Kim. 20, Cis Female, Canadian-born, Multi-racial (Malaysian Chinese, English and Scottish), Queer, Student.

Cooking, reading, tea and music > everything.

I'm also into politics and feminism. I'm currently trying to find out more about East and Southeast Asian history in a futile attempt to both recover from 12 ish years of Eurocentric schooling and learn more about my ~culture's~ history.

Well that's me in a nutshell, hope you enjoy your stay :)

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If you’ve ever taken an Asian American Studies class, you’ve probably seen this photo by Nick Ut of a badly burned little girl running away from a napalm bombing on her village during the war in Southeast Asia in ‘72. Her name is Phan Thị Kim Phúc and you can find out what happened to her in the 40 years since this photo was taken here. Her optimism is an amazing thing to see as it fuels her work to help children affected by war.

Y’all should watch the video interview, it’s interesting.

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    Y’all should watch the video interview, it’s interesting.
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