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The World has Gone Wireless
The World has Gone Wireless

Story by Andrew Snook, as told by L. Wang Let’s face it—the Internet is a world of its own, and this world has gone wireless. A simple card in your desktop or laptop can instantly connect you to the World Wide Web. There is no longer a need for frustrating Internet cords and plugs. However, […]

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More to life than sports
More to life than sports

Story by Kelvin Wong, as told by L. Wang I had lost 50 pounds and weighed a mere 93 pounds at age 38. Lying on the hospital bed, I knew I was sick, very sick—to the point where doctors were telling my family to prepare for the worst. I had dermatomyositis, a connective-tissue disease that […]

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The Race of Your Life
The Race of Your Life

Story by Mark Jennings-Bates, as told by L. Wang So you’ve rock climbed, done the whole flying thing, been bruised up from rugby a few times, and now you’re up for another challenge. Whether you’ve already done some crazy adventure sport or not, rally racing just might be the kind of hobby you are looking […]

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Looking for Adventure
Looking for Adventure

Story by Mark Jennings-Bates, as told by L. Wang Rock climbing, ice climbing, mountaineering —name the adventure, I was up for it. Competition ran in my blood. In my teens I formed a print company that I was very proud of. Was I self-centered? Truthfully? Yeah. As a businessman, I thought I had everything going […]

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Seeing the world from a new perspective
Seeing the world from a new perspective

Written by Serena Wang, translated by Angela Leung In the book Take a Snail out for a Walk, author Chiang wrote that God gave him a responsibility to take a snail out for a walk. The snail walked so slowly that he could not tolerate it. He complained and did not like the snail. But […]

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Georges Laraque: What Gives Me Energy
Georges Laraque: What Gives Me Energy

Story by Georges Laraque, as told by L. Wang Though one of the most feared players in the NHL, off the ice Georges Laraque is one of the most pleasant guys to be around. Always joking and smiling, the 6’3” former Edmonton Oiler (he is now playing with the Montreal Canadiens) not only brings energy […]

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Career and Values: The Compromise
Career and Values: The Compromise

Story by Darrel Janz, as told by L. Wang Most people, if not all, get to a point in their lives where they must make a compromise between their values and their career. Some are lucky enough not to have to face that, but if you do, how do you know where to draw the […]

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Alive, Really Alive
Alive, Really Alive

Story told by David MacLean, as told by L. Wang At the unripe age of nine, I was necking girls. Looking back as a husband and father, I could see I was going down a dangerous road at such a young age. That same year, my mom died of a heart attack. At that time, my sister […]

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The Man’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing, and Life
The Man’s Guide to Hunting and Fishing, and Life

Former police officer and expert hunter Manley McCorkell sat down with MenTodayOnline to talk about hunting, fears and the things that make life worth living. Story told by L. Wang. MTO: When did you start hunting? MC: I got my first deer when I was 12 years old. For me, hunting is a way of […]

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Finding Healing After Betrayal
Finding Healing After Betrayal

Interview of Will Ludy* (names have been changed). Written by L. Wang. I was desperate, dissatisfied and in great despair that Saturday night I ran with Debra to the church for help. For 12 years, my wife and I had been hiding our broken and dishonest marriage beneath the veneer of the happy and “normal” […]

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