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March 2018

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Table of Contents

Recap of February…………………………….02 Movies in March 2018……………………….05 March Horoscopes…………………………....08 Horoscope Of the month: Pisces…………14 Herbs……………………………......................17 10 (Fun) Facts about Cats…………………..24 Current Affairs with Johnny, ……...........29 the soon to be Diplomat

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Recap of February Yu-Lou Wei (Maggie) February is suppose to be the shortest month of the year, so shouldn’t it be the most calm, peaceful, and uneventful one? This year, at least, proved entirely different.

February 6, 2018 A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck the province of Hualien in the northeast of Taiwan just 10 days prior to the Chinese New Year. Hualien is famous for its Taroko Gorge, the largest national park in Taiwan, and for its beautiful nature scenery. The earthquake was shallow and centered only around 21 km north of the city of Hualien in the East China Sea. Rescue teams worked for days to try to rescue civilians stuck under toppled buildings, risking their lives to go in nearly-collapsed structures despite constant aftershocks throughout Hualien. The building most affected by the earthquake was the Marshall Hotel and the Yun Tsui Apartment, where it is said the 4th floor became the 1st floor after the collapse. Both buildings were dangerously tilting on one side, and are now being removed. The last two casualties were removed from the Yun Tsui Apartment on February 25, 2018. During the rescue efforts, aids from both Taiwanese citizens and international allies and friends were overwhelming and heartwarming. A food-truck drove all over from YiLan, another province of Taiwan, to provide food to the rescue teams on site all throughout the crucial 72

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hours of rescue. A Japanese rescue team came into Taiwan 3 days after the earthquake to help search for survivors. Taiwanese companies, including Foxconn, the Formosa Plastics, the Pegatron Corp., and the Cathay Financial Holdings Co., donated a sum of more than 800,000,000 NTD to help with reconstruction and civilian aid.

February 9, 2018 TCIS celebrated our annual Chinese New Year celebration. This year was a huge success, from the performances in the morning to the booths in the afternoon, to a full demonstration of Taiwanese food culture that was on display!

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Mr. Suhat and representatives from the Taipei Cultural and Economic Office

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February 14, 2018 Valentines Day this year was during Chinese New Year, and just one day before the Chinese New Year’s Eve! There was much anticipation for the Chinese New Year in Asia, and excitement flowed around. It would be heartless to not mention, however, on February 14th, a mass shooting conducted by Nikolas Jacob Cruz in Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 high school students. The shooting lasted 6 minutes, but casualties and mental torment of students was immense. Cruz was arrested 1 hour and 20 minutes after the shooting. After the shooting, survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School formed the Never Again MSD advocacy group. The students spoke out for gun control to prevent another school shooting, and have received support from people all across America and throughout the globe. Almost 200 colleges in America, including Harvard, MIT, and the University of Florida have added their names to the #NeverAgain Colleges to commit themselves to defending and supporting the movement.

February 19, 2018 - Back to TCIS! This past month was, in the least, extremely unnerving. However, we must remember as we head into March that from past events of natural and human disasters, it is crucial that we learn something from it. Emotions that were incited can not be forgotten; solutions and improvements should be the focus. Remember the courageous students, rescue teams, and support when people and nations get together. We should strive not only for a better month, but for a better future.

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Movies in March 2018 Pornnapa Huang (Coco) The film industry has gone through progressive changes in recent years with movements such as #OscarsSoWhite and #TimesUp. With these events, it’s no surprise movies grew to have more diversity and awareness, although there are still issues within the industry. After the Golden Globe Awards, there are plenty of award-winning films to watch in Thai theaters! Without further ado, here are some movies that you should definitely keep an eye on this month. (Release dates are all according to www.majorcineplex.com)

Catch Them Before They Go! The Shape of Water* (February 1, 2018) Set during the Cold War era in the United States, this movie features an interspecies romance of a mute woman and an aquatic creature. Directed by Guillermo del Toro, the plot sends a message of love with no boundaries. It’s a definite must-see as the film features quirky references and diverse characters in a historical setting.

