TouchStone Reads - April 9th, 2021


We often set aside articles that are longer, deserve a re-read, are broader in scope…or just for fun – for weekend reading. Below are some from this week – pour yourself a hot cup of coffee & enjoy...

  • China's Plans on Global Central Banking and beyond. (CBC Radio)

  • Bill Hwang Had $20 Billion, Then Lost It All in Two Days (Businessweek)

  • The Fourth Surge Is Upon Us. This Time, It’s Different. (The Atlantic)

  • Embracing the Softer Side of Infrastructure. Investments in the future don’t always involve concrete. (Krugman)

  • Singapore Shows What Serious Urban Farming Looks Like. In a city-state that imports 90% of its food, rooftop gardens are a matter of national food security. (Reasons to Be Cheerful)

  • Words Have Lost Their Common Meaning. The word racism, among others, has become maddeningly confusing in current usage. (The Atlantic)

  • A Boost of Positive: A year later, this song stands alone as a remarkable collaboration, and message that transcends the original song. (Cosmo)

What are you reading or listening to?