The first thing you’ll learn in economics 101 is the “Diamond-Water” paradox – why do diamonds cost so much when they are very (unless this is you) non-essential and water is so cheap when it is essential. It’s got something to do with the overall demand for these goods in the population – you can
Rebecca is Shiggy’s Foreign Correspondent, freshly relocated to England. She’ll try to keep you informed on life across the pond. I’m in the middle of a very turbulent math course. Yes, I’m struggling with math. Everything is backwards in this country, and I’m being heavily tutored by a trio of two Nicaraguans and a
This is Rebecca, Shiggy.com’s resident correspondent. You may know me as “the tank” from our interpretation of Tianmen Square. I will be blogging to you from heart of London, England, in a few short weeks, bringing a new perspective on what it means to be an Asian in the heart of the Queen’s land!