Understanding Youth Conflict And Sustainable Initiative Model (Part 1)
Conflict is a natural phenomenon, it is as old as mankind, and conflict is a state of discord caused by the actual or perceived opposition of needs, values and interests. A conflict can be internal (within oneself) or external (between two or more individuals). Conflict as a concept can help explain many aspects of social life such as social disagreement, conflicts of interests, and fights between individuals, groups, or organizations.China to Become Preeminent Super Power in 2050 – World’s Policeman?
At China’s current growth rate, and considering that the United States will have an inflationary period that will come shortly and the perhaps 10-20 more business cycles between now and when China surpasses the United States’ GDP, it will most likely be much further than originally scheduled. So, let’s look to 2050 and not 2035 or 2040. Many people believe that China could continue its 10% growth rate year-over-year, but that is highly unlikely because there just aren’t enough customers in the world for all that the Chinese are capable of producing.Understanding Youth Conflict And Sustainable Initiative Model (Part 2)
By comparison, more than 62% of the funds allocated to the state are consumed by 38% of the population, vis-a-vis while 62% of local environmental degradation is created by the same 38%, at which point the power and resources is also increasing the concentration of wealth within richest 38%, which amounts to a handful of civil servants and public offer holders. The recurrent imbalances also give rise to the Niger-Delta communities. Two communities in Akwa-Ibom was used by the group, is a case study for the realization of the models already developed so far.Does China Need Radical Change to Grow Globally?
Many contend that China needs to adjust the way they do things in the world, and that there are too many older folks running things now. This is an interesting topic, but one has to ask if indeed, bringing up the next generation to run the nation can be done without a huge amount of friction and civil unrest. Maintaining stability is essential for such a fast growing China, with GDP growth of nearly 10% year-over-year.Hong Kong PolyU Design Annual Show
Every year, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)’s School of Design holds an Annual show featuring students’ works. This year, the school recognized that design is no longer a “one-way street” and that the underlying theme for the show would be “Response”. This was chosen to emphasize communication and interaction in the making of good design. I have compiled a short list of a couple of my favourites from the show.