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Black Panther (February 14, 2018) Ever since appearing in Captain Ame-rica: Civil War, the royal superhero Black Panther finally has an opportunity to shine in his own movie. It’s also important to note that this phenomenal movie is known to be one of the few to have a Blackmajority cast and creators. As a part of the Mar vel Cinematic Universe with a soundtrack by Kendrick Lamar, it’s no wonder that this movie is well known in pop culture.

Lady Bird* (February 15, 2018) In this coming-of-age movie, the plot centers around the ups and downs in a mother-daughter relationship. Christine “Lady Bird” McPherson is a unique and funny teenager who is experiencing her senior year after moving away with her mother. Set in the 90s, the visuals of the film bring back nostalgia and relatable themes of teenage life no matter how young or old the viewers are.

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Up and Coming A Wrinkle In Time (March 15, 2018) A Disney movie with stunning visuals and unique plot, the movie has a cost a whopping $300 million dollars, and it’s the first movie in history to have an African American director with a movie budget that high. The film has magical elements of a Disney movie, but it also has a variety of characters that can inspire children who watch the film as well. Love, Simon (March 15, 2018) Based on the popular young adult book Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli, the movie creates a different approach to teen movies with a gay protagonist. Its humor focuses on the struggles of being in the closet. Not to mention, it’s a romance and drama movie with a twist, so it’s a must-watch!

*This notes that the movie is nominated in the 75th Golden Globe Awards.

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March Horoscopes Taurak Uppaputthangkul (Pink)

Earth Signs: Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn • Conservative and Realistic • Emotional, Practical, Loyal Taurus: If you feel like your usual routine is getting dull on the 1st, do something! There’s always something new to add. By the “financially oriented” 5th, you are going to want to count your money and check your bank balance. Talk to your nearest and dearest about whatever is on your mind on the 10th, 11th and 12th. They’ll help you see the lighter side of things! Virgo: You and your partner might be considering investing in something on the 1st. It’s a good idea, but be sure you’ve thought it all out thoroughly before you start using that card. By the 4th and 5th, you might be enjoying a good dinner with your family!

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Finish up outstanding projects rather than starting new ones on the 10th, 11th and 12th. By the 17th, 18th and 19th, exploit each day to its fullest! People around you are going to love you, especially on the 25th and 26th. Spend time with your family, again, on the 31st. It’ll be great! Capricorn: Start a new project or idea on the 1st! Whatever it is that you have wanted to do, now is definitely the time to do it. By romantic 6th and 7th, you could be starting a love! Put your creativity to good use on the 10th, 11th and 12th. If something has been bothering you, it is time to deal with it on the 17th, 18th and 19th. Don’t be prodigal on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Be as detached and fair as possible when making a judgment on the 29th and 30th. Your great ideas will take on a life of their own on the 31st.

Water Signs: Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces • Emotional and Sensitive • Intuitive and Mysterious Cancer: Think carefully before arguing on the 1st. By the 4th and 5th, something might be challenging you, but fight it off. Be aware of you food 10th, 11th or 12th. Go for the dish you’ve never tried before, if you have a choice. By the 15th and 16th, you should be socializing as much as you possibly can. You have a well deserved success on the 20th or 21st and you really should enjoy it! Communicate, and plenty of opportunities will come your way on the 25th and 26th. Keep your good energy going with a great workout on the 31st.

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Scorpio: Think things carefully through on 1st. By the 2nd and 3rd, the answer will be crystal clear, and you’ll be pleased with your choice. Romance and creativity are coming your way on the 10th, 11th and 12th. Be sure to be mentally prepared before doing anything on the 17th, 18th or 19th. By the 22nd, 23rd or 24th, you could generate conflict with your boss if you aren’t careful. You might get some good news from someone who really, really likes you on the 29th or 30th. Don’t take unnecessary risks on the 31st. Pisces: If you’ve been struggling with a relationship issue, the 1st is a good day to start with a clean slate. By the 4th and 5th, it’s going to pay off for you to go into things with as much awareness as possible. You’re in luck, and in love, on the 10th, 11th and 12th. Take some time out for a little rest and relaxation on the 17th, 18th and 19th. Reconsider your health routine on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Don’t take what they are dishing out on the 29th and 30th. It’s ridiculous. The boss is on your side on the 31st.

