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Editors’ Introduction

Editors’ Introduction

Welcome to Issue 6 of Inscribe, featuring various genres of writing from 13 PolyU undergraduates.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Radiography: More than Just Pushing Buttons

Radiography: More than Just Pushing Buttons...

X-rays, diagnostics, and… hair loss? A radiography student spills the real tea about this underrated profession.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Mors et Vita Duello Conflixere Mirando – Death and Life Contended in a Spectacular Battle

Mors et Vita Duello Conflixere Mirando – Death and Life Contended in a Spectacular Battle...

What role does chance have in the game of life? This fictional memoir will leave a lasting impression.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Superheroes: Force for Good or Relic of the Past?

Superheroes: Force for Good or Relic of the Past?...

Batman, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man… is the prevalence of superheroes in media problematic? This essay explores the social and psychological impacts of this pop culture trend.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Tear Drop

Tear Drop

This screenplay, with its thoughtfully-crafted characters, will leave you guessing until the end.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Metanoia

Metanoia

A mysterious letter and a red leather suitcase begin Lenna’s fantastic journey in this enticing fantasy short story.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Love U2

Love U2

This entertaining screenplay will interest all who can relate to the power music plays in our lives.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
The Symphony of Life

The Symphony of Life

“The tale of a man is one intricate symphony.”

This beautifully-written poem will be thoroughly enjoyed by all.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
War is Never a Choice

War is Never a Choice

This reflection on Bob Dylan’s 1960s classic Blowin’ in the Wind thoughtfully explores the brutality of war.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
New Methods for Regrowing Nerves could Reverse Blindness

New Methods for Regrowing Nerves could Reverse Blindness...

This popular science feature article explores a recent medical breakthrough with the use of stem cells.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Toilet Paper Panic: Who’s to Blame?

Toilet Paper Panic: Who’s to Blame?...

Empty shelves and a fierce fight at the supermarket: This article takes a deep dive into the psychological and logistical reasons for this unusual phenomenon.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
Fed up with Pompous Culinary Posers

Fed up with Pompous Culinary Posers

Cooking for the stomach, or the camera? Muses Yip calls out the #stayathomechefs who are poisoning our social media feeds.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
A Chai Shop and Contrasts

A Chai Shop and Contrasts

A chance encounter over a cup of chai leaves a lasting impression in this touching reflection.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor
First Taste of Salt

First Taste of Salt

A child’s etched memory of the fleeting nature of life itself is captured in this reflection.

posted on: Aug 17, 2020 | author: Inscribe Editor