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7 Muslims Sentenced to Prison for Myanmar Violence

7 Muslims Sentenced to Prison for Myanmar Violence | Possibilities & Conflict and Prejudice Assignment by chua wei ling | Scoop.it
A prominent Muslim questioned why Muslims had been prosecuted when human rights groups agreed that most of the violence had been carried out by Buddhists.

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This article have point out the unfair treatment between different race.i think that everyone should have their rights to voice out their opinion. Everyone should be treated equally.

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Racism is a white man's invention: Indians may be bigoted, prejudiced and ... - Daily Mail

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This is what the piece said: "Though rarely racist, Britons are exceptionally hostile to immigration - more so than Germans, French or the Dutch.

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Chua Wei Ling's insight:

From this article, i can see that racism is a serious problem and that they should not have such attitude toward others because of their race or religion. People should accept others for who they are. Nobody should be treated badly just because ofwhat they were fated to be like. Judging a book by its cover is what most of people will do but what is worse is that it is repeatly being done. If everyone start to change their thinking, not prejudicing others, i think this equally will make the world a better place and show other a good example.

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Teo J-lyn's curator insight, July 3, 2013 3:31 AM

India is the world's second-most racist country after Jordan. I think that people should be more accepting towards other races,their languages as well as their religion and not be prejudice. It do not matter what colour we are, as we are all humans, and have blood flowing in us. I wonder if racism will continue and is the government going to do anything about it . Racism had also become a serious issue.

Seamus Ong's curator insight, July 5, 2013 8:55 AM

This is my insight using the see-think-wonder routine. From this article I can see that people are being judged by the colour of their skin, accent and other stuff. I see that most races are being judged based on what the minority from the race does like how some act or talk in public and based on that, other racial groups are under the impression that all people of that certain race is like that and they thus sterotype or generalise everyone belonging to that race. this article makes me think that racism is a big problem and one of the main causes of conflict in multienthnic societies like racial riots. I wonder if racism will ever stop.

Asha Begum's curator insight, July 6, 5:20 AM

Treating the Indians in this way is not right. White men should change their perception of Indian people. Racism should stop because it is not fair to be prejudiced. 

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The Three Rules of Corporate Success (including the fake one)

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The inventors of magic management formulas seek fame by offering corporate leaders an amalgam of the elixir of life. But who cries out like the child in The Emperor's New Clothes when they don't wear anything?


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Kenneth Mikkelsen's comment, July 2, 2013 7:49 AM
Here's the link for the article in HBR, that is mentioned in this article by Andrew Hill, the Management editor at Financial Times: http://hbr.org/2013/04/three-rules-for-making-a-company-truly-great/
David Hain's curator insight, July 2, 2013 9:09 AM

Thanks for the extra link Kenneth. 

Chua Wei Ling's comment, July 2, 2013 11:02 AM
From this article, i learnt that as long as we take things step by step we will succeed and that everything is possible. As in the article, it says that even the excutive also learnt things that the lower rank people have to memorise for their work. this shows that we have to do thing step by step and so that we can be success.
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Rachel Abbott: 'Self-publishing means the success of my books is entirely down ... - The Guardian

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I self-published my first book, Only the Innocent, and that was very successful.
Chua Wei Ling's insight:

if we keep trying in life and believe in ourselves, thing will soon be successful no matter how the start was like.rachel abbott mentioned in the article did not stop publishing her own book. she even venture out by self publishing her own book no matter what it the result. This shows that in life and thing the process matters more than the result and that everything is possible.

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First-rate customer care is key to making your business a success

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Building positive relationships with your customers will ultimately improve your bottom line
Customers are the most important asset to your business and looking after them is essential to your success.

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Chua Wei Ling's comment, July 2, 2013 11:05 AM
Building a positive relationship with customer is like also giving a good impression of your business or shop as a positive relationship will more likely attract more customers as they feel more warmly welcome to come in and see. with that the business are possible to success