my last post was inspired by the 20th anniversary of the tiananmen square massacre. in it i was musing about what it takes to stand up against whatever oppression we’re experiencing, be it political or in a smaller social environment. making that decision marie reflected: “i guess it’s a matter of deciding what is more… Continue reading taking a stand: what does it take to make a difference?
the twentieth anniversary of tiananmen square. i sit at the mall in richmond centre as i write this. richmond, we sometimes say, isn’t vancouver – it’s part of china. if you want to get a job here, it really helps if you speak mandarin or cantonese. so there are a lot of chinese people here… Continue reading tiananmen square – standing up
this is a first, folks. more precisely, two firsts and probably one last. the first and the last: this is definitely the first time you’ve seen me say OMG here, and quite likely the last. it’s just not the kind of thing that makes me ROTFLMAO (okay, that was probably also the last time i… Continue reading OMG – NaNoWriMo