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Race-Making of COVID-19 in Early Mainstream Frames: The Production of the Epidemic(ed) Transnational Citizen
In adopting discourse tracing as method, this piece shares my initial insight on the reporting of the COVID-19 outbreak by mainstream press (Singapore).
We Have Already Overpowered the Beast: What Fear Taught Me
We should open more borders of global meaningful friendships, produce and teach more integrative and holistic communication, and make more efforts towards helping our vulnerable members.
Choir Quarantined – Beyond Music Technology and Community building
The quarantine silences our collective musical voice, but a bright world awaits us.
"This Seems Familiar": Survivalism & Health-Mindedness in Emerging New Normal
The totalizing security mindset acted upon in Israel is insightful into how an anticipated post-Covid-19 New Normal that prioritizes health-mindedness may fare.
Food for the soul: How immigrants use food blogs to heal during times of crisis
Virtual communities built around food help immigrants cope in times of crises.
No, this is not how I had expected my Senior Year would end
A Personal Narrative which details the increase in ethnic and racial tensions, which results from a general sense of panic and the influence said panic has over global politics.
Reading in the Time of Coronavirus
Limiting media consumption decreased my information overload during COVID-19, while insights from poetry and the stories of family and friends provided resilience and forward momentum through action and activism.
Pride vs Anxiety
A blog on the constant balancing act I tend to play between feeling anxious and feeling proud, of my daughter who is a junior doctor in the UK, on the frontlines during these times of crisis.
Unimagined Communities in a Time of Global Crisis
A reflection on the theory of diaspora and the future of immigration
This is a narrative of a woman, who shares excerpts from her life to illustrate that a disease is not the only reason why people are quarantined.