Air Signs: Gemini, Libra, Aquarius • Rational and Social • Friendly, Intellectual, and Analytical

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Gemini: You are going to be fun, bright, and enthusiastic on the 1st. Be open to new ideas on the 4th and 5th. Exploit your creativity on the 10th, 11th and 12th. You’ll feel great. Everything is going your way (romantically) on the 17th, 18th and 19th. By the 22nd and 23rd, offer some of your thoughts if there is an opportunity. The best thing you can do on the 27th is share your thoughts as clearly as possible. Then watch for great results! Something deep is shifting, slowly but surely, on the 31st. Libra: You going to have a pretty terrific day on the 1st. By the 4th and 5th, you should get to that singing lesson! Working out your vocal cords will give you a boost. Go for a jog on 10th, 11th or 12th, and invite that someone as well. Your fabulous energy makes you a joy to be around on the 17th, 18th and pretty much every other day. Get creative on the 22nd, 23rd and 24th. People around you are going to realize how awesome you are on the 27th and 28th. Communicate exactly how you feel on the 31st! Aquarius: Your intelligence is on point on the 1st. You’ll solve problems along the way, just don’t forget to listen to your heart as well. By the 4th and 5th, you have some awfully amazing ideas that cover an impressively wide range of topics. You and them are getting along really, really well on the 8th and 9th.You just might start a revolution with your radical ideas on the 13th

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and 14th. You will experience a lot of chemistry on the 17th, 18th and 19th. Keep your cool as you make a business decision on the 25th and pay close attention to all the details. Connect on the 31st.

Fire Signs: Aries, Leo, Sagittarius • Passionate, Dynamic, and Temperamental • Intelligent, Self-Aware, Creative, Idealistic Aries: On the 1st, you’d be well advised to look around and think about what others want and need. After all, if your wants are exactly what their needs are, you wouldn’t have to compromise. You’re ready to explore on the 4th and 5th. Frustration isn’t always a bad thing in the long run, so don’t grumble too much on the 10th. Enjoy the great news you get on the 13th and 14th! By the emotional 20th and 21st, you might have to do some soul searching. Why not make an appointment on the 25th or 26th? You’re all about action and exploration, again, on the 31st. Leo: On the 1st, your bond between you and your significant other is stronger than ever! Look for lots of romance on the 4th and 5th. By the 10th, 11th and 12th, you should be careful. What you see is definitely not necessarily what you get. Go to a lecture to get your brain nice and stimulated on the 17th and 18th. You’ll be glad you did! You’ll win the jackpot on the 22nd, 23rd or 24th. If you want to go outside on the 29th and 30th, do it! More romance appears in your life on the 31st.

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Sagittarius: On the 1st, don’t be surprised if you get a ton of platonic love letters from your friends; they just love you that much. Everything is going pretty awesomely on the 4th and 5th. Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy! If you are feeling exhausted on the 10th, 11th or 12th, get some rest. Don’t be afraid to tell it like you see it on the 15th and 16th. People will appreciate how honest you are! By the 20th and 21st of March 2018, you might not get along with a colleague; keep your cool on the 25th and 26th. By the 31st you are flying high, and loving every minute of it.

Works Cited “Zodiac Signs, Dates, Meanings and Characteristics.” Astrology-Zodiac-Signs, http://www.astrology-zodiacsigns.com. Accessed on 1 Mar. 2018.

“Horoscope - March 2018 Monthly Horoscope.” Astrology Club, http://astrologyclub.org/horoscope-2018/ march-horoscope-2018/. Accessed on 1 Mar. 2018.

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Horoscope Of the month: Pisces Chia-Wen Hsu (Gill) & An-Ni Liao (Annie) Time period: February 18 – March 20 Element: Water Ruling Planet: Neptune Symbol: Fish Sign Ruler: Jupiter (ancient), Neptune (modern)

Celebrities and Famous People: • Albert Einstein Mar/14 • Steve Jobs Feb/24 • George Washington Feb/22 • Justin Bieber Mar/1

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Character Traits: In our opinion, we think they are “artistic,” ( I know that most of the people are artistic even if they are not Pisces…) but in their own unique way. Let’s bring up an example: Justin Bieber. Despite the fact that he has created controversy and chaos, we still have to admit that he’s really talented and important in the music industry. Another trait that we want to point out is their “sensitive” emotion, and “creativity”. We all knew that Steve Jobs got kicked out from his own company before. Later on, they found out the fact that no one could replace Job’s intelligent abilities and creative ideas, so he was back with a huge success and huge impact to our society. Even though people often criticize them f0r various reasons, they could still believe in their faith, and kept on doing what they have talent and passion to. These people must have huge sacrifices to reach success and impact the new generation. If they can offer such a sacrifice for us and themselves, then why are we attacking them with nonsense?

