For over two months, Hong Kong has stood at an impasse through millions of citizens protesting the fugitive extradition to China law–but the future of the protests seems uncertain.
The Police, Triads, and the Yuen Long Attacks: Fall of Hong Kong Revised
It is 11 pm. Splashes of blood decorate the floor and shrill yells fill the halls of the Western Rail Line in Yuen Long—the police are not there.
Summer Journal: July
My father is setting down the final layer of polyurethane on a new home he bought in Augusta, Maine. He already had one; a fully furnished Victorian-styled Bed and Breakfast an hour south. “You just can’t buy any houses for sixty-grand,” he told me. It was out of pocket but reassured me it was like … Continue reading Summer Journal: July
Montenegro: Making Peace From Violence
Holding myself afloat with a series of gentle strokes, I stared into the gaping maw of an old submarine tunnel, built during Montenegro’s communistic, Yugoslavian years. The vibrant, aquamarine-colored water graduated into the absolute dark; the sounds of the water echoed into the endless void encased in stone and concrete. After all these years the … Continue reading Montenegro: Making Peace From Violence
The Fall of Hong Kong
Hong Kong fights back against Chinese influence, despite the inevitable decline of the territory.
Hong Kong: Disappearing in Slow Motion
Hong Kong's cultural identity, democracy, and freedom of speech is under threat from the looming superpower touching its northern border.
Five Days In Bangkok: A Travelogue
Thai election, medical horrors, and floating markets: five days exploring the astounding Thai culture.
The Graveyard of Ceramic Deities: Exploring Southern Hong Kong
In the back of Hong Kong island, there is a secluded area where the hills are filled with thousands of ceramic deities.
Chungking Mansions: The Ghetto of Hong Kong With Great Food
Chungking Mansions, a vast collection of seedy low-budget hotels, infamous for its history of drug trafficking, prostitution, and illegal goods, also contains some of the best Indian food in Hong Kong.
Chatham County’s New Legal Troubles – Emotional Support Animals
In Savannah, four short sentences in the updated ordinance removed Emotional Support Animal (ESA) status from dogs without Canine Good Citizen certification (CGC).