Year: 2020

The Glass Ceiling in the Western Music Industry

The Glass Ceiling in the Western Music Industry

After delving into the phenomena of Racism and Discrimination in the Western music industry, I now take my stand and opinions on the subject matter. The division in the music industry is not a new one, nor would any amount of effort to change it entirely. Read on to understand more behind the highlighted phenomena.

The Rise of Cyber Threats in Southeast Asia

The Rise of Cyber Threats in Southeast Asia

Can we confidently say that ASEAN is ready to radically adopt technology across MSMEs and businesses? Connectivity in ASEAN is greatly fragmented and implementing technology will be a great feat. Cyber illiteracy and lack of information to business owners seem to be the biggest hurdle in the process of digitising ASEAN. That said, the ASEAN Digital Masterplan and ASEAN Connectivity 2025 hopes to serve and guide member states in transitioning into this emerging digital age.

Why Should the Right to Die Be Respected as Much as the Right to Live?

Why Should the Right to Die Be Respected as Much as the Right to Live?

When someone dies a “hero”, the individual is usually held in high regards by society. When one decides to determine their time of death with their own hands, they are instead frowned upon. Why is there a double standard upon the same concept – death? And why should society be more accepting to the idea of euthanasia and assisted suicide?

K-Pop’s Struggle in the West

K-Pop’s Struggle in the West

Despite having gained recognition and success worldwide, Korean artists still experience a glass ceiling due to the racism and discrimination rampant in the Western music industry. These artists are only acknowledged as successful when they accomplish extraordinary achievements, while others are not subjected to these standards.

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