Archive for Category: "china"
Because a friend was visiting, we decided to go for a hike and explore Lamma Island. Lamma is the third largest Outlying Island, which is part of Hong Kong territory. We caught a ferry in the Central Pier 4, which is a very beautiful old building on the seaside promenade.
I’d like to introduce you to my new city. Some people call it the New York of Asia and it’s actually, I believe, the city that best contrasts the Eastern and Western worlds
After high school high achiever Monika Lutz was rejected from every college she applied to, she decided to spend the next two years figuring out what she really wanted out of life. In her new book, Now What?, Monika traces her internships and travels through nine cities and six countries
Recently, I walked to the beach in Chicago with a friend. The weather was perfect for a day at the beach, just hot enough to goad you into freezing Lake Michigan but not so hot that you felt dizzy. As we walked, we noticed a large crowd of people awkwardly milling around on the corner. “What happened?” we asked a man who looked particularly upset
Since I arrived back in Chicago from Hangzhou, China, I’ve been reading a lot Black Girl Dangerous, an awesome blog written by queer and non-queer people of color about race, women, life, etc. etc. Honestly, it’s made me think a lot about my position as a white queer person