This week is quick links because I’m moving and getting my own place! No pants days shall commence soon!
This week, we are covering the aftermath of the horrific bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital and the 14th anniversary of the beginning of the war in Afghanistan, and we’re also taking a look at the LGBT community in Southeast Asia.
Welcome to this week’s edition!
Welcome to another week. Here’s the news.
Welcome to another week of news!
We’ve got a bunch to cover, so let’s go.
Bring it on, brosephs. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)
We’ve got some quick links this week as I’m traveling to see my brand new niece (who has already mastered the art of the fist bump).
Welcome to the latest edition of News in Asia. This week we have badass women cyclists in Afghanistan and John Oliver calling out the mainstream media’s lack of Indian election coverage.
Fair warning: this edition is on the sad side.
Hello, my friends. We have news to cover, including the widening investigation into that disappearing plane that has been dominating the news. I have to warn you, that pretty much all this news is not good and there are trigger warnings for self-harm and rape.
In junior year of high school, I was asked by a group of Filipinos to participate in a folk dance performance called “Singkil” for our school’s International Assembly and Night performance. I was thrilled because it was the first time I would be a part of traditional Filipino dance performance… EVER! Yes, you heard me […]
Hello kittens! Hope your Galentine’s Day was awesome! Here is your latest news over the past week from Asia.
With the 2014 Winter Olympics already underway in Sochi, I figured I would highlight some of the top athletes from Asia in the various sports and their standing in Olympic competition.
This week’s edition is full of quick links as I’m in the middle of making lasagna for the New England portion of the family who are used to the good stuff. Wish me luck! Also, trigger warnings for rape and violence.