SG Household Income Statistics

I was reading this article called Household incomes, living standards have gone up on The Straits Times after dinner. There were actually lots of information about Singapore’s recent household income. I was thinking that it might be useful for my essays in the future, so I shared it here in case if it would be useful […]

The Rationale for the Acts of the Khmer Rouge

During their four years in power, the Khmer Rouge executed selected groups of people (like bankers, lawyers, teachers, doctors, etc.) who they believed to be enemies of the state or revolution. People who they perceived to be intellectuals or even those that had stereotypical signs of learning, such as wearing glasses, were killed. The official […]

Caution! IGCSE approaching!

It is the second week since I went back from Guangzhou. My day times are all fully packed with school lessons and tuition: at 8 school starts, and after 300 I went back to home to do some Physics and Math tuition homework (just to prepare for IGCSE) until 1030. It is quite hard for […]

Slavery’s long effects on Africa

By Will Ross BBC News, Ghana About 12m Africans were forced onto European slave ships Between the 15th and 19th Centuries, it is estimated that up to 12m Africans were forced onto European slave ships and taken across the Atlantic. Two hundred years after the British parliament voted to abolish the trade, the effects on Africa […]

The Transatlantic Trade

The Transatlantic Trade is the trade between Europe, America and Africa across the Atlantic Ocean starting from the 16th to the 19th century. There are three main stages of the Transatlantic slave trade: Africa sold slaves to The Caribbean, America sold raw materials to Europe and Europe trade the manufactured goods to West Africa. The […]