I am what we call café-au-lait (mixture of coffee and milk), for being from both the south and south-east, and such face some inoffensive discrimination: with my mother family, I am called of my fathe
Jan 26, 2011 from Somalia
When I was a kid I never got the chance of living under protective central government who looks after its people.
Jan 25, 2011 from Cambodia
I am so happy and proud to be born as Khmer and live in my beloved country Cambodia which is well known about its Angkor Wat Temple and natural resources.
How come you nepali people are always smiling and so friendly, you sing and dance like crazy, though there are difficulties in life and some culture and conservative thinking still are the barriers to
Jan 13, 2011 from Philippines
“The Philippines is a beggar sitting in gold.” I grew up hearing this line over and over again.
Jan 07, 2011 from Maldives
The hues of blues that stretches beyond my eyesight takes me to an enchanted world of purity, safety and love creating tender ripples of calmness in my body when I stand on the beach of Male'.
When I think about my relationship with India, I think of the Facebook relationship status ‘It’s complicated’.