As you scroll your Instagram feeds, like the picture of your friend's wedding on Facebook, or enjoy your coffee on your side of the world, Yemen is experiencing the largest food security emergency in the world , thousands of Rohingya people are fleeing to Bangladesh in hope to save their lives , and the tension… Continue reading Why Reading News Should Be (Remain) Your Daily Habit
It was a breezy day under the lush tree in Ateneo de Manila University when I carefully read a book titled “Encountering Development: The Making and Unmaking of the Third World”. At first, I read it for class assignment during my exchange program but in the end the book changed the way how I see… Continue reading Encountering Development: How Arturo Escobar Challenges the Discourse of Development
As it is widely known, America’s Trump will withdraw US from Paris Climate Agreement. This has incited various reactions. One of which is France’s Emmanuel Macron who makes pun out of “Make America Great Again” slogan by calling the world to “Make Our Planet Great Again”. As you reach the end of the first paragraph,… Continue reading Manual to Save the Earth (Simplified)
Having taken a break from blogging in order to focus on my undergrad thesis, I am finally here. As a comeback, this post is dedicated to summarize a very meaningful discussion with Quy, a young Vietnamese lecturer and a head of environmental project; an excellent woman indeed. Hello! Thank you for sparing your time for… Continue reading This Is How Quy Contributes to Vietnam’s Development
This blog is committed to give platform for people to express their ideas about development. Amidst her packed schedule to compose proposal for social project and recover from jetlag after long hours from Norway, Putri has been very generous to spare some of her time for a short interview. Hello! Thank you for sparing… Continue reading Development is Not Merely About Numbers?