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Vincent Li

Vincent Li

Vincent is an ordinary salaryman and an amateurish author who religiously believes in the virtues of writing.

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Year-end review makes sense for everyone
December 28, 2016
As if conducting a review of year-end personal accounts, many people are now taking stock of their successes and failures, hits and misses over the past 12 months.
The fundamentally challenging nature of politics
December 2, 2016
People who naively believe that democracy means the majority of universal suffrage rules should look to the latest result of the US presidential election for an awakening. As widely reported in the press, the vanquished Hillary Clinton actually obtained over two million more votes nationally than...
The true order of politics
November 9, 2016
Nowadays, politics seem to be more entertaining than ever. No matter where we turn to for headlines: the UK, Europe, the US, Brazil, the Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, and the rest of them; there is no shortage of captivating drama.
What we can learn from fortune tellers and Feng shui masters
October 28, 2016
Many people are in the habit of consulting fortune-tellers. They usually do so when faced with important life decisions which they find difficult. They may turn to a fortune teller out of desperation, or because they are simply curious about what the future may bring.
We should learn to recognise problems for what they really are
October 7, 2016
There are basically two different ways that business executives can choose to respond to situations like unsatisfactory company results or poor operational performance. One end of the scale purely focuses on the environmental or circumstantial – that is, uncontrollable – factors that may be at play...
Moderation in the Digital Age
September 22, 2016
Many people can’t seem to get through a whole day without checking their digital screens to see what’s going on with the friends, acquaintances, and associates – which include people they barely know – in their social media circles. 
The wonder and universal truth of awareness
September 8, 2016
As we are inundated with an uncountable number of signals grabbing our attention at every waking moment in life, we take for granted what we see, hear, smell, touch – however we perceive them – as the reality of the world around us. We are also swamped by our own feelings and emotions, and, more...
Is competition really good for progress?
June 17, 2016
Competition leads to progress – or so we readily believe. Most of us were taught to embrace competition and excel ourselves by winning. Diligent students work hard and endeavour to achieve the best grades in tests and examinations. They fight to reach the top the class and win a coveted place at...
Big data is the new path to enlightenment
June 3, 2016
People need to find reasons to explain the world they live in. It is the human quest for such reasons which drives scientific discoveries and technological evolution. However, the road to enlightenment is usually far from clear and straightforward; indeed, it is full of obstacles and pitfalls....
Does modern science lend support to Buddhist meditation techniques?
May 6, 2016
There are various traditions of meditation practice, including Tibetan, Zen, and Vipassana. All of these have a lot in common, although Vipassana meditation is mainly concerned with observing the workings of the mind, and tends to be grounded more in Buddhist teachings.
Is competition really good for progress?
June 17, 2016
Competition leads to progress – or so we readily believe. Most of us were taught to embrace competition and excel ourselves by winning. Diligent students work hard and endeavour to achieve the best grades in tests and examinations. They fight to reach the top the class and win a coveted place at...
Year-end review makes sense for everyone
December 28, 2016
As if conducting a review of year-end personal accounts, many people are now taking stock of their successes and failures, hits and misses over the past 12 months.
The fundamentally challenging nature of politics
December 2, 2016
People who naively believe that democracy means the majority of universal suffrage rules should look to the latest result of the US presidential election for an awakening. As widely reported in the press, the vanquished Hillary Clinton actually obtained over two million more votes nationally than...
The true order of politics
November 9, 2016
Nowadays, politics seem to be more entertaining than ever. No matter where we turn to for headlines: the UK, Europe, the US, Brazil, the Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, and the rest of them; there is no shortage of captivating drama.
What we can learn from fortune tellers and Feng shui masters
October 28, 2016
Many people are in the habit of consulting fortune-tellers. They usually do so when faced with important life decisions which they find difficult. They may turn to a fortune teller out of desperation, or because they are simply curious about what the future may bring.
We should learn to recognise problems for what they really are
October 7, 2016
There are basically two different ways that business executives can choose to respond to situations like unsatisfactory company results or poor operational performance. One end of the scale purely focuses on the environmental or circumstantial – that is, uncontrollable – factors that may be at play...
Moderation in the Digital Age
September 22, 2016
Many people can’t seem to get through a whole day without checking their digital screens to see what’s going on with the friends, acquaintances, and associates – which include people they barely know – in their social media circles. 
The wonder and universal truth of awareness
September 8, 2016
As we are inundated with an uncountable number of signals grabbing our attention at every waking moment in life, we take for granted what we see, hear, smell, touch – however we perceive them – as the reality of the world around us. We are also swamped by our own feelings and emotions, and, more...
Big data is the new path to enlightenment
June 3, 2016
People need to find reasons to explain the world they live in. It is the human quest for such reasons which drives scientific discoveries and technological evolution. However, the road to enlightenment is usually far from clear and straightforward; indeed, it is full of obstacles and pitfalls....
Does modern science lend support to Buddhist meditation techniques?
May 6, 2016
There are various traditions of meditation practice, including Tibetan, Zen, and Vipassana. All of these have a lot in common, although Vipassana meditation is mainly concerned with observing the workings of the mind, and tends to be grounded more in Buddhist teachings.

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Vincent is an ordinary salaryman and an amateurish author who religiously believes in the virtues of writing.

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