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Letter: Swedish PM’s Chinatown quip at odds with the data

September 7, 2022

Letter to the FT (September 7, 2022) If Sweden’s Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson were familiar with crime statistics by immigrant groups, she would not take the view that her country would be better off without its Chinatowns (“Sweden playground shooting shapes voter concerns”, Report, September 3). The Danes have collected (and published) data on criminality […]

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Namely…

September 4, 2021

Letter to the Globe & Mail (September 4, 2021) Re What’s In A Name? For ‘Gifted’ Programs, A Problem (Aug. 28): Back in the 1980s in Toronto, I was part of the “gifted” program in elementary school. I had visions of learning (age-relevant) advanced mathematics and science, or reading high literary work. However, the reality […]

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Talent can be found everywhere

September 1, 2021

A letter to the Princeton Alumni Weekly (PAW). IN RESPONSE TO: PRISON TEACHING INITIATIVE HELPS INCARCERATED STUDENTS EARN DEGREES I went through the criminal justice system in Toronto when I was a teenager. Luckily I have no criminal record by grace of laws pertaining to young offenders in Canada. I was supposed to have spent six […]

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Creating an artificial intelligence ecosystem

March 29, 2021

Creating an artificial intelligence ecosystem 29 MARCH 2021 BY JENNIFER AGUINALDO The original article can be found on MEED    

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Interview with an Economist

April 15, 2020

My best interview yet. With the adorable Brooke Lam. Dr. Kai Chan is an economist, currently in Dubai. He advises government on how to react when there are changes in the law, or make policies. He talks about quarantine lock down, learning new skills and missing hockey. Find out more about Dr. Chan at the […]

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