On a little playful (literal) dress-up for a serious cause, which even guys are doing.
On the memories of the Japanese fiction books I have had my nose stuck in so far and my upcoming autoethnographic journey into Japanese short stories
In my version of the future of work, STEM will not dominate over the humanities. For the "human" in "humanities" is what allows us to work with ambiguity and make sense of our complex narratives.
It's 10 p.m. on a Friday, and I am stress-baking.
On a project, a movement, a collection of blunt stories delicately handled.
My take on the 1988 anime Akira.
*Titled borrowed from TED Talk Get comfortable with being uncomfortable by Nigerian author/speaker Luvvie Ajayi, although the talk is not completely related to this reflection. Were I an inanimate object, I bet I’d make a great label maker. The fact that a personal hand-held label maker is on my all-time wish list certainly doesn’t alleviate… Continue reading Being comfortable with being uncomfortable*
My takeaways from the 1954 iconic Japanese sci-fi Kaiju film Gojira (Godzilla)
Dedicated to the celebration of—finally, finally—handing in my last assignment of the semester.
A reflection on my live-tweeting of our weekly BCM325 screenings. Warning: Spoilers.