Global Ties U.S. Exchange Matters – National Affiliate

Global Ties U.S., one of our national affiliates released the July/August edition of their newsletter, ExchangeMatters! Click here to see: 2014-July-August-Global-Ties-Newsletter_final

In this issue:

Go inside the U.S. Department of State Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy in an interview with Executive Director Katherine Brown.

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer, and learn how the civil rights movement inspires activists at home and abroad.


Global Ties U.S. Exchange Matters – National Affiliate — 1 Comment

  1. 我是第一位RE BITTERMELON 的匿名,之後都無回應過,直至現在 ,我想先感謝BITTERMELON 有心的回應 , 我或許之前有一点EMOTIONAL , 但我所講是否事實,就讓時間去證明 首先, 我可以講日本的今日就是香港的未來, Most resources are in the hand of the elder geneoatirn . Young people are never independent because they are not financially free. Accomodation cost exceeds the wage of an average professional because the capital gain will skyrocket in the market bubble. You can still say you need more data to prove it.What I can tell you is more traces of Japan have shown in HK. I could even tell you is that teenagers nowaday has lost ‘hope’ when they understand education has become a game to those who can pay for it. No matter how bad a student do in public exam, they can still enter university by sending them to Australia , Britain and USA. When they come back , they are often armed with a title that they speak fluent English or whatsoever. That’s what my tutorial students told me. How desperate they are. If you say Hong Kong Has never changed, I could tell you it has become a playground for the rich but not a ‘dreamland’ like before. I won t leave any comment . So please don t mistake any other anonymous man to be me.

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