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Keep Christ in Christmas
I wish to express my disappointment with the increasing secularization of Christmas and the lack of public nativity scenes.

Spring Awakening
As a resident of Korea for 15 months, I have had the chance to experience many of the cultural, entertainment and culinary opportunities available throughout the country.

How to Narrow Income Gap
An Oct. 26 editorial, ``Widening Income Gap," denounced the incumbent government's lukewarm attitude toward income disparity, and asked for a better social welfare system.

Ban on Crucifixes
I'm writing in response to a Nov. 5 AFP article, ``Crucifixes Banned in Italian Schools."

Human Dignity and Life
I'm writing in response to Michael Breen's Nov. 20 column, ``We, the Animal Eaters.'' In it, the honored writer suggests that of the actions that people of this age support, ``one that would be (most) hard for our descendants to understand and over..

Only the Brave Get Freedom
Regarding the Oct. 26 editorial ``Press Freedom,'' I agree with your view that the government's efforts to tame the media are damaging to the freedom of the press and democracy.

Securing Enough Influenza Vaccine
Regarding an Oct 23 editorial, ``Influenza Inoculation,'' I strongly agree with the story that it is necessary to keep monitoring the side effects of the vaccine. Also, I'd like to suggest one more thing about securing enough vaccine for the entire..

Press Rooms and Press Freedom
I'm writing in response to an Oct. 26 editorial entitled ``Press Freedom.''

IVI Is Not a United Nations Agency
I was very pleased to see a story on the International Vaccine Institute (IVI), entitled ``Do You Want to Work for United Nations?" in the Nov. 2 edition of The Korea Times. It was very gratifying to realize that so many Koreans have an interest in..

Establish Research Ethics
Regarding the editorial ``Ruling on Hwang,'' published on Oct. 28, I agree that it's urgent to firmly establish research ethics to prevent recurrences of the Hwang case.

Underwood School Not Rich Kids Club
An Oct. 10 front-page article about the Underwood International College (UIC) at Yonsei University quoted me as saying indirectly that I could tell that the Korean students are from rich families and many had lived overseas.

Validating Dual Citizenship
Regarding an editorial, ``Dual Nationality,'' published in the Oct. 21 edition of The Korea Times, I agree with the idea that easing the citizenship regulation is needed rather than maintaining the rigid single-nationality regulation, because it wi..

Better Treatment for Migrant Workers
Regarding an Oct. 24 editorial, ``Stop Crackdown,'' I totally agree with the author's opinion.

Improve the System
Regarding an Oct. 24 editorial, ``Stop Crackdown,'' I felt a deep sympathy for immigrant workers and it made me reflect on my consciousness and basic attitude toward them.

Safety of Influenza Vaccine
With regard to an editorial titled ``Influenza Inoculation'' dated Oct. 23, I absolutely agree with your opinion that we should keep monitoring the side effects of the vaccine prior to the rush to be vaccinated.

Symposium on Extensive Reading
Further to my Oct. 28 letter to The Korea Times about extensive reading, I was just wondering if your readers knew about a very useful event which is happening in the Centennial Building at Sookmyung Women's University in Seoul on Nov. 14.

Why in Seoul and Gyeonggi?
I'm writing in response to an Oct. 15 article: ``Most Native English Teachers in Seoul and Gyeonggi.'' According to the data presented in the article, 60 percent of all native English teachers at hagwon, or private language institutes, work in the..

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