Unwanted hands grappling - (Trigger warning: assault)
Yesterday evening in the hostel in mountainous Munnar, as I lounged to read Anuradha Roy’s “all the lives we never lived,” I heard an accented speech in Chinese. I looked up and saw a blonde woman. Curious, waiting for her to finish the 60 second sound clip on We Chat, I tugged my … Continue reading Merry in Munnar: One of the Best Days in My Life
This post primarily serves as a reference opportunity for those seeking financial aid for school, studying abroad, and other budget-friendly travel opportunities. While this originally started out as a Google doc, I've shared the gDoc more than 200 times and opening/changing the settings so many times has inspired me to create an open access blog … Continue reading International Resources: Scholarship & Fellowship Opportunities
"Intezaar," you cage me between dawn and dusk.
My blood released ink possible to pen my survival.
During my first Sunday in India, I attended #ArtExchangeBangalore where artists from a multitude of mediums gathered for two hours to create art, then exchange it, before leaving with another person’s artwork.
Fertile grounds bore grass Refusing to permit the other side green.
“你的父母应该很担心你，是吧？” Your mother and father must really worry about you, right?
During my first Sunday in India, I attended a wonderful function entitled #ArtExchangeBangalore (check them out on Instagram and Facebook!) I will have a more thorough blog post about that event forthcoming; however, while there, I met a tremendously talented artist, Shishir (check out his talent at @shishirkart ). I was absolutely captivated by the … Continue reading Poetic Exchange: Song
I didn't panic but I did question my motives for saving $7 by taking a bus when I didn't have a working SIM. I breathed deeply. I wanted to be challenged. I wanted outside of my comfort zone. Well, here I am.