Young Joo Jun

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From Kazakhstan to Canada. Traveling tips during a pandemic and more!

Young Joo Jun on her travel experiences in her vlog "From Kazakhstan to Canada". From Almaty ➵ Istanbul ➵ Toronto ➵ Montreal ➵ Fredericton.

Commentary: South Korea needs to face their not-so-hidden sexual abuse problems

Warning: This commentary contains graphic and abusive content and derogatory and misogynistic language. From late 2018 until early 2020, up to 260,000 people entered a...

Commentary: The reason behind the mask

When someone coughs next to me I feel imminent threat. I hiss at my friends to wear a mask if they are sick, and...

The story behind the ramen

Correction: An earlier version of this story indicated the Kamazuka family has moved seven times within Japan and three in USA. In fact, Kamazukas...

HOME: New Year’s in Kazakhstan

Young Joo Jun is a third-year journalism student at St. Thomas University. She grew up in Almaty, Kazakhstan. She enjoys photography, doner kebab and letter-writing. Only...

Basketball: From two years-old to infinity

Geoffrey Lavoie, a second-year basketball player at St. Thomas University, was named the ACAA athlete of the week on Nov. 13 after a 30-point...
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