A study at Northwestern University sought to address how early our culture affects our understanding of the world. They found that at age 2, children from China and the United States view scenes differently. Children from the U.S. are interested

Editor's note: This is a satirical piece included in our coverage on global issues. All opinions are that of the columnist and not of Impakter.  The western image of a post-communist is not exactly flattering. A heavy browed, Nike clad, squatter, with a

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