Compatibility with other horoscopes: Let’s not set any limits for compatibility, because you could love anyone without caring if their horoscope matches with yours. However, there are some suggestions that Pisces would get along with the following… • Water (Scorpio & Cancer) - Most people agree that horoscopes that belong to the same element can get along nicely. • Earth (Capricorn & Taurus) - Earth needs Water… (what a nice explanation…)

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Anyways, it doesn’t matter what horoscope you/they are, the most important thing is to love what you love no matter what. đ&#x;˜Š

What We Conclude on Pisces (in one sentence): A professional in what they love, and most attractive for the emotions...

Interesting stories about them: “I have a friend who’s Pisces, and often times I see passion in their eyes‌ it’s not easy to see a person who’s that engaged on what their doing‌â€? “She’s not the funniest person, however, she’s humorous in her own wayâ€? “Oh‌ she’s Caring‌ nice‌ and sometimes clumsy too‌â€?

How they see themselves: “I find myself generally quiet and conservative. Although I must say that my mind never seems to stop. It buzzes persistently with my thoughts and imagination. Still, water truly seems to run deep, especially for the ‘fish’ zodiac‌â€?

Do you have Pisces friends? Do they have similar traits as those famous people? Hope you like this article, and you are always welcome to share your comments & ideas with us! We’ll see you in April!!

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Herbs Ying-Hsin Lian (Eve)

Healing 1. Camomile • Parts Used: Flower blossoms • Purpose: Calms your nervous tummy • 2. Lemon Balm • Parts Used: Leaves • Purpose: Helps when you’re tired and can’t calm down 3. Mint • Parts used: Leaves • Purpose: Helps get rid of tummy aches with lots of gas 4. Cinnamon • Parts used: Bark • Purpose: Warms you up 5. Elder • Parts Used: Flowers and berries • Purpose: Helps you when you have a cold

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6. Anise • Parts Used: Seeds • Purpose: Relief for cough and stomachaches

Cooking 1. Basil • Parts Used: Leaves • Use in Cooking: Add the leaves in the end for max flavor and also because they turn brown easily. It is bruised easily, so try to use the leaf as a whole, or tear gently. • Perfect for: Sauce, sandwiches, homemade pizza 2. Bay Leaves • Parts Used: Leaf • Use in Cooking: They’re usually used dried to reduce their bitterness. It is commonly used in chicken soup. Bay leaves may help relieve upset stomachs. • Perfect for: Soup, stew, and sautéed dishes 3. Mint • Parts Used: Leaves • Use in Cooking: To add a refreshing taste to dishes. It can aid digestion and can even soothe dehydration. • Perfect for: Mojitos, eaten with lamb, or added to chocolate

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4. Rosemary • Parts Used: The needle parts • Use in Cooking: Often used in mashed potatoes or soaked in oil. Make sure to strip the needles off of them before chopping and adding to dishes. Rosemary has a kind of acid in it that can help limit weight gain and improve cholesterol levels. • Perfect for: Potatoes or poultry dishes 5. Sage • Parts Used: Leaf • Use in Cooking: There is a high level of antioxidants in sage and it helps lower risk for cardiovascular diseases. It also helps fight pain! • Perfect for: Brussels sprouts, anything using brown butter, roasted squash, rich or creamy dishes, sausage 6. Thyme • Parts Used: Leaf • Use in Cooking: The tiny leaves are most often used in French cooking. You have to make sure to strip all leaves off unless you’re using it to flavor things and remove it before serving. It is also known for its antioxidant contents. • Perfect for: Stews, rice dishes, dips, and sauces

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Magic 1. Rosemary Used as incense and essential oil in religious ceremonies. Helps with strengthening the memory and brain. Sometimes presented as gifts to wedding guests since rosemary is also associated to love. Also used as protection from evil spirits. It was burned in houses where people died from illness. How to Use: • Hang bundles on your front door to prevent harmful people from entering. • Mix with juniper berries and burn in a sickroom to promote healthy recovery. 2. Purslane Associated with protection and sometimes sleep. In parts of Africa, it is used for purification before and after rituals. It has been used as food and medicine. How to Use: • Carry it in your pocket to protect yourself from magic attacks or physical harm. • Strew it around your bed for a night of restful sleep, without nightmares.

