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... as you can see by reading the source article. It seems like half the population of Kuwait is Indian and Filipino so this would be a drastic change and would send an even clearer message that something needs to happen. All right now I've got that out of my system the other main events were travel related, including ticking off another country in my Axis of Evil Ski Tour, North Korea. This was an eye opening experience and I can say, unlike Iran, that ...
... desperate string of love letters mentioned then too, she thought. Nothing in the story beforehand really supported such a display of devotion. Simin had grown up in Shiraz, Iran and moved to Australia last year. No one knew about Iran here, except that they were trying to bomb Israel. And that her hometown has the same name as a wine grape, something they all thought rather funny because Muslims can't drink.
She and David had met, of all places, in a drive in cinema. ...
... he was the first to admit that there are better routines going round, Karl nevertheless thought any routine was better than none. Another thing. Offering, or asking for, a smoke was a nice way to get to know people. Sure, it was the same as offering, or asking someone to give him, cancer but still the gesture mattered. It was worse to make no gesture to strangers. That could lead to loneliness.
Karl didn't want to quit. He dabbed ...
... possibilities for the human condition. Cambodia needs narratives beyond the ones imposed on them through media practices they did not define or create. We do not want to just hand out tools or tell local Cambodians what is needed. Instead we would like to instill inspiration, desire, and esteem.
It was great to read this because it addressed the issue of agency and it was Khmers saying this. I was ...
... working there were three of his works on pedestals in the middle of the space, lit up. It felt special having a connection to these large artworks which the thousands of people who used the building every day must have seen.
None of this is about ...
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