The Hurt In Us (Part Three)

This past summer, my high school classmate, who is now an English lecturer, invited me to the university she works for in Macau to give a talk. We were not close friends during high school. Lately, however, we had been chatting over social media messaging platform about common intellectual interests—feminism, racism, pedagogy—and more mundanely, ventingContinue reading “The Hurt In Us (Part Three)”

The Hurt In Us (Part Two)

Wars, colonialism, immigration, communism, toxic masculinity, domestic violence, and intergenerational trauma—how my family’s story inspired me to be a better parent, made me determined to break the toxic cycle, and fight against systems of oppression.