【Online Forum】 War and Peace: Sharing Narratives in Asia

On the National Liberation day of Korea / India’s independent day / Japan’s memorial day for the end of the war, THE LEADS ASIA held an online forum on the theme of War & Peace. Total 25 participants from 11 countries all over the world, including speakers from North and South East Asian region ofContinue reading “【Online Forum】 War and Peace: Sharing Narratives in Asia”

Is “Schooling from Bed” A Utopia or Dystopia? Reconsidering Education

Participants Amane: Japan Student, currently studying Media Studies at Peking University Junyang: Singapore Teacher, currently teaching in China Ayano: Japan  NPO founder dedicated in Education Jin: Malaysia Yogi/entrepreneur, currently teaching Yoga in Malaysia Syen: South Korea Engineer, currently working in Hong Kong Pem: The Philippines  Currently working at a logistic startup in the Philippines ModeratorContinue reading “Is “Schooling from Bed” A Utopia or Dystopia? Reconsidering Education”

In Times of “Infodemic” Who To Trust, How To React?

THE LEADS ASIA | May 23, 2020    Gatekeepers in the Internet-age is no longer professional journalists but the individual citizens, explains Bill Kovach in his book “Blur” . We as individual citizens are now responsible for gathering credible sources, “editing” and “publishing” on the Internet, Social Media and in text messages.    Whilst the virus isContinue reading “In Times of “Infodemic” Who To Trust, How To React?”