Pimprae Hiranprueck, who goes by Nancy, barely spoke English when she left Thailand for the U.S. at age 13. And while she now calls the U.S. home, for many years, she’s struggled to reconcile missing her home country and the family she left behind. As a way of coping and investigating the layers of emotions she felt about her estrangement and her imminent return to Thailand, she produced Intersecting the Parallels, a photography project where she inserts herself into landscapes and family photographs. In a recent interview in Slate, Hiranprueck says the project enabled her to, “reacquaint myself with friends and family and to create new memories.” Read more on her website.
See you in a couple weeks.
a forum post I read recently, trying to give a solid example of what ‘male objectification in gaming ’ would actually look like if it was anything equivalent to current female objectification in gaming. (via nothingbutsurrender)
I think I reblogged this before, but I’m just gonna reblog it again.
This. So much
teacher: hey you are failing your classes idiot
student: you know what teach? i dont give a swag *walks out*
that student.. as you may have already guessed.. was albert einstein
um..i think you made this up for notes?
first of all, how dare you
I identify with Lisa.
Pete-imation: Batman And Bane Get Lunch
Now you have my permission for fries!
Kiev, largest city of Ukraine, before the violent demonstrations and now.