Despite the hectic days, ‘Thank you’ and ‘Sorry’ are the things that we should not forget to say. There are people who deserve to hear those words repeatedly. They are independence activists and wartime sex slaves. “Have they received enough ‘Thank you’ and ‘Sorry’?” was the question that started the cover story. Sadly, it has been 100 years since the 3.1 Movement, but sadly the answer is ‘No’. Through the cover story, you could understand why this is.
You’ve probably heard that you might have to wait for about a year to be assigned to a school after passing the teacher certification exam. But have you ever wondered how those people on the waiting list spend their time? You could find the answer in the Focus section. You will also find interesting topics, including the revision of laws regarding part-time professor in the Education section. Of course, we didn’t miss the hot potato, SNI regulation, and the fine dust, and many other eye-catching articles are waiting for you. However, it doesn’t mean that we only cover hot issues. The topics include issues that are much neglected but deserve our attention.
Hoping for more vivid and enriched articles, we introduced QR codes in this issue. You could find them in the Briefing and Focus section. As a late adopter, it feels amazing to live in a world where a few seconds of camera viewing can be a link to an infinite information source. Maybe someday the moving newspaper from Harry Potter might come to be.
It has been a great honor to get the chance to head INDIGO and work with my colleagues. Also, I want to express my deepest thanks to all those who willingly took time and effort for INDIGO. Last but not least, I hope you enjoy this issue as much as I do.
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