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Sodoma and Gomorra, pt. 2

Seoul is collocated by the sea, and it is changing rapidly. On 1988 and the city which hosted the Summer Olympics, is not yet the Korean capital, at least not officially, but it is the most populous center of the whole peninsula and its Stock Exchange is an important commercial […]

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Sodoma and Gomorra, pt. 1

Sometimes I wonder how would Sodoma and Gomorra look if seen by a tourist randomly passing by. Maybe they had clean, tidy suburbs, with terraced houses and the neighbor always greeting you as you come back home. The fact is God didn’t like the places’ lifestyle and destroyed them both […]

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Famous for not winning

  There is a time that is particularly remembered for its beauty, whether it is real or fictional. The beginnings of the twentieth century are defined as a bizarre time: on one side the lights of the Belle Epoque, the great boulevards of Paris illuminated, the lights of Victorian London and the teeming life of the great urban conglomerates; on […]

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The Origins

  Several times I asked to myself how this column could start. Modern history has many anecdotes and tear-jerking narratives about sport challenges at the limit, incredible aims and impossible goals. Then, I thought that a good start could have been… the start itself. So, I decided to tell about […]

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