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Deaths of Former South Korean Comfort Women Sadden World (And #MeToo)

Recently, the death of a very outspoken former South Korean Comfort Woman Ms. Kim Bok-dong reminded us of a long…

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Enjoying Ube the Right Way

Ube is a beautiful cousin to the sweet potato with an unmistakable royal purple color and light, pistachio-like taste. Because…

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Breastfeeding in Public, What’s Your Take?

For now, I am not a mother. I think motherhood is a beautiful thing and I one day hope to…

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Let’s Get Girly! My Top Nail Polish Picks

Having my nails done is, yes I’ll admit it, a millennial luxury but I just can’t seem to get enough.…

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The Time Loop, Depression and Netflix: Russian Doll

As per usual, I was looking for a binge-worthy show on Netflix and stumbled upon Russian Doll. The show, written…

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s Legacy Lives

All of my life growing up, I remember learning about the life and times of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.…

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6 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Zion National Park

Zion National Park’s cascading red cliffs are hard to miss. It’s a great place for a drive with its picturesque…

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The Catcher in the Rye: Just as Bad as I Remembered

After watching the grappling series “You” on Netflix (OK yes, TOTAL two-day binge I’ll admit), the character Peach Salinger piqued…

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Bird Box and the Morality of Latin American Immigration

Sandra Bullock’s new Netflix thriller “Bird Box” is a movie about a dystopian Armageddon where seeing the outside world drives…

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Reparations for South Korean Comfort Women Slashed

There are only 25 South Korean Comfort Women still alive today. Their existence has proven to be an uphill battle…

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