Toxic Positivity on social media: How to cope with negativity?

A WHO survey reveals that the Asia Pacific region accounts for 48% of all depressed patients worldwide. Participants from all over Asia gathered to discuss and talk about the ways to cope with daily negativity in a healthy manner.

日中関係の「二面性」、コロナ禍で浮き彫りにーー”批判”も含む対話を、文化交流に期待

新型コロナ感染拡大により国境を超えた人的往来が制限される中、留学断念や休学を余儀なくされる学生が増えています。一方で、「繋がり」を絶やすまいと今できることを懸命に模索する学生も。新しい時代の日中文化交流のあり方について、専門家の方々と考えます。

In the bleakest of times, resilience and continuity prevail

A decade in, Dr. Christopher Hobsons reflects on the 3/11 triple disasters, and draws upon similarities with the current pandemic. Highlighting problems of trust and communication, he provides a sober reminder to look for continuity instead of change amidst crises.

Media’s Addiction to “Hate-for-Profit” Will Not Cure The Pandemic

Photo by Kevin Tamasiro by GAURAV LAROIA & JESSICA J. GONZÁLEZ The World Health Organization recently declared that the world isn’t just fighting a pandemic, but also an “infodemic” as people search for trustworthy information to help protect themselves and their loved ones against the coronavirus. But the truth is losing out, as lies proliferate about alleged cures and preventive measures.Continue reading “Media’s Addiction to “Hate-for-Profit” Will Not Cure The Pandemic”