Chicago's public art display asks viewers to consider how they can become a beacon for access and inclusion for people with disabilities. (Image:  Monica Song / Vision Times)

Shining a Light on Access and Inclusion

Fifty-one 6 foot lighthouse sculptures on Chicago’s famed North Michigan Avenue will catch the public’s eye and capture their hearts this summer. Millions of visitors will see the diverse art display that asks the question: “How can I be a…

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A Breathtaking Ancient Trail

Nestled between Pingtung  County (屏東縣) in southern Taiwan and Taitung County (台東縣) in the east, the Alangyi Ancient Trail (阿塱壹古道) used to be an important route for aboriginal tribes for…

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The Forgetful Husband

Once, there was a man with a very bad memory. He would forget to stop when he was walking and forget to get up when he was resting.

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Human Influence Has Been Detected in Changing Seasons

For the first time, scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and five other organizations have shown that human influences significantly impact the size of the seasonal cycle of temperature…

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A Humble Husband and Gong Huan

During the Spring and Autumn Period of Chinese history, sages would often rely on a recommendation in order to gain the attention of the Duke, or Gong. Ning Qi (甯戚)…

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An Interesting Arrangement for a New Era

Do you believe in predestined relationships? In the East, a predestined relationship is called “yuan fen.” It is the idea that all the events people encounter during their lives were…