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Infinite

On one Friday afternoon, my mother and I went to the grocery store with the sense of everyday normalcy. I was casually scanning the snack aisle like I would often do until I see an elderly figure at the end of the cookies section that looked strangely familiar. With his thin figure and that signature…

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I’ll Be Right There by Kyung-Shook Shin

  This emotionally explosive read has left me with a book hangover that I can’t seem to budge that easily. “I’ll Be Right There” has also made its way as a first Korean read and was I glad to have stumbled upon it at one of my favorite bookstores in the capital. Here we have…

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Noted: Monsoon Tiger and Other Stories by Rain Chudori

There’s a kind of fierceness to how animals love. Do they? I’m sure they do, they must. In the natural world, there is no room for contemplation — it is only survival. But come to think of it, that primal instinct might make animals love better than we do. No requisites, conditions. No, I am…

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