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Book review: Written in the Stars

Pull up a chai and get ready for Intrepid’s first book review for Written in the Stars by Aisha Saeed!

First things first: The cover is a gem. 1,281 more words

Asian American


“Where were you born?”

“Oh, I was born here in Sydney”

“But you don’t look Australian?”

“Yes, um my parents are originally from India.”

“So you’re Indian?” 693 more words


Excerpts from an Essay on Korean TV

((Hello, readers of mine – this will be my last post on Korean-American culture clash for a while, I promise. However, I’ve had questions asked about my last post and what I meant about socio-geographic effects on the Korean entertainment industry. 2,361 more words


#race #whiteprivilege #blacklivesmatter #whitefragility #socialjustice #workingtogether

An open letter to those offended by hashtags related to #race,

It has been brought to my attention that my posts, comments, and ideas about #race offend people. 358 more words


Isn’t it time older generations let go of the things that have been imbibed in the Indian culture, to see how the youth has adapted to being split between two cultures that are so different? 1,682 more words


Micki: Trevor Noah on Stephen Colbert

I love Trevor Noah’s stand-up. I think he’s one of the smartest English-language comedians in the world talking about racial diversity. He’s a biracial kid who was “born a crime” in South Africa during Apartheid. 80 more words