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Who invented email?

You never know when or who will have that spark of inspiration and change the world forever.

A then, 14-year-old boy had that spark, re-writing the history books bringing the way we communicate into the digital age back in the 1970s. 295 more words

Gadgets And Gears

Being Indian-American: Straying from the 'Big 4'

The Big 4: Doctor. Engineer. Dentist. Pharmacist.

If you’re Indian-American and reading this right now then there is a very good chance that you have either pursued, are pursuing, or have been encouraged by your parents/family to pursue the aforementioned career fields.¬† 656 more words

American

Sunday Mornings

I wrote this short piece as a submission for an old classmate’s¬†ongoing project on the collective experiences of those in myriad diaspora. This is intended as a work of fiction. 1,171 more words

Nina Narang

The Honorary First Post: The Beginning of An Indian-American's Boredom

So where do I possibly begin? I could go all Crash Course World History with John Green and tell you all about the history of India, the country’s 400 or so dialects embedded into its 1.2 billion (and counting) population, the never-ending rift between Hindus and Muslims (which I’ll have you know not only exists in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh but also in the USA as well), or I could go on and on and on and tell you how to make the perfect curry dish. 703 more words

Culture

steamed chicken breast with herb butter and coconut basmati rice


I forgot the pickled vegetables.

This dish is made in 2 steps; the rice is cooked in a rice cooker and the chicken is steamed by wrapping each breast in foil then baking the packets in the oven. 509 more words

Baking

Summer Reading Review: Under the Lemon Trees

I first came upon Under the Lemon Trees at my local library as I was walking through the fiction section honestly thinking I wouldn’t have time to read. 346 more words

Book Club!