To the Bravehearts who’ve spoken out against #MeToo

Dear Bravehearts who’ve spoken out against #MeToo, O gallant messiahs, O protectors of prudence, O epitome of using-brains, your posts and tweets have left a lingering impression on my unworthy faculties. Of course it takes courage to speak out against survivors of sexual abuse, harassment and assault, who’ve finally felt empowered enough by a movement … Continue reading To the Bravehearts who’ve spoken out against #MeToo

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My typical Taipei travel tale

My first trip abroad was ‘far east’; it was when I was twelve, and almost transiting to a teenage temperament, with a newfound fascination for everything fast and glistening. The city life in Hong Kong with its vibrancy albeit crammed streets and clusters of gleaming skyscrapers, Bangkok and its cultural fiesta and little lanes with … Continue reading My typical Taipei travel tale

Post Pride and Prejudice: From the desk of the ‘fallen’ Bennet Sister

One of the characters that is perhaps the most abused by the book's narrative is Lydia Bennet. Labelled wild, untamed, imprudent, impudent, sharp-tongued, Lydia is an extremely principal part of the plot. Ever so, her disposition and occupations are revealed in a manner which tempts readers to mentally tarnish Lydia Bennet's character. Lydia must be … Continue reading Post Pride and Prejudice: From the desk of the ‘fallen’ Bennet Sister