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The elephants trekking across China taught me a lesson on resilience and motivation I never thought I needed

Compared to other mammals, elephant behaviour is the closest to human behaviour in terms of experiencing emotions like joy, grief, and anxiety. All of you have probably seen the news of a herd of endangered elephants in China trekking almost 500km from their habitat. Many of you may have seen… Continue reading The elephants trekking across China taught me a lesson on resilience and motivation I never thought I needed

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Why I stopped keeping a daily journal

Journalling is a great tool to express oneself in a healthy way and confess one’s struggles and fears privately without any judgement or fear. It is mainly helpful because it helps to take back control over your life and your emotions. I realised just last year, that maybe, journaling was having a negative effect on me. Rather than helping me, it was hindering my well being. Continue reading Why I stopped keeping a daily journal

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His name was George Floyd.

Protests have erupted in the US after the death of an unarmed, unresisting, innocent black man at the hands of a police officer. Protestors are fighting for change in the systemic racism that has gone unchanged for decades. Patterns of such systemic racism have been recognised globally and cities from around the world are fighting for the end of police brutality and systemic racism. Continue reading His name was George Floyd.

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To What Extent Does Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ Truly Represent South Asian People?

Netflix’s new show Never Have I Ever seems to be a great step forward in the representation of South Asian people in mainstream media. From exposing the ironies of ‘Aunty culture’ to the experiences of third culture children, this show touches on many everyday issues that teenagers face on daily… Continue reading To What Extent Does Netflix’s ‘Never Have I Ever’ Truly Represent South Asian People?

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