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3. Sandalwood It’s more of a wood than an herb, but oh well! These are used in many religious rituals, aromatherapy, and also in medicine. How to Use: • Write what you wish for with a stick of sandalwood and then burn it. As it burns, your wish will be carried to the heavens on the drifting smoke. 4. Lavender Often associated to love spells and bringing calm and peace. It is also used in medicine. The oil of it is used to keep wounds clean and avoid infection. How to Use: • Carry lavender flowers in a sachet on your person to bring love your way. • You can also hang stalks in your home to bring love. • You can stuff your pillow with sprigs of lavender if you want a good night’s rest full of good dreams. • Can be used in baths. 5. Chamomile It is known as a herb of purification and protection. It can be used in incenses in sleep and meditation.

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How to Use: • Sprinkle it around your house to ward off a magical or psychic attack. • It is a lucky flower and is worn around hair to attract a lover. • Carry some in your pocket for good fortune. 6. Basil It is known for its culinary uses, but it can also be used for magical purposes. It can be used to guarantee faithfulness or detect the lack of it. How to Use: • If you think your lover is cheating on you, place a fresh basil leaf on their hand. If it wilts right away, there is a high chance that they have been cheating. • To keep your partner faithful, sprinkle powdered basil in the bed while they sleep, especially around the heart.

And that concludes my guide to herbs! I hope this will help you and bring out the spring fairy living inside you. After all, it is spring! ♡

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Works Cited “Introduction to Herbs for Kids: Meet My Friend, Herb!” Herbal Academy, 28 Jan. 2016, theherbalacademy.com/ introduction-to-herbs-for-kids-meet-my-friend-herb/. McDermott, Nicole. “The Ultimate Guide to Fresh Herbs.” Greatist, Greatist, 6 June 2016, greatist.com/health/herbguide. “The Smart Witch: Herbalism.” Thesmartwitch, www.thesmartwitch.com/The_Smart_Witch_Herbalism.html. Wigington, Patti. “Learn the Basics of Magical Herbs.” ThoughtCo, www.thoughtco.com/all-about-magicalherbalism-2562039. “Herbalism in Magic.” CORE SPIRIT, 19 Nov. 2015, www.corespirit.com/herbalism-in-magic/.

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10 (Fun) Facts about Cats Phimkanya Liu (Gib)

1. Now I know why cats are stuck on the trees‌

2.Woof? Meow!

3. Cats were our bosses since when!? “The carefully interred remains of a human and a cat were found buried with seashells, polished stones, and other decorative artifacts in a 9,500-year-old grave site on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus. This new find, from the Neolithic village of

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Shillourokambos, predates early Egyptian art depicting cats by 4,000 years or more.” (news.nationalgeographic.com)

4.A whole new world space~ (to conquer) “The first cat in space was a French cat named Felicette (a.k.a. “Astrocat”) In 1963, France blasted the cat into outer space. Electrodes implanted in her brains sent neurological signals back to Earth. She survived the trip.” (factretriever.com)

5. Let’s get countin’

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6.A cat life well-lived

7. Cat flap… “Isaac Newton invented the cat flap. Newton was experimenting in a pitch-black room. Spithead, one of his cats, kept opening the door and wrecking his experiment. The cat flap kept both Newton and Spithead happy.” (factretriever.com)

8.What’s the meaning of this? “Cats don't actually meow at each other, just at humans. Cats typically will spit, purr, and hiss at other cats.” (factretriever.com)

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9.That’s obviously why cats seem… fluid “A cat has no collarbone, so it can fit through any opening the size of its head.” (factretriever.com)

10.Finally, last but not least… “In the 1930s, two Russian biologists discovered that color change in Siamese kittens depend on their body temperature. Siamese cats carry albino genes that work only when the body temperature is above 37ºC (98° F). If these kittens are left in a very warm room, their points won’t darken and they will stay a creamy white.” (factretriever.com)

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Citations: National Geographic, National Geographic Society, news.nationalgeographic.com/news/ 2004/04/0408_040408_oldestpetcat.html. “100 Interesting Facts about Cats.” Interesting Facts, www.factretriever.com/cat-facts.

