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Gender Stereotypes Still Exist in Hong Kong

After a careful look at the media and peoples’ lifestyles in Hong Kong, I found that there still exists a certain image of what it is like to be a female, and this patriarchal system still suppresses women in many ways. 528 more words

Hong Kong

Five things you had to love about Victoria Rubari’s Victoria’s Lounge

If you happened to watched Victoria’s Lounge then you will have noticed the aura and freshness of the conversation. But for those who do not watch it here is a few things about the show you should know. 381 more words

TV Reviews

Fake News

I’m sorry. Racist citations?

Really?

Is that what we’re concerned about? Okay.

Well, where do I begin? There’s a lot that’s laughable about this article. But don’t get angry with me just yet; I won’t laugh. 773 more words

Part time Domestic Violence Advocate and summer interns at Saheli, Support & Friendship for South Asian Families

Job Title: looking for summer interns and a part time Domestic Violence Advocate

Organization: Saheli, Support & Friendship for South Asian Families

Fields: gender, women, domestic violence, social work, immigrants… 30 more words

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Starbucks and Bias: a Common Tale of Two Black Men in a Store

So, Starbucks is on fire this week because last week, two black men, Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, were arrested for being black – pardon, suspicion of trespassing – in a Philadelphia store. 1,234 more words

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An American Woman Quits Smiling by LISA KO


By Bhavesh Patil

Appearing happy is a cultural expectation. And I was tired of it.

Published: April 21, 2018 at 05:30AM

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