struggles of people with certain degenerative diseases.

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung
Blossom Season and Rainy Days

Blossom Season and Rainy Days

Outside, rain lashed against the roof, while inside, Xu Jiajia faced the washroom mirror with tears running down her face. For this teenage girl, it was a time of struggling, of change, as well as a period of growing and blooming.

posted on: Nov 12, 2017 | author: Dennis Foung