Have you ever heard a song–in a movie, during a movie trailer, on the radio–and immediately you were hooked? Like, WHAT IS THAT SONG sort of hooked? 602 more words
Having lived in both Hong Kong and Taiwan, here I’ll recount some of the differences between the two places. Accompanied by comics from Taiwanese artist… 714 more words
What is architecture school? Metropolis has published a fine essay asking that question, written while a student by Miguel Córdova Ramírez, a 2014 graduate of the School of Architecture and Urbanism at Ricardo Palma University in Lima, the capital of Peru. 386 more words
I’ve been promoted from superhero seamstress to superhero!
I just had to share how fun the Superman Festival in Metropolis, IL is. It’s a smalltown affair, but they have a large variety of yummilicious food carts, oodles of superhero collectibles, a myriad of costumed characters, and of course the Superman Museum where I took this picture of Delilah’s superhero friend. 83 more words
Noida’s Domestic Workers' Take on the ‘Madams’ - A Report from Ground Zero: Maya John, Sunita Toppo and Manju Mochhary
This guest post is an investigative report by MAYA JOHN, SUNITA TOPPO and MANJU MOCHHARY, who are associated with Gharelu Kamgar Union and actively involved in organizing domestic workers. 6,496 more words
An intricate miniature sculpture of a building on Hong Kong’s Temple Street by South Australian artist Joshua Smith.