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Tuesday, September 26, 2023

OPINION

Navigating the changing career landscape in the AI Era

By James Pak The author is head counselor of LA Career Coaching. In this new age of generative Artificial Intelligence (AI), the employment landscape is expected...

Legal battles over First Amendment: Freedom of speech

By Dongpil Kim The author is chief editorial writer of The Korea Daily. There are 27 Amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The number of amendments increased...

Politicians, be brave to communicate with media

By Inseong Choi The author is a political reporter of The Korea Daily.   A politician who confidently answers uncomfortable questions is a prepared politician. When I...

Why would I run again?

(By David Kim / The author is a lawyer who ran for Congress twice) It’s been around six months since I last ran for U.S....

[Column] Dialogue: The Only Path to Understanding

(By Spencer H. Kim) Thirty-six years ago I helped co-found the Pacific Century Institute (PCI).  Our goal was to build “bridges of understanding” between the peoples...

[Exclusive] Make Pyongyang’s Day!

(by Glyn Ford / Former Member of the European Parliament (MEP)) For Pyongyang the South going nuclear would be a cause for celebration not consternation....

[Column] North Korea: Five Year Plans in a 40 Year World… …are No Plans At All. How to Make a 40 Year Plan.

(By  Spencer H. Kim) President Yoon Suk-yeol has presented an “audacious” plan in which South Korea will “significantly improve North Korea’s economy and its people’s...

Kim Basinger, “support President Yoon and First Lady Kim’s stance on the dog meat trade.”

In the summer of 2019, I visited South Korea to help bring awareness to the cruel and inhumane treatment the country’s dog meat industry...

Kevin Bright, the Director of ‘Friends’…”Most Koreans are against dog meat consumption”

Five years have passed since I began shooting Nureongi, my documentary on the dog meat industry in South Korea. After releasing Nureongi on YouTube and 750,000...

Former Congressman “Apologies for Five Tragic Mistakes in the Korean War”

I have been honored by the request of my long-time friend of 60 years, Judge Quentin Kopp, to make a few remarks on this...