Let us take a step back. Today we reflect. Do you think we all believe in something? Believe it or not, the answer is yes. We might believe in God, or simply that cereal comes before milk, but whatever it is, belief is so common in our lives, that sometimes we don’t recognize it so…
An honest exploration into why Thai people partake in gossip and the cable news channels’ capitalistic way of thinking which makes them morally corrupt.
The Personal Project Exhibition is an annual event hosted and organised by each year’s current cohort in the tenth grade. This article is the second of two which examines the Personal Project experiences of four students.
The Personal Project Exhibition is an annual event hosted and organised by each year’s current cohort in the tenth grade. This article is the first of two which examines the Personal Project experiences of four students.
This piece is an essay about being a teenager, a time that is akin to the period in which flowers must wilt once December arrives, before blooming again with the visitation of spring.
Don’t let the pretty flowers fool you!
*As if summoned by my glance, the doors began to slowly groan open, the glowing gap between them widening with every screech of the copper plates against the floorboards. A pause. The silence of the air grew into a bloated minute of suspense. The only noise to pierce the silence was the lullaby of a far-off bird, humming melodically like a sorrowed bow against a violin. The doors began to stutter forward once more, and for the first time, I saw the patent leather shoes of Mister Francis.*
งานเขียนนี้ เป็นบทความเกี่ยวกับการเป็นวัยรุ่น ที่เป็นเสมือนระหว่างช่วงเวลาที่ดอกไม้ตายลงเมื่อเดือนธันวาคมเยือนมาถึง ก่อนที่จะเบ่งบานใหม่อีกครั้งในฤดูใบไม้ผลิ
A floating piano and a vanishing trick.
Mariko During this night, the rain fell more heavily than usual and I was looking out the window that was illuminated by passing cars and the dim street lights filled with drunk people who probably got kicked out by the bouncers working there laying around in the streets, I was spacing out of the bar…
To understand why the Soviets intervened in Afghanistan on 24th December 1979, we first need to go back a few decades. In the 1950s and 1960s, Afghanistan was still a quite fragmented country. Most of the population lived in rural areas, in their own tribes, with their own laws and social structures to follow. But…