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Jihan, a freelance writer, is passionate about technology, health care, and sports. On his free time he loves to travel and spend time with family. He tries to be active on twitter so follow him, @ji_han_lee.

Will the Atlantic City Boardwalk Con Put the Nerd Back in the Comic Convention?

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This Atlantic City con looks like one to try and as legitimate as Comic-Con was back in the day before it turned from geek to chic and away from its core fan base. Read More »

Asia’s Path to Clean Energy


Asian nations are slowly but surely adopting renewable energy sources, but for at least the next couple of decades, there's simply no way for renewable energy initiatives to keep up with the booming population. Read More »

How to Give the Gift of Music


There are many other instruments that are great for beginners, but the drums, keys, and acoustic guitars are popular choices that are fun and easier to pick up than many others. Read More »

Great Vocational Training Opportunities for Women

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Women make up approximately 50 percent of the work force, but account for only 2.6 percent of the work force in the construction industry. Read More »

Uses for Silver in Technology That May Surprise You

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Without you even realizing it, simply switching on the lights or programming your microwave requires silver. Read More »

How Social Media Has a Become Crime-Fighting Tool


Using social media as a crime-fighting tool doesn’t only help with catching criminals, it also engages the communities and humanizes police officers. Read More »

Seven Incredible Locations to Try on Your Next Backpacking Adventure

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From the Pacific Coast to the Himalayas, seven of the most awe-inspiring hiking adventures anywhere. Read More »

Five Fun Exercise Routines for You and Your Partner


Working out with a partner can be a great motivator to stick with it. Read More »

Travel: Top 10 Things to Do in Mumbai


From the Taj Mahal Hotel to the fisherman's market, and from Bollywood to Asia's largest slum, the city brims with diversity, commerce, and converging cultures. Read More »

GMO-Labeling Debate Heats Up Across U.S.

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So far, campaign donations seem to be the deciding factor in state votes on whether to require GMO food labeling. Read More »