Blog post by: Pragathy Krishnan Thanks Pragathy for your contribution and your good tips! During quarantine, it is important to maintain good physical and mental health by keeping a consistent routine. If you are having trouble to figure out what you should do during your free time, here are some activities that you can try out: … Continue reading How do you spend your time during Quarantine?
We are accepting article contributions right now! Our first contributor is John Brooks, a marketing graduate from Humber College with an expertise in amusement park operations. We will soon see more articles from him! (Canada's Wonderland front entrance during Season Pass Sneak Preview Night. 2019, John Brooks) With COVID-19 (Coronavirus) affecting the health of thousands … Continue reading COVID-19 Affects Seasonal Amusement Parks in North America
As an Asian-Canadian, I often felt uncomfortable being reminded of the virus every so often. I remember settling down during Student Success class in college. I was well prepared and anxious for the next lesson. The professor, arranging her material and uploading her PowerPoint, starts her lesson with something different. It wasn’t the usual summary … Continue reading Coronavirus Experience from an Asian Canadian
North Korea means home. The citizens feel a sense of belonging, unity and nationalism among the community. Despite the country’s political shortcomings, the nation boasts its culture by hosting events that attract thousands of foreigners. But what is the country really like? During pandemic outbreaks, the people who live outside of North Korea continue to ponder … Continue reading Coronavirus in North Korea
It was just a new year when it all began. The last time we recalled such an epidemic was in 2003, which was the SARs outbreak. From SARs to coronavirus, our public health system has become more responsive and rapid to such events. However, are their responses quick enough? If such a pandemic continues, how … Continue reading Coronavirus: What are the macro effects?
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