Urbanized countries, such as Korea, are well aware of the importance of education. The passion toward education is so fierce in Korea, specifically, that numerous media—comedy programs, news broadcasts, movies, satires—warn this phenomenon as “overheated.” Compared to Korea, the emphasis on education in Pakistan is almost nonexistent. Instead, children are often spotted working as laborers….
Author: Hanbin Oh
Theia’s New Challenge: a mission trip to Philippines
If you believe in Christianity, you must have heard about or actually experienced the activity called the mission trip: the trip organized by the religious group to spread its ideology. In Asia Pacific International School, the community service club for teaching blind elementary students called “Theia” is currently preparing for the eleven day Christian mission…
Poor Animals In Need: Appeals to Pet Lovers
When Eun Jung (grade 12) and Joanna Kim (grade 11) first entered the door of the veterinary, Pet Doctor, they had never imagined themselves to found the club that would later increase students’ awareness about abandoned animals. Hanbin OhMore Posts
The First Lunar Eclipse in 11 Years…Next One Comes After 2018
At the Han River’s riverside on 11:30 P.M., people gathered to gaze up at the night sky. Hanbin OhMore Posts
APIS Spirit Week: Seniority Applied?
From November 14th to 18th, high school students of Asia Pacific International School (APIS) enjoyed the Spirit Week organized by the Student Representative Council (SRC). Hanbin OhMore Posts
Sleeping Less Is Not Always Rewarding
Students’ sleeping in class is not an anomaly when looking at the students’ sleeping hours (survey data of seventy Asia Pacific International School (APIS) students and its faculty members). Average sleeping hour (ASH) of APIS students—5 hours—was three to four hours lower than recommended sleep requirements set up by Lewistown Hospital1—8.5~9.5 hours—and one hour…