I knew I was looking for something, but I didn’t know what. I had decided to hike Gabal Mousa (Mount Moses aka Mount Sinai) alone, with a Bedouin mountain guide, several months before I finally went in the beginning of November, 2020. In October 2020 I had to first renew my tourist visa in order … Continue reading The Nausea: Seeking Refuge →
The Poor Poet Virginia Woolf had written about women needing space and the means to think and create. This means the time and resources, in order not to have to work – nor be obliged to be a housewife, and be able to have the time needed to create. For a man, it is different, … Continue reading An Ode to Virginia Woolf’s “A Room of One’s Own” →
Will you? Will you grow, evolve, and transgress past the endless societal obligations like the boundless waves of a sea and transgress, into eternity? past what our mothers and fathers have drilled into our heads our heads that were once filled with play-things, toys and pacifiers we replaced these with books, games and school then … Continue reading Will you? →
COVID-19: The unasked for mirror of humanity and the individual. On Monday March 16th, Egypt announced it would close all the airports for two weeks. As a 24-year-old British-Chinese UK citizen, I decided to stay in Egypt during the COVID-19 pandemic. This pandemic is a testament to humanity and the unasked-for mirror of ourselves. When … Continue reading Deciding to stay in Egypt during COVID-19 as a Chinese-British Woman →
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