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Abortion: My Body, My Right

As many of you are aware over the past week the hot topic has been surrounding the issue of abortion. Abortion is defined as ‘the ending of a pregnancy by […]

Twenty going on Twenty-Two

Age is just a number? Perhaps in England, but in Korea, it is a much bigger deal. In Korea, when you are born, you are automatically labelled as one-year-old. Before […]

It’s OK to let it be about you

In secondary, I had a friend who had anxiety. Awful as it was for her, she often used it as a loophole to get out of deadlines. I remember one […]

Be Kinda to your Vagina- TOTM Organic review

TOTM Organic has been popping up all over my Instagram for a while and all I ever heard was good reviews, so I had to try their products out for […]

The EU Parliamentary Elections reveal how little we’ve progressed

The feeling of uncertainty has now faded. In its place is the face of doom, and with delays and dithering abound there remains a likely chance that we will crash […]

Korean 101: the history of Hangul

From the age of seven I have been introduced to many languages and cultures. We were encouraged to learn – well, pay attention to – Spanish, French, and German; however, […]

Colombian Culture Shock

Obviously, moving away from home is a challenge for a number of reasons, especially when you’re moving really far away from home. So, before I moved to Colombia’s capital; Bogotá, […]

Ramadan – food, virtues, health and periods

It’s that time of the year again for all of us Muslims – a spiritual cleanse in this holy month of Ramadan. In this first week of fasting, I have […]

Does Comedy Do Enough to Reflect Cultural Diversity?

Mornings on Channel 5 continue to bedevil me, and amplify my cries for Mr Wright’s return. Therefore I’ve gone with something a little different – some aural entrées before breakfast, […]