censored protest

Rolling eyes, when done well, merit applause and analysis. Recently, many witnessed an infamous eye-roll in Chinese parliament. This was the most popular eye roll that day, even upstaging a royal roll by an English prince shared with his American-becoming-English-but-remaining-American-possibly fiancée during an amusing, maladapted performance. This spectacular eye roll comes from Chinese reporter Xiangyi, … Continue reading censored protest


when being a good sport is wrong

Protests are public pleas protecting or creating common good. This common good varies among communities and individuals, which is why protests appear disturbing to some. Burning rigid representations onto things makes one ignorant of the multiplicity that all things convey. As people ignore the cries for help and demands for change, a malicious functional fixedness … Continue reading when being a good sport is wrong