Great-Grandad comments Unaware offensive terms (Racism)
Round my family table when mu northern grandad told me about Margaret Thatcher closing down the mines when he used to work there. Learning about the womens rights to vote […]
My earliest memory was my mother saying we could all be killed in a nuclear war when explaining what the Cuban Missile Crisis was about.
Occupy Central when I studyed in the H.D, Stand for the Umbrella Movement and Hong Kong Federation of Students, to fight for our right to vote, choosing the Chief Executive […]
My first political memory was when I was about 8 years old. I came home and found my mum in the kitchen crying while listening to the radio. I asked […]
Age: +-4 years old (circa 2000) Memory: Moving from D.C. to Brussels. Never knew real reason (was told job transfer) until last year: Mom so upset at U.S election results […]
In 1990… When I was about 6, we were colouring a map of the word. After we had done so, our teacher explained to us that one of the countries […]
2008 Presidential election, attending Obamas inauguration in D.C. Seeing how happy all the adults were, feeling part of history.
My first political moment however, was when I disputed loudly a religious and historical fact, that mu teacher was talking about. He slapped me, therefore I realised that I’m not […]
1974/5 Nan sent dress to me in Australia. Delayed in post ‘due to hijack’!