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Written By Pao Jirakulpattana The concept of happiness drives the outcome of most political and economic decisions in Bhutan. King Jigme Singye Wangchuck has clearly articulated his support: “I care less about the gross national product and more about the … Continue reading

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By Hank Shih Physicians are very much like scientists. After observing some signs and symptoms, we make educated guesses at what may be the underlining cause. Depending on the results of some tests, we modify our guesses until we are … Continue reading

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Written by Benjamin Supat As of yesterday, I have been in Ghana for approximately one week. Following a three day period of flight delays, layovers, detours and general uncertainty, I finally arrived in Ghana on June 21st. All the excitement … Continue reading

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Written by Aaron Daines Ghana is quite different.  At first, I was a little overwhelmed.  I arrived 2 days ahead of everybody else, due to planes being delayed – two days of being in a foreign country by myself.  On … Continue reading

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