Jinny Koh and Wong Shu Yun on Family, Expectations, and Unconditional Love

This is an excerpt of a conversation between Jinny Koh, author of
The Gods Will Hear Us Eventually, and writer Wong Shu Yun on the complexities of parent-child dynamics and the expectations of
unconditional familial love at Deep Cut: un/conditional love.

First Look: Gaze Back

I asked the internet about nasi kang kang
google said:
some southeast asian cultures believe
that virginal fluids, including menstrual blood
have special supernatural powers
and is commonly used by individuals
and witch doctors in rituals

Needs, Wants, Dignity

For the International Day for the Elimination of Poverty (Oct 17),
read this exclusive release of the chapter ‘Needs, Wants, Dignity’
from the bestselling This Is What Inequality Looks Like
by Teo You Yenn which explains how dignity—often overlooked
in the formulation of policies—is a crucial part of life and
what we need to rethink when we talk about improving policies.