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Newsletter: 2021 March

“Knowledge is what makes things enjoyable. The more you know, the better, so that enjoyment and enthusiasm can resolve into innovation.” – Pedro Duque, Spanish astronaut, 1963 – “Tango, Delta” – “Touchdown confirmed!” After travelling nearly 300 million miles, NASA’s Perseverance spacecraft landed on Mars on 18th Feb 2021. By now, you likely have seen images…
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Newsletter: 2021 February

“Since you yourself are one of the parts that serve to perfect a social system, let your every action contribute to the perfecting of social life” – Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor, 121-180 CE – We, human, are social creatures. This month, more than 1.4 billion people (yes, that is ~ 20% of the world’s population)…
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Newsletter: 2021 January

“Let all your efforts be directed to something, let it keep that end in view.” – Seneca, Roman Stoic philosopher, c. 4 BCE -65 CE – I hope Seneca’s wisdom above will help us kick-start 2021! Having an end in the plan does not guarantee one will reach it, but not having it in mind…
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Newsletter: 2020 December

“For auld lang syne, my dear, for auld lang syne, we’ll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne.” – Robert Burns, Scottish poet and lyricist, 1759-1796 – Year after year, when December is here, it reminds us it is time to reflect and plan. While 2020 has undoubtedly been a challenging year…
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Newsletter: 2020 November

“How could you have a soccer team if all were goalkeepers? How would it be an orchestra if all were French horns?” – Desmond Tutu, Archbishop, Nobel Peace laureate 1931- The falling leaves drift by the window, the autumn leaves of red and gold…November is always the month when the deep voices of Nat King…
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Newsletter: 2020 October

“When we enlarge our view of the world, we deepen our understanding of our own lives.” – Yo-Yo Mah (1955 – ), American cellist. This year, October begins with the mid-autumn/mooncake festival (1st). Celebrated since the early Shang Dynasty (1600-1046 BC) as a harvest ritual, today, families and friends gathered around, enjoyed offerings (tea, wine,…
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