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Is Indonesia Stuck in the Past?

Over the summer break, I took a humanities class which had a research assignment that prompted me to look at the Indonesian society and a key factor that shapes their values. 765 more words

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Riding the PhD rollercoaster

I know it’s been said before, that doing a PhD is like being on a  rollercoaster – so many highs and lows, ups and downs.  These moments of extreme can very easily happen in the same week, day or even hour.   329 more words

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News from 16/July/16

Police Brutality in BD, Nothing New.

….the current government is trespassing the realms of human rights violation. Tahmid Hasib Khan and Hasnath Karim were denied legal and medical help.

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Good News (from Bangladesh)

Thought I would share some good news from the net :)

Eid is coming, people! :)) Let’s be nice to each other. Let’s be more compassionate. 206 more words

Like Riding a Bike

After my freshman year of college, I traveled to Zambia through my school, Gonzaga University. I studied the psychology of chimpanzees and the biology of birds and plants in the Copper Belt region of Zambia, about an hour away from a town called Chingola. 632 more words

Cambodia Day 1: Phnom Penh

Cambodia, one of the least developed South East Asian nation, is probably not somewhere you’d consider going for an exciting holiday. But if you are into rural experiences and want somewhere less popular in the world, it’s a place worth visiting. 552 more words

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