The Low-Down on Fusion Cuisine

It’s not necessarily the fusions themselves; it’s the way “fusion” cuisine is spoken about and carried out in the West that profits off “otherness” and erasure.

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The Hyphen: An Intimate Identity Crisis

Transnationality is a distinct form of existence simultaneously characterized by culture and environment. However, although this type of individual is characterized by others and the outside, there is still freedom and selfhood in the chaos that defines the concept of the “hyphen”.

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In response to “The Hyphen” 

It’s strange to think about dysphoric experiences, especially when one comes from a “multicultural” country like Canada. You’re allowed to celebrate who you are – your culture, your practices, your beliefs – with the expectation that you won’t be kicked under the rug for being different.

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Everything about the hyphen is pain. Everything within the hyphen is pain. Everything beyond the hyphen is pain.

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