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Finding Dory: A Fishy Tale of Getting Lost and Found

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We’ve not forgotten the endearing regal blue tang, Dory, it seems. Though 13 years have passed since the tad-forgetful and oft-apologetic blue fish first made a splash in Pixar’s animated sea, many still flocked to the theaters for Finding Dory—the sequel to the 2003 Academy Award-winning Disney-Pixar movie Finding Nemo.

Why Christina Grimmie’s Death Matters

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It’s been a very grim weekend for the music community. Like many others all over the world, I’m still reeling in shock over the senseless murder of Christina Grimmie, the 22-year-old American YouTube singing sensation and finalist of The Voice, Season 6.

How Entertainment Made me FAT

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I’ve been a little upset lately and it’s not because Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris have broken up. (That was pretty unexpected though.) It’s got to do with Johnny Depp.

Descendants of the Sun: 5 Relationship Hacks

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By the end of this week, millions of people, especially in Asia, will likely be experiencing a mixture of sadness, anxiety, and irritability—which I shall affectionately term the “post-DOTS syndrome”. For the uninitiated, here’s why: the massively popular Korean TV drama Descendants of the Sun (DOTS) will air its last episode tonight (14 April).

3 Reasons Why Christians Need to be Hearing the Gospel—Again

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“Good morning! This is the gospel, it’s free,” the middle-aged man said brightly as he extended a tract titled “If Only” to the lady walking ahead of me. When she shook her head, he turned to me and offered the same tract.

5 Reasons to Watch “Risen”

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I am not a fan of biblically inspired movies. Here’s why: More often than not, the plotlines deviate substantially from Bible narratives, all in the name of “creative liberty”.

Karen Lietz: Being a Third Culture Kid

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Karen Jeshurun Lietz has brown hair and blue-gray eyes, and speaks with a perfect Canadian accent.

He Knows If You've been Knotty or Nice

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“It can’t be done,” my friend said matter-of-factly. We were in the process of decorating our very own “Christmas tree”—made up of stacked Starbucks paper cups—and wanted to wrap glittery garlands around it.

After Such Horrific Attacks, what Hope is there?

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It’s hard to keep track of everything that has been said about Paris, Beirut, terrorism, and the state of our world in the past few days. So many perspectives have been raised, and so many emotions evoked.