Monthly Archives: February 2014

Thai Airway

I just realized that I started introducing my home country with a very unpleasant situation, which might have left a negative impression on some of you. Every coin has two sides; so does my country. Regardless of the current upheaval, … Continue reading

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“I Am Still Called by the God I Serve to Walk This Out”

The article entitled “I Am Still Called by the God I Serve to Walk This Out” addresses the issue of racial discrimination powerfully and impressively through a conversation between the author and Lucia McBath, mother of Jordan Davis, a black … Continue reading

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Fighting?

My Thai friend in another ENGL 015 course recounted and made fun of what was going on in his class, which I found at once hilarious and frustrating. It happened when his professor were clarifying the definition of the word, … Continue reading

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Where do you get your news?

If I told you that I have read or watched news from a variety of sources so far, it would be a big lie. Yes, I haven’t. My ignorance of the current situations has developed from my dislike of crimes, … Continue reading

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The Cargo of Black Ivory

Having listened to Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream ” speech, I feel so passionate about this issue that I can’t help giving it a vent through my own passion blog. What is the cause of this discrimination? Who … Continue reading

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Textual and Visual Analysis

At first sight, this image caught my eye with a sharp contrast between cool and warm colors; the upper background is dull blue while the objects in front of it are bright orange. My attention was then drawn to a … Continue reading

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We are so different…

I am a small girl coming from a small town in a small country, called “Thailand”. My same old high school life in neighborhood has been replaced by a hectic pace of college life in the place far away from … Continue reading

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