Some woes of orientalism and the lack of female representation in fine dining

Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! Today we are going to chat a bit more casually about a somewhat political as well as social topic. Unlike our usual format of structured arguments and basis on literary content, we will be venturing into social commentary – which honestly, never hurt anyone. Besides, inspirationContinue reading “Some woes of orientalism and the lack of female representation in fine dining”

Intersectional book club #2: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi

“I had learned that you should always shout louder than your aggressor.” Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! For our second intersectional book club we move towards the wonderful country that is Iran! For those that do not know much about the country, it goes far and beyond whatContinue reading “Intersectional book club #2: Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi”

Poetry spotlight #1: Do not live as I did by Park No Hae

Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! Today we have an amazing poetry spotlight, our first one, and a Korean one at that! This poem is by Park No Hae (박노해), born in 1957. Park No Hae is actually his pen name, and he found inspiration for it through the sentence, ‘the emancipationContinue reading “Poetry spotlight #1: Do not live as I did by Park No Hae”

Is Shia sectarianism singular to Bahrain?

Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! For those interested in the history and politics of the Middle-East, we shift our focus today towards a small island state called Bahrain in the Gulf – and report on the nature of Shi’ism in the country. Today throughout the Middle East, Shias represent the politicalContinue reading “Is Shia sectarianism singular to Bahrain?”

An analysis and evaluation on Scanlon’s ‘What We Owe to Each Other’ (1998)

Hi earth friends, and welcome to the Talking Egg! Today we have a nerdier post for those philosophers and lovers of philosophy out there. A bit of a longer post than usual, but we all know how it is when you start writing critical observations in philosophy! Miles long, but hope you still appreciate this moreContinue reading “An analysis and evaluation on Scanlon’s ‘What We Owe to Each Other’ (1998)”