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Current Affairs with Johnny, the soon to be Diplomat Jirapat Tangittipalakorn (Johnny)

From the tension between North Korea and the United States of America, what will happen in the future, and how do we find solution to the problem?” Since the end of the cold war in 1950s, one of the problematic regions of the Korean Peninsula has been an ongoing problem, and no peace treaty has been signed by both Koreas (North and South).

A brief summary on South and North Korea: The world is divided into 3 groups of countries. The Communists (Soviets), The Democratic (USA and their allies), and the Neutral (Switzerland). As World War II ended, The Soviets and The USA were agreeing on who owns what, who gets what, and most importantly who is the strongest… (Let me tell you, this doesn’t end well). Long story short, Korea was broken into two countries: the North influenced by the Soviet and the South being supported by the USA. This is what we call a “proxy war” – meaning, fighting a war on foreign ground. Anyways, they kept fighting for 50 years, and the border was drawn on the DMZ, or the “demilitarized zone,” which is very militarized :| and from that point onwards South Korea continuously grow as one of the biggest economies of the Asia Pacific region; on the other hand, the Soviet Union kind of just fell apart because there’s no food and food is important. Anyways…

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North Korea has no one to support, and they just have their supreme Kim leaders to lead the country for decades. I told you that there were not any concrete plans to deal with the situation and the dispute between two Korean territories some think this might lead to violence in the future. In these few decades, North Korea has been developing their own nuclear weapons because you know it is scary when the other Korea is being supported by the country to invent nuclear weapons in the first place The North Koreans did this to establish themselves as a superpower, and to have a tool for their negotiation in the future. However, the US was panicking and were trying to put North Korea under pressure by sanctions and nuclear threats from our good ol’ friend Donald J. Trump! Yay! (insert rolled eyes emoji here). From the direction of two radical leaders, violence might break out in the Asia-pacific region: that’s us… oh kay. For example, the North Koreans became mad at the Philippines because they are so good of friends with USA. Moreover, affecting the economy of our region in terms of shipping routes, tourism, etc…. Let’s not forget that these countries have allies, so let’s go back to World War II - how did the British join WWII? Hmmmmmmm… yeah, it was because the Germans invaded Belgium and Belgium was friends with the British, bringing them into war. This is a threat to countries in our region as the U.S is allies with South Korea, Japan, and Philippines. While North Korea has its old commie friends: China and Russia. How do we fix this… I’m no diplomat, but maybe in the future I will be. We have to solve this problem in the most diplomatic way, which is negotiating: bilateral discussion or arbitration. The cooperation between two nations in terms of security might lessen the tension in the region, as the neighboring

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countries are living in constant fear as they are both pointing their nuclear weapons, capable of killing millions of people, at each other. Secondly, in the case that they do not approach a common ground, international sanctions might need to be imposed on North Korea for the safety of the nations. For peace and wellbeing of both countries and the world, they should leave behind their different pasts and look towards the future of the world.

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This Issue’s Howlers Ms. Daina Petronis Advisor and Editor

Yu-Lou Wei (Maggie) Editor and Reporter

Taurak Uppaputthangkul (Pink) Editor and Columnist

Jirapat Tangittipalakorn (Johnny) Columnist

Ying-Hsin Lian (Eve) Columnist

Pornnapa Huang (Coco) Columnist

Grace N. Tirabassi Layout designer

Chern-tay Shih (Kevin) Cover Artist

An-Ni Liao (Annie) Columnist

Phimkanya Liu (Gib) Columnist

Chia-Wen Hsu (Gill) Columnist

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March 2018 - The Howl TCIS  

TCIS's newspaper club's March edition.

March 2018 - The Howl TCIS  

TCIS's newspaper club's March edition.

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