For one of the most “modernised” cities in the world, Hong Kong has long been criticised for its local culture scene. In a city where people are crammed into shoe boxes, stuffed into sardine cans and faced with the impossibly cruel ultimatum of ‘get rich or die’, it seems that there is very little time to think about art, culture and what not.
In the past two days, renting an apartment in Hong Kong has made me experience first hand the notorious racism and discrimination that still prevails in the city. As a journalism graduate, and an upstanding citizen, I feel the need to write down this article. I am a recent graduate from HKU, and was lucky […]Read more "Hong Kong Stories | Straight Out of College, Racism Hit Me."
Asians stick with each other? You do too I have heard a lot of sayings that when Asians go abroad or even quite a lot of the Asians who were born and raised in other countries tend to simply stick with each other and have very narrow social circles within the Asian communities. I cannot […]Read more "Asians stick with each other? You do too"
So, as me and my friend left Turkey and arrived in Romania, the immigration said that my Schengen Visa is not valid yet for Romania. Therefore they have no other options but to send me back to Istanbul immediately. However, my friend who is South Korean got through super easily without any problems. Everything happened […]Read more "反思。 My Own Version of the “China Dream”"
So, Have not been writing for a while and lying on the lawn in the hot hot summer air just gives me the urge to write about what I am going through lately. And I think a lot of my fellow peers may feel the same way or have felt this way at some point […]Read more "The Transformation into Adulthood"
Recently, the CEO of Abercrombie and Fitch published a statement that explains why he hates fat chicks. Here is the link to the post: http://elitedaily.com/news/world/abercrombie-fitch-ceo-explains-why-he-hates-fat-chicks/ I have some comments and thoughts on this considering that I attended a North American high school and worked in Hollister for one summer as, what they called, a “model”, […]Read more "Abercrombie and Fitch and the Ugliness of North American High School Culture"