In the Shadow of the Han
An eyewitness account from Xinjiang
At the most unexpected moments, something is revealed that breeches the iron grip of life in China’s far-Western Xinjiang province. I find myself...
Exploring British Muslims through the Lens of Youth, Creativity and Activism
Mainstreaming the Muslim presence in Britain through creative activism
Whether it is extremism, immigration, integration or crime, Muslims are usually at the centre of discussion...
BFI LFF Perspectives: Laughing When the World’s on Fire
Chronicling the collapse of creative industries and other troubled futures at this year’s BFI London Film Festival, as reviewed by five of our writers.
Crazy Rich Asians: Colonial Curiosities and Exotic Fantasies
A landmark in ‘Asian’ representation on screen turns out to be less than revolutionary
* Contains mild spoilers
Many Asian Americans proudly turned out to support Crazy...
The Handmaid’s Tale Fails to Challenge Patriarchy
The Handmaid’s Tale leaves no room for moral ambiguity in its characters, nor does it present a timely challenge to patriotism.
During its two seasons The Handmaid's Tale, the series...
Winston Churchill Is Haunting Our School Corridors
Students deserve to know what the British Empire did, and learning about Winston Churchill’s true character is the perfect place to start.
At my school, a cardboard cut-out of Winston...
Wake Up and Smell the Ashes: Climate Change Is Our Problem Now
Our consumerist generation must face the heat and bring about a shift in culture
The UK’s heatwave looks to be breathing its last, and I write this enjoying a glorious rainy...