Hong Kong recently held elections for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong, also known as Legco. The ‘Umbrella Revolution’ may had died down, failing to achieve any of its major … Continue reading Liberal City, Authoritarian Country
What would Donald Trump mean for Thailand? This, of course, is a spectacularly difficult question to answer. We all know that Donald Trump is nothing if not inconsistent; he is … Continue reading What President Trump Means for Thailand
I’ve written a guest post for Joe Kaminski’s website on two different theories on how to approach telling a history. You can find the link to this post here.
It is time again for another of my ‘life update’ posts. I’ll be entering 12th grade next week, and so I feel that it is a good time to write a little bit about where I am with my life, my writing blogging so far this year, and some other general thoughts. Continue reading “Senior Year”
On August 7th the majority of Thais voted to accept the new draft constitution. The result, at around 55% turnout, showed roughly 62% of those who voted chosen to approve … Continue reading 5 Takeaways from the Charter Referendum
On an otherwise typical day, a missile landed out of the blue in the sea. Not too close to Japan, of course; it still did not threaten the peace of … Continue reading Nuclear Despotate
It was a historic night when Hillary Clinton was crowned the nominee of the Democratic party. As Clinton finished her speech, as the balloons fell down, as the music started … Continue reading The Glass Ceiling Still Unshattered