Did moms exist before social media? Technically, yes, there have always been moms, but motherhood as a lively public conversation — a set of references, jokes, warring factions, cliches and grievances — has existed for just a little over a decade.
To mark the 70th anniversary in October of the People’s Republic of China, a giant parade trundled through Tiananmen Square filled with symbols of what President Xi Jinping, the country’s leader, calls the “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation”.
The growth and preservation of wealth are arguably one of every family office’s key priorities. While the focus has predominantly been on wealth and asset management and strategy, in recent years, this has shifted to encompass more personal considerations like...
In the United States, per-child spending doubled from the 1970s to the 2000s, according to a 2013 paper by Sabino Kornich of the University of Sydney and Frank Furstenberg of the University of Pennsylvania.
Early exposure to digital devices leads to behavioural issues in children with developmental problems: Singapore study
Early exposure to digital devices such as tablets, smartphones and video consoles could worsen emotional and behavioral difficulties among preschool children with neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs) such as autism, a new study showed.
The VICE Guide To Right Now Indonesians Will Soon Need to Pass a Pre-Marriage Class Before Tying the Knot
Spontaneous weddings are romanticised in movies, but it’ll be quite impossible to do for Indonesians, who will soon be required to attend a 3-month marriage certification program before tying the knot legally.