I Have Created an Eastern Bubble for Myself Within the Western World That Surrounds Me

Featured Image: National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts Twelve years old is a really interesting age to immigrate to a completely different corner of the world. On the one hand, you have built up a firm first layer foundation of who you are — a part of you will always be the same person you…

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We Should Stop Using These Arguments When Justifying Progressive Causes

Featured Image: Dorothea Lange During this first half of 2020, the world was brought to a breaking point with a global pandemic and a series of social injustices upending our lives. At nearly every turn, young people have increasingly taken to social media to demand action and push back against the hate and violence. From…

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How Idol Dramas Changed the 21st Century Asian Media Landscape

In many ways, media is a reflection of the world we live in and the cultures with which we surround ourselves. One important piece of this reflection is television, where episodic works are presented in people’s living rooms around the world, shaping daily conversations and, in some cases, redefining an entire media landscape. In Asia,…

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