A poem for the season
I believe in human rights. Humans are less straightforward.
COVID is an alarm saying economics actually depends on human rights, which British foreign policy to China fails to recognise in its so-called “pragmatism”which is more short-sighted than it is pragmatic.
Thant Myint-U offers an inside account of the twists and turns behind Myanmar’s troubled quest for peace.
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When I was studying hard sciences during my undergrad, I found it incredibly daunting as an Asian woman entering into a field where women of colour are still a rarity. Being raised in a very diverse, multinational academic environment back at home, where my peers and teachers in my international school were from across the…
(For the Series “Remarkable Women”) When I first met Tin Htar Swe (I call her Aunty Swe since it’s a Burmese thing to use honorifics for someone your senior), it was through a press conference on media freedom in Myanmar (Burma) earlier in the summer this year.
Growing up understanding my privileges was quite strange. What do you mean by privileges you’d say – and I’d say the privilege to a Western, liberal education. Don’t get me started on why I put “Western” before “liberal education” – I don’t know, I’m still trying to find out.
“‘I never painted dreams. I paint my own reality.’