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FYI, the virus doesn’t care if it’s the year of the ox.
I’ve been told to be happy about any Asian representation in the media, even if it doesn’t serve us.
Amazon, which provides the technical backbone of ICE and plotted to smear a fired Black organizer, says it 'stands in solidarity with the Black community' in the 'fight against racism and injustice.' And that's just the beginning.
It's a sobering reminder that cyberbullying is never OK and that reality shows are rarely ever real.
Asking ‘why’ as a kid never got me answers, but when we fail to ask questions as adults, it hurts us all.
Survivors' guilt, or feeling overwhelmingly ashamed and anxious about being relatively shielded from the prevalent problems of the pandemic, can also take a huge toll on mental health.
With Stephanie Meyer’s announcement of a new Twilight book coming up, I’m reminded once again how it’s okay to love things others look down upon.
A steep rise in cases reveals the shocking disparity in the treatment of migrant workers, driving many Singaporeans to demand for equality.
I've flaked on people all my life. But thanks to the pandemic, everyone will finally know what social etiquette and the joy of cancelling social commitments feel like.
Raids on private accommodations are commonplace in Indonesia, especially on Valentine’s Day.
"While the whole world is mourning the loss, I’m sure it wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Filipinos are one of the most affected by the tragedy."
As a young Indian, I didn’t grow up feeling particularly close to the national anthem, the Constitution or even the national flag. In 2020, a new connection has been forged.