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Turns Out, I Can Stand (Auto)Biographical Books

Thank you for the inspiration to blog and list my favorite books/things about literacy, Mbosque & Mbosque! Forgive my #enggres. Ok, let’s put it this way: I don’t like auto/biographical books. I don’t hate it, I just don’t find any joy in finding out about famous people’s lives. I mean I get it you’re famous.…… Continue reading Turns Out, I Can Stand (Auto)Biographical Books

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Women’s March Chicago: Some Unprofessional Snapshots

Here are some photos that I took on Women’s March 2018 in Chicago. These are super crude files and I don’t edit anything (too lazy to do that). I only captured what I found interesting. My favorite is someone’s “I’M MAD” sign. I mean, that’s exactly how I feel being someone identified as a woman…… Continue reading Women’s March Chicago: Some Unprofessional Snapshots

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Kutak-Katik Kindle

Mengapa blog adiluhung saya ini tiba-tiba ingin mengulas gadget? Tidak tiba-tiba juga sebenarnya. Dan kalau boleh menjustifikasikannya, gawai yang ingin saya jelaskan ini bagian dari proses membaca. Kindle adalah tablet berukuran 6-7 inch monofonik keluaran Amazon yang secara eksklusif  hanya untuk membaca. Perangkat ini bisa dihubungkan dengan internet (wi-fi) untuk kebutuhan install/registrasi nanuninu ketika pertama…… Continue reading Kutak-Katik Kindle

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My Time with the 8th Dentist and How My Previous Dentistry Experience Was a Whole Lie

I’ve been dealing with dentist as long as I can remember. The first time when I was 4 years old, when I got my first crack tooth. I still remember what I had in my mind back then: i HATE dentists. They’re evil. They have no compassion or whatsoever. But I guess dentists love my money me because…… Continue reading My Time with the 8th Dentist and How My Previous Dentistry Experience Was a Whole Lie

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Blog 9 – Many Hands of the State: Stratifying State (Gender)

*This writing has been proofread by Dr. Carol Yoken In 2013, the eight-story Rana Plaza in Dhaka, Bangladesh, which served as a sweatshop for many high-end brands in Italy, the USA, and the UK, collapsed, killing approximately 1134 garment workers and injuring 2500 others. Nearly all the victims were informal women workers. Two years after the…… Continue reading Blog 9 – Many Hands of the State: Stratifying State (Gender)