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It’s very calming, very methodical, very good if, say, someone you love has died, but you know the world cannot stop, and you can’t either.
For me, Khelobedu is a language, a culture, home. For most South Africans, it doesn’t exist.
“You’re Mexican!” he said a little too enthusiastically, like I was just what he’d been looking for. I worried that he was going to put me in his museum or something.
Why Wrestler Tetsuya Naito Is the Unlikely Hero I Needed
For Black Women, Love Is a Dangerous Thing—“Bitter” Showed Me How to Do It Anyway
Love, Peace, and Taco Grease: How I Left My Abusive Husband and Found Guy Fieri
Soleil Ho, San Francisco Chronicle’s Restaurant Critic, on Food, Fusion, and What’s Often Lost in Translation
Japanese Breakfast, a.k.a. Michelle Zauner, Talks with Noah Cho About Food, Family, and Grief
How Rachel Khong Built The Ruby, a Coworking Community for San Francisco Creatives
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