Reflecting on Me and Mine

Reflecting on Me and Mine

 By Saron Mechale ’17 When I think of home, I always think of growing up playing with my neighbors and friends. I think of sleepovers…

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Sights and Sounds: Korean Poetry "My Heart"

Sights and Sounds: Korean Poetry “My Heart”

  Click below to hear this poem read in Korean. My Heart  is a Poem by Kim Tong-Myŏng which was originally published in the South Korean Magazine 조광(朝光  (Book…

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What do Singaporeans Speak?

What do Singaporeans Speak?

 By Alyssa Wan Hui Toh ’16 & Jasmine Liu ’17    Introducing yourself as being from Singapore can be a useful icebreaker – it often…

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Being A Rhode Islander at Brown

Being A Rhode Islander at Brown

By Sarah Thomas Being a native Rhode Islander at Brown is rather unique.  Most students come from other states or countries. In fact, less than…

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Debunked: Mongolia Edition

Debunked: Mongolia Edition

by Nomin Khishigsuren ’17 I am Mongolian. Which means a lot of questioning eyes and astonished faces when I tell people where I am from. “Wow, that…

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FIRSTS: The Bluetooth Enigma

FIRSTS: The Bluetooth Enigma

Presenting IWB’s new comic strip column: a space for exploring cross-cultural encounters through the revealing, yet light-hearted lens of humour. Our inaugural series, titled “FIRSTS,” narrates…

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