Attitudes toward wear facemasks in public needs to change, and it will

In Canada, Global News has just come out with a story for wearing facemasks in public. We will eventually be changing our attitudes and practice of wearing facemasks in the near future. Studies are showing from Asia that this is a factor why Asian nations have a lower infection rate than Europe and North America. … Continue reading Attitudes toward wear facemasks in public needs to change, and it will

Learn from Korea’s top expert on Coronavirus/Covid-19

This video is a must watch. Stephen Park, YouTube Vlogger at Asian Boss, did an invaluable interview recently with Dr. Woo-Ju Kim, Professor of Infectious Diseases at Korea University, College of Medicine (one of South Korea’s top experts on the Coronavirus). It's already gone viral. He's gone through SARS in 2002, and MERS in 2015. … Continue reading Learn from Korea’s top expert on Coronavirus/Covid-19

Coronavirus ignition to a spiritual awakening

What I'm about to say in this blogpost will be very spiritual so you've got to hold on. I’ve been blogging lots on our current situation with this Coronavirus pandemic. It has affected every single person. As long as you haven’t been living under a rock, I'm sure it's affected you in some way too. … Continue reading Coronavirus ignition to a spiritual awakening

Wearing face masks in Asia

A health official checks temperature of incoming passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok, Thailand on 9 March 2020 (AFP) When Asia was in the thick of Covid-19, to not wear a mask in public was seen as inconsiderate. It's like how we might see others who fail to sneeze into their own sleeve if we're not … Continue reading Wearing face masks in Asia

Hope exists – even in our suffering

We might be asking ourselves, when is this Covid-19 pandemic going to end? We might be bored out of wit’s end and stuck in our home in isolation but around the world there are other negative events happening this week. A Kenyan farmer tried to dispel desert locusts in a village east of Nairobi last … Continue reading Hope exists – even in our suffering

Marriage after Corona/Covid-19

Hi, I'm Kevin. I want to share a part of my life’s story in the blogosphere. It'll be a longer read than usual.  I grew up seeing my parents suffer together.  When I was a young kid in Vancouver, my father raised the family (my Mom, brother and me) by working two or three part-time … Continue reading Marriage after Corona/Covid-19

When This is Over

Self-isolation has effected many people, if not everyone. I saw this online so I'm sharing this to encourage others out there. You might be feeling the same. "When this is over, may we never again take for granted:A handshake with a stranger, full shelves at the store, conversations with neighbors, a crowded theatre... Friday night out, … Continue reading When This is Over