CGTN: Japan must apologize for Nanjing

In my latest editorial for CGTN, I explain why Japan still owes China a legitimate apology for what happened at Nanjing. The numbers associated with what took place during that roughly six-week period are staggering. War crimes tribunals formed soon after the end of World War II offered grisly conclusions: approximately 300,000 Chinese people - … Continue reading CGTN: Japan must apologize for Nanjing

BBC Sport: IOC official dismisses concerns of Japanese people, says Summer Olympics are a go

I wonder if any IOC official has the guts to speak face to face with Japanese citizens, or if they'll remain walled off from them? I think we know the answer after reading this. "All of the plans that we have in place to protect the safety and security of athletes and the people of … Continue reading BBC Sport: IOC official dismisses concerns of Japanese people, says Summer Olympics are a go

Higher education’s moral responsibility to the environment

We in higher education have a moral responsibility to prepare the next generation to be global citizens. Yes, our students need to be educated in their field of preference, and we want them to become the next sports broadcasters, nurses, teachers and more. But we also must ensure our students are ready to thrive in … Continue reading Higher education’s moral responsibility to the environment