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Firsts: What we Leave Behind
First, I remember leaving behind my best friend. Throughout my childhood, my immigrant Korean-American family moved a lot. That story of serial displacement is shared...
Firsts: Cherry Picking
At twilight, Johnny roams the narrow streets. He passes the central square, the old church and the launderette. He walks on searching for something. When...
Firsts: Our Own Archipelago
Two days since midsummer passed. We partied all night on summer cottage decking and drank strong beer with a bear’s face snarling at us from...
Firsts: Pearl of Iran
When I was 10, my father was hospitalised due to kidney disease in a hospital in Urmia. At home, in Tabriz city, my mother, my...
Firsts: James Baldwin: Flaneur de Couleur
I went to Santo Domingo, a sweltering, smoggy metropolis on the edge of a half-island in the Caribbean, as part of my undergraduate university’s study...
Firsts: Streetview: Mumbai
The gypsies had been there ever since I can remember. There were men, women, and children. The men were dark, surly, and unwashed, often bearded....
Firsts: Everything but the Ranch
There’s a light that is particular to Chihuahuan desert of West Texas, to which the town of Marfa belongs, that has less to do with...
Firsts: Travelling Home
I’ve moved back to Belfast, Northern Ireland. I left the family home for good when I was 19, left my city then too and eventually...
Rain drops roll down my face, freedom is so close, when rain encourages you to live, the whole universe is your building plot. Frontiers of...
Firsts: Dots of Lineage Lines
The night is a long gulp it does not quench a thirst but it lingers dripping down a place where panic sets up shop I...
Weekend Reading: I am a place
Careful observation can bridge the gap between seeing something virtually and witnessing the same thing in person. Although I’m no different to any other inquisitive...
Weekend Reading: Mapping Firenze
The day I learned to travel was the first time I ever was truly lost. It was 1979 and I was nine years old. Surely,...
Sunday Magazine: 16.10.16
Welcome to the second edition of our weekly Sunday Magazine. Each Sunday, we bring you selected travel-themed works from around the world, including poetry, memoir,...
Weekend Reading: Food for the inner child
My first meaningful encounter with food took place on the French Riviera in the summer of 1991. I don’t remember it, but the story has...
Weekend Reading: Anastasia maps
Each night my handiwork charts Calypso’s serenade, the arrival of things that can only be made from scratch, a second language learned by the precisionist...
Weekend Reading: An unreliable guide to London
Lord Kitchener, the late Trinidadian calypsonian, arrived in England on the Empire Windrush in 1948, with several songs in his back pocket. Kitchener, a then...
Weekend Reading: Taal Lake and the Lagunzad Trail
Dan Lagunzad was a botanist: he was built slim and thrumming, like a low, springy tree that was just a little bit taller than I...
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