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A Letter To Giulia

Dear Giulia,

Bonjour! I’m excited to be sending this letter all the way to Paris, France! If I lived in Paris,  I’d probably write this letter on the field in front of the Eiffel Tower, while munching on a fresh baguette. 1,049 more words

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3 Factors Contributing to Backlash Culture

Another article addressing fandom vs. art. Here I’d argue there’s more nuance to the anti-Ghostbusters fervor. It’s certainly part sexism–geekdom, up until the mid-90’s, had been a boys club. 1,145 more words

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The Three Frogs On A Bridge

The vapours from the tea arose and mingled with the smoke from Mr. Harlequin’s cigarette rising only a bit over their heads and dispersed in the room. 776 more words

Rain

#Tips: Society vs. You, just be you

Humans as we are, we’ve grown very adaptive to the society we’re in. Basically because we don’t want to be secluded from what’s considered “NORMal” and tolerable.We are too enclosed in the thought that if one veers away from what’s considered normal, the society can easily label him as weid, scary, or worse freaky. 277 more words

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Nalanda Dhamma Living Camp

By Heng Xuan

Ever had the feeling of being disconnected when you return home after a long time? For me, it was not just a physical disconnect in ever-changing Singapore but also a form of spiritual disconnect/displacement. 1,366 more words

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The Mud Story

If you looked at me now, you would only see the things that I let you see: the quiet tapping of my fingers clicking the keyboard, and if you look close enough, the passion in my eyes as I tell a story. 890 more words

Old before your time

Plus One  often complains I don’t seem that interested in drinking with him but I will go out all hours with other people. I say it’s also his fault because he refuses to be baited into having a glass of wine with me at home, although he will do so at a restaurant. 509 more words

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