Human Acts

On May 18, 1980, university students in Gwangju, South Korea began a protest against the new Chun Doo-hwan government, accusing the leader of having staged a coup, and registering their disapproval of his tactics. In response, the government declared Martial Law and soldiers opened fire on crowds of students as well as on the civilians who came…

Does It Matter Who Moved The Cheese?

The cheese is gone! Does it really matter who moved it? Or where it’s been moved to? “Who moved my cheese?” I ask. Why do I think the cheese belonged to me? The only thing that matters is that the cheese is gone and since I wasn’t the one who put it there in the first…