Interview: hiMe printed the book of her story as a Refugee — Blookup Blog

Summer is light and joyful, but many things can happen under the sun. Some are less light, but are also essential to know, essential to History and Memory. It might take a while, but things do get lighter and sunnier when you begin to write them down. hiMe, from the blog A Refugee’s Journey, shares all that…

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The chopsticks battle

After living in Australia for a while, I am ready to leave my chopsticks culture behind.

After living in Australia for a while, I am ready to leave my chopsticks culture behind.

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He bit on the boiled chicken piece, then put it back onto the communal plate and picked another. I was 8 years old then and he was a visiting elder; even my parents wouldn’t dare to confront him. Since then I couldn’t stop thinking about the disgusting saliva that the elder left on the chicken piece. But wait there’s more!