DISCLAIMER: This article is purely the opinion of the writer, it is not written to be bias or leaning to any political party nor it's opposition. I grew up in the bustling city roads of Jakarta, to be a half breed of Indonesia and a western country, I was nicknamed bule that directly means caucasian. It … Continue reading A History Lesson in Pancasila
It's been a minute since I watched something that moved me in the way that Netflix's original movie OKJA did. Before even going in depth why you should watch this movie, I would like to hand over all the awards including most horrific triggering movie of the year. Disclaimer: there are potential spoilers in this … Continue reading REVIEW: OKJA, a nightmare in motion.
It came to my attention that my opinions were taken into dissection, and I honestly appreciate that because as I disclaimed - these are my opinions. I wrote in what I felt was objective, having said that, I was presented with views on how it seemed as a conformity to patriarchy mainly because my posts gave … Continue reading Subjectivity, Objectively.
FULL DISCLAIMER - This article is solely the opinion of the writer. As a follow up to my post yesterday, I would like to touch on a few things. The official statement from the involved institution has been released. Was this necessary? Of course, it's a standard procedure. But was it necessary for the girl … Continue reading Helen of Twitterverse
Which is a bigger crime, a group of boys talking nonsense or the girl who took the joke too far? In my personal opinion, both are at the same level or idiocy. Now I get that getting many followers can mean you get the chance of monetizing your social media account. But at what cost? In … Continue reading The Generation of Going Viral
It's been a while since I found myself bewildered in an argument with my morality. Recently a good friend of mine confided in me about how his feelings for a girl was shut down, with the rejection he felt as if he lost a power within himself. We ended up materializing this predicament of his … Continue reading Love or Power?
Growing up I was always accompanied by a housekeeper, butler, driver, nanny, etc. Before you say "OMG, she's spoiled", it is common for an Indonesian household to have helpers; whether that me a distant cousin or someone from a maid agency. When I was younger my parents were busy, many nights and even months at … Continue reading Growing Up Privileged