* Date : 2021-01-22
Happiness during the stress and uncertainty of COVID-19 can seem elusive. However, small moments of joy mean more during this time. Many people might find meditation and mindfulness helpful, and one incredible area to explore to that end is tea meditation. Drinking tea helps calm and center your mind, connects people together, and invites a moment of stillness and ease into your day. Let’s learn more about tea and the beauty of drinking tea with Jung Hye-joo, chief of Sansuhwa, and Lee Hyun-jae, CEO of Cha Cha.
#Mindfulness #Meditation #Tea #SmallButCertainHappiness #TakeABreather
An exhibition revealing undisclosed photos and exhibits of the May 18 Democratic Movement in Gwangju is currently taking place. For the first time, the collection features films containing pictures taken by photographers and reporters at Hankuk Ilbo, who investigated the event on-site in 1980. We take a closer look at the exhibition on ‘the forgotten people in the film’ and find out what really happened during the incident, and embrace the message the moments captured in the pictures convey.
#May18 #Gwangju_Democratic_Movement #ThePeople_forgotten_in_thefilm #Photo_exhibition
As public facilities were repeatedly closed and reopened amid the prolonged COVID-19, the Dapsimni Library in Dongdaemun district put together an online program to interact with locals. The weekly program is called ‘Librarian’s Book Prescription,’ which listens and gives book recommendations to the listeners’ stories. This week, we take a deep dive into how the library’s online counseling program is lifting the spirits of people in the community.
#Seoul #Dongdaemungu #Library #Dapsimni_Library #Contactless_program #Kcommunication #Onlinecounselingcenter #Librarians_book_prescription