Hundreds of Trump supporters, with megaphones, flags, and dead deer in tow, converged on the Maine Capitol of Augusta to claim Democrats stole the election from them.
I came to realize my neighbors were nothing but empty houses.
A quaint Maine museum's appreciation for the mundane.
An island off Maine's coast offers unique historical attractions, with a surprising link to Jungian psychology.
The year of 2019 ends with more global anxiety than it started.
With a year full of societal unrest, it is important to look at why Hong Kong is an incredible experience, and why you should visit.
I am sitting alone in the empty room, listening to the hum of the air vents above; Each minute noise amplified like I was in a Fresnel lens. Besides a few bags hugging the right corner of the wall, the bedroom is devoid of objects. I had arrived early at my new apartment, whom I … Continue reading Summer Journal: Savannah Vignettes
James ‘Double Dutch’ Kimble, Jr. in front of his memorial I live in a neighborhood on the verge of gentrification–marked by a very literal socioeconomic railroad track. The home next to mine ominously crepitates, with a second-floor deck threatening to collapse. An overgrown playground, where I have yet to see children play, lay behind an … Continue reading Summer Journal: August
The night air was heavy; smelling of the sea, fish, and cigarette smoke. I sat at a small table with a motley group of individuals at a local hawker centre in Tuen Mun (新青山灣沙灘餐廳). Sitting to the right of me, an Australian man with a beige flat cap recently came back from Tianjin, China, hoping … Continue reading Summer Journal: June
I am deeply disturbed by the events that unfolded on the 5th of August in Hong Kong.