Here’s How Young Filipino Voters Feel About The Election Results
As the Philippine midterm elections come to a close, we ask young Filipino voters how they feel about the results, and what they think comes next.
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We Ask Sri Lankan Catholic Youth How the Easter Bombings Changed Their Lives
“The fact that all those people died in a church—a place we all thought beyond doubt was one of the safest places to be in—is just not fair.”
Australian Teens are Taking Twice as Much Ecstasy as Three Years Ago
Despite the government's "just say no" campaign, an increasing number of high school students appear to be saying "yes."
New Year, Same Struggles: Is Total LGBTQ Acceptance a Myth In India?
To help understand and normalize the conversations around the community, we asked its younger reps about their most pressing mental health issues.
Beatboxing Is Taking Over Northeast India, One Youth at a Time
Ahead of the Indian Beatbox Championship in Bengaluru this weekend, these guys from the other side of the Chicken's Neck are making their presence known.
An Open Library in India Is Asking You to Steal Its Books
Srijana Subba, a teacher and owner of the Book Thief Open Library, wants to cultivate reading habits to counter disturbing trends among the youth in the Himalayan foothills.
This Skateboarding Competition Is a Nod to a Fledgling Revolution in India
Jugaad—in its fourth edition now and organized by full-time skateboarder Gautham Kamath—is one of the most anticipated events in a country where the form is fast gaining currency.
The Joy and Boredom of Being Young in New Zealand's Most Remote Outpost
No cell reception, one pub, few faces you haven’t seen before. What life is like on the Chatham Islands, the most isolated corner of one of the most isolated countries in the world.
Surreal Photos of Strangers and Lovers in a Paris Hotel
No. 223 (aka Lin Zhipeng) took over the Hôtel Grand Amour for three days, capturing models he found on Instagram — "All Asians. And older than 18!"— in playfully erotic posts.
In Indian Villages, Jobless Men Run to Join the Army
Amid mounting unemployment, these village men can be seen running at all times of the day and night, with a singular mission to get into the army.
Zeyad Masroor Khan