The Heart of Every Work is Service

Early this year, I read on a broadcast email in my workplace, "Engineering is a profession of service." I couldn't agree more. In fact, not only engineering, the heart of every profession is service. Whether you are a businessman, educator, entertainer, sportsman, custodian, or even president:ย service is the core of your work. With this regard, …

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Why the Bible is Trustworthy: A Scientific Perspective

One day a friend of mine asked, "What makes you believe the Bible is true?" My simple answer was because I was born in a Christian family, so obviously we're supposed to trust the accuracy of the Bible. Just like many other Christians, we share a common belief in the deity of Christ, the fallibility …

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Bittersweet of the Research in Chemical Engineering

Studying at graduate level is a privilege and rewarding experience. It is a great opportunity to deepen our understanding on a specific field of interest, to broaden our horizons in life, and to expand our professional and social networks. Having been learning about chemical engineering (since 2005) and involved in teaching (since 2009) and research …

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The Struggles between Science and Faith in the Research

I remember the time when I was sitting in a biology class, perhaps in high school, listening to my teacher on the controversial subjects, like theory of evolution, the existence of dinosaurs, or the age of the earth. I learned that fossil fuels were formed from dead organisms million years ago. Meanwhile, my Sunday school …

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