By Jonas Kelsch ZHUHAI, CHINA – Dec 2, 2016 Malaysian political cartoonist Zunar (Zulkiflee Anwar Ulhaque) said he “will draw more,” in the face of a looming sedition trial and pressure from an increasingly authoritarian government. One of Zunar’s cartoons shows him shackled, hanging by all fours from the ceiling of a prison cell, […]
On the evening of Wednesday, December 7th, 2016, I was walking down an alleyway in the center of Kunming, provincial capital of China’s Yunnan Province. I had just purchased a half-pineapple on a stick from a street vendor and was enjoying the sights, sounds and culinary delights of the “eternal spring city.” But my stroll […]
One teacher that has had the most positive influence on me over the years is Sue Hutchins, my Biology instructor at Itasca Community College. Her thoughtful lectures and teaching passion constituted my first palatable introduction to the principles of ecology and evolution. And her elaborate field trips to explore the organic vibrance of forest, […]
You can find plenty of cheap eats and drinks in Hong Kong. Street food stalls (quickly disappearing) and 7 Eleven are good places to look.
Last weekend, my friend Alex Wang, a local education researcher and music collector, invited me to visit some secondhand CD/DVD/electronics shops in Hong Kong’s working class Mong Kok and Sham Shui Po districts. As we started pouring through countless CDs, I realized that I had forgotten what it feels like to search for work […]
Much of the food featured in this gallery is organically sourced and made with exquisite technique.