Yuexin Li


Torture In Nigeria: Life In The Hellfire

With arms forced back and tied at the elbows and feet tied back at the knees, suffering detainees are bound into a triangle. Sometimes perpetrators put heavy blocks like wood or concrete on the backs of hanging detainees to intensity their burden and pain. After cutting the blood circulation to […]

Torture In Nigeria: Life In The Hellfire

Myths And Dilemma Of The Controversial “Virginity Repair” Surgery

According to BBC News, appealing to outlaw “virginity repair” surgery in the U.K. has recently raised public concern. By reconstructing a layer of membrane at the entrance of the vagina, women could become virgins again. Boycott towards such a medical procedure may not be a newly emerging response. In 2019, […]


Coronavirus Outbreak Reawakens Anti-Chinese Racism: I’m Not A Virus

In Vietnamese and Korean restaurants, there could be signs with “no Chinese in”. In public transportations, passengers choose to stand rather than sitting next to the Chinese. In the newspaper, editors described the deadly coronavirus as a “yellow alert”. They are not things happening during SARS or Ebola but taking […]

Coronavirus Outbreak Reawakens Anti-Chinese Racism: I’m Not A Virus

Possible Next Steps For Syrian Refugees

Possible Next Steps For Syrian Refugees

While the globe was celebrating the coming new year, artillery fire didn’t stop in Syria. Nine people, including five innocent children, were killed by a Syrian military attack in a school of Idlib, a northern city being held by rebels opposed to President Bashar al-Assad. Being run by Syria Relief, […]


Iran Air Crash: A Heavy Price To Conflicts Between The U.S. and Iran

After a booming crash, PS752, a passenger plane of Ukraine International Airliners, fixed its flight forever on January 8, together with 176 innocent souls, including newlyweds, families of four, foreign students, and gentle crew. Three days later, under the pressure of clear evidence, General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the […]

Iran Air Crash: A Heavy Price To Conflicts Between The U.S. and Iran

Mexico Should Reconsider Its Approach To Fighting Its Drug War

Mexico Should Reconsider Its Approach To Fighting Its Drug War

Since the Mexican government deployed troops to fight against drug cartels in 2006, over 61,000 people have disappeared and violence has only increased. Head of Mexico’s National Search Commission, Karla Quintana, expressed the announcement of this huge number as a great pain for both individuals and their families. Along with […]


Non-combative Strategies Should Be On the Agenda Towards Mali Conflict

According to the announcement of the French defence ministry on December 23, seven Islamic extremists had been killed by the French first armed drone strike. Being a tough response to 13 French soldiers’ death by a helicopter collision during their Mali operation several weeks ago, the defence minister Florence Parly […]


“The Rapist Is You”: Chilean Women’s Appeal On Institutional Gender Equality

Wearing black blindfolded and red scarfs—almost ten thousand women gathered in front of the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile for an anti-rape flash mob on December 5th. Being accompanied by finger-snapping dance, a viral anthem called “A Rapist in Your Path” triggered worldwide echoes in the next few days. “The […]


London Bridge Attack: Was The Downgrading Of The U.K. Threat Level Premature?

Only 3 weeks after the terror threat level of the U.K. being downgraded from “severe” to “substantial”, a knife attack took place at London Bridge on November 29, 2019. After murdering two people and injuring three others, Usman Khan, the 28-year-old perpetrator being early released in 2018, was shot dead […]