Me talking to the Taiwan-America Student Conference yesterday: A system of international diplomacy centered around state actors is white supremacy by another name. And fuck that shit. https://scholar.social/media/PFjvHEcWaldsYYh3XKw
This is what the inside of a local🍍 looks like in Taiwan. For folks who live in places that can only import them, you know all the fibers that tear up your mouth? When fully ripe, they turn into sugar. Ripe pineapple is supposed be the texture of a ripe peach. The problem: they don’t ripen after being picked and ripe ones are too fragile to ship. So if you haven’t visited a place with local pineapples, you’ve probably never had a ripe one https://scholar.social/media/lBCACPKvcFl37pt7WdU
Happiness is a new pile of hay tubes https://scholar.social/media/3MF4iB9zTdiigLoyK2k
SJW doing content+digital strategy. Lover of style guides. Researcher on deliberative democracy. 🇹🇼-🇺🇸 they|them Writing @ tinyletter.com/thebestsophist
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