JPEN

Gathering place for all to build
a healthy & wealthy society

PEOPLE

Introduces efforts to pursue healthy living equally for all.

Singular ‘they’ voted word of the decade by US linguists

US linguists have chosen “they” as their word of the decade, recognising the growing use of third-person plural pronouns as a singular form to refer to people w…

PEOPLE

2020/03/17

IFC-Backed Uber of Trucks Reshapes Nigeria’s Haulage Market

(Bloomberg) — An Uber-like App for trucks is making it easier and cheaper for firms to move goods in Africa’s most populous nation. Freight logistics star…

PEOPLE

2020/03/10

Empowering Children to Ask “Why?”: Tohoku University Science Campus Hands-On Science Lessons (Second Half)

The Tohoku University Science Campus is showing children the fun of science. For the first half of this article, we presented an interview about how this event …

PEOPLE

2020/03/05

Empowering Children to Ask “Why?”: Tohoku University Science Campus Hands-On Science Lessons (First Half)

STEM education and programming education are currently hot topics, and with the new Course of Study guidelines for the 2020 academic year about to come into eff…

PEOPLE

2020/03/05

‘Football is forbidden’: how girls in a Lebanon refugee camp kicked back

A secret pitch where girls can play football away from the disapproving gaze of religious leaders and the rise of a top female football referee are among the un…

PEOPLE

2020/02/26

The World Is Headed for a Food Security Crisis. Here’s How We Can Avert It

The world currently produces more than enough food to feed everyone, yet 815 million people (roughly 11% of the global population) went hungry in 2016, accordin…

PEOPLE

2020/02/21

Goat farmers at climate change frontline in Argentina’s wine belt

In a vast valley at the foot of the Andes, Antonio Sazo counts his goats, having ushered them down mountain slopes in the south of the Argentine province of Men…

PEOPLE

2020/02/17

‘Immigrant Food’ Restaurant Is Opening Next to the White House

When Enrique Limardo was approached about designing a menu for a restaurant that planned to “reimagine the food of America’s migrations,” he w…

PEOPLE

2020/02/03

$1 a week: the bitter poverty of child sugarcane workers in Zimbabwe

The blistering sun beats mercilessly on the Mukwasine sugar plantations near Chiredzi, in south-east Zimbabwe. It is Sunday morning and the soothing sound of hy…

PEOPLE

2020/01/29