Lies in the Classroom

History is like maths. Things which already happend and which are therefore easy to tell. But that depends on who’s telling it.

In reality, history is a very biased area of teaching and especially a very biased way of thinking. History is not just what-really-happened-in-the-past, but a complex intersection of truths, bias and Continue reading

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The Day I Decided to Change the World

Today is the day I realize: this world needs help and I can help it.  – A guest-post by Nutsmar Yuvasopee.

I’m one of those with a simple life: I wake up, I go to work. I party, I shop. That’s how life is here in Bangkok. It’s fast and it’s colourful. I do read the news, mostly online. But somehow I have never felt it’s my business – other people do things and other people who will solve the problems they talk about. The truth is: everything is very far away if you don’t let it in. Continue reading

Worth Investing

Today I would like to introduce two things: A way of fundraising for good causes and an amazing project by a brave Muslim woman.

Kickstarter “is the largest funding platform for creative projects in the world.” The page helps people find others who believe in their projects. Be it films or documentaries or Continue reading