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Conflicts in Kindergarten Can Reduce Children’s Interest in Reading and Math

Teacher-perceived conflict predicts lower interest and pre-academic skills in math and literacy among kindergarteners, a new study from Finland shows. Kindergarten represents a crucial...

The Biggest Trees Capture the Most Carbon: Large Trees Dominate Carbon Storage in Forests

Older, large-diameter trees have been shown to store disproportionally massive amounts of carbon compared to smaller trees, highlighting their importance in mitigating climate change,...

Character Is the Most Valuable Thing in a Person’s Life

Character is the victor’s laurel crown and the glory of life. Keep your character and then you will keep the greatest wealth. Honesty and integrity Our...

American Couple Rescue 4,000 Orphans in China (Part 2)

(Continued from Part 1) Tim Baker, whom the children lovingly call “Papa Tim,” adopted another child named Philip. He found Philip, who was suffering from...

A Grandmother’s Poem on Aging Is Something You Should Hear

No one can avoid getting old and eventually saying goodbye to life. Some people are disturbed by this reality and get depressed having to...

American Couple Rescue 4,000 Orphans in China (Part 1)

In 1990, Tim Baker up and moved his family from the United States to China. Thirty years later, he has become affectionately known as “foreign dad” to 4,000 orphans,...

Feng Shui Analysis of the ‘Red Flag’ and the Impact Behind It

On October 1 every year, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities order the “red flag“ to be hung up on all the streets of...

40 Percent of Renters Can’t Afford Essentials as a Result of COVID-19

Almost 40 percent of Australian tenant households can’t afford essentials such as bills, clothing, transport, and food after paying rent, because their incomes have...

A Mother Abandoned Her Evil Thoughts and Her Son Escaped Death

A woman made pancakes every day. She always made one extra, which she left by the window so that hungry passers-by could take it...

World War II: The Person I Hate the Most Is the One Saving My Life

During World War II, a German concentration camp held nearly 1,000 British prisoners of war, and Roddick was among them. They had to endure...

Transforming King Wen of Chu Into a Powerful Leader

Many stories were passed down from the Spring and Autumn Period of the Zhou Dynasty (770-476 B.C). One of the most famous stories was...

A Brief Look on How to Give and Receive Criticism

Criticism can have a good or bad influence on a person depending on who is giving it and how. Honest criticism can help a...

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Sidney Powell: Election Interference From Iran and China

Attorney Sidney Powell filed a lawsuit on Nov. 25, challenging the presidential election results in the state of Michigan. The lawsuit is accompanied by...

Explore Lithuania: The City of Vilnius

Vilnius is the capital city of Lithuania. It is also the largest city in the country and has a population in excess of 587,500....

Parler CEO Lashes Out at Big Tech for Censoring Content

John Matze, the CEO of social media platform Parler, recently lashed out against Big Tech like Twitter and Facebook, saying that the censorship activities...

Waste Fishing Gear Threatens Ganges Wildlife

Waste fishing gear in the Ganges River poses a threat to wildlife including otters, turtles, and dolphins, new research shows. The study says entanglement in...