We All Have A Voice

Today marks the start of Pride Month – a time when we celebrate diversity and equality, whilst remembering those that paved the way for us to be here today – some even did so with their lives. Sadly, some people were totally ignorant to the reasons and importance of Pride, insisting that a Straight Pride was needed too.Read More »

We Stand Together

Manchester Bee

First up, this post may seem a little off-topic but in a way it’s still relevant so please bear with me!! A couple of nights ago, a suicide bomber decided to blow themselves up as people were coming out from a gig at the Manchester Arena, which has a 21,000 capacity. The gig was sold out. As soon as I heard about it via Twitter, I needed to know what was going on. Even though I moved away a few years ago, Manchester will always be the place I call home.Read More »

Introducing: My Family

Black Sheep

No matter what, family will always be family. It can be a good thing or it can be a bad thing, there’s nothing you can do about it. In my case it’s a bad thing. Of all the problems I had growing up, communicating was one of them. Not simply because I’m from a traditional-thinking Chinese family and I naively ignored the chance to learn Chinese properly (I was born here in the UK, why would I need to know Chinese? Well, that’s what I thought) but also my parents had a restricted view on the world.Read More »