A Trip Down Memory Lane – Studio Ghibli & Miyazaki Hayao

The studio Ghibli is known for its dynamic films that portray three dimensional characters that all overcome an essential problem in their life. The films themselves are timeless portrayals of courageousness, loss, and love. Miyazaki’s films are at once, fascinating and dynamic. The Ghibli exhibit is located in Inokashira Park in Mitaka, which is a … Continue reading A Trip Down Memory Lane – Studio Ghibli & Miyazaki Hayao

The Pitching Plague: When Communication Becomes Inhumane

“Always be pitching.” by Ikenna Nwachukwu Ikenna Nwachukwu is a freelance writer currently based in Lagos, Nigeria. Photo Credit: Geralt, pixabay It’s now the cliché parting admonition from your average self-styled marketing guru. They lob it at you with the sort of light, graceful touch you would usually associate with the dispensing of profound wisdom … Continue reading The Pitching Plague: When Communication Becomes Inhumane

5 Influential African Writers You Never Learned About in School

In celebration of recent African literary history, here's a list of the top five most influential African writers you need to know. Africa has no shortage of influential writers though, so the five chosen here are in now way an exhaustive list. Feel free to add your favorite African writer in the comments! Frantz Fanon … Continue reading 5 Influential African Writers You Never Learned About in School

“This Is America”: A New Way of Celebrating 4th of July

Article and artwork by JT - an avid anime, music and book enthusiast. Donald Glover, an artist who once again, earned true respect from his work. I’ve always thought Donald Glover/ Childish Gambino is a modern-day genius. Comedy, writing, acting, rapping, singing, directing, dancing...you name it. He is always the one with a different perspective, … Continue reading “This Is America”: A New Way of Celebrating 4th of July