Mash-Up Round-Up: Dynamite + Lagos Ballet
In an attempt to replenish our surge capacity, we’re gonna take a lil breather (REMEMBER VACATIONS?!). We’ll be back after Labor Day! We love you!
Mash-Ups In The News:
On the archery field, Bhutanese immigrants have found serenity away from the long hours, heavy traffic and masked passengers of the Uber workday. “In this field, it is only the body that suffers. In the city, driving all day, it is the mind.”
via NY Times
Jamaica is a home of Mash-Ups, and the Chinese-Jamaican community dates back hundreds of years. Listen to 11 songs in chronological order that showcase the “universal language” of music grown from this community.
Temperature checks, hand-washing stations, distancing, plastic barriers and masks masks masks. See what “back-to-school” looks like in China, Egypt, Bhutan, Côte d’Ivoire, and other countries around the world.
“It’s every teacher’s dream.” A video of eleven year-old Anthony Mmesoma Madu went viral last month, drawing international attention to the students, dance school, and teacher who fostered the passion, joy, and talent of his dancing.
via NY Times
Cheering up the commuters and preventing crime at night, 27 manhole cover designs lit by LED lights bring Neon Genesis Evangelion and Gundam to the streets of Tokorozawa. Meanwhile, Totoro was brought to life for the luckiest grand-daughters in the world.
In California, Latinos account for 59% of COVID-19 infections and 47% of deaths. For these families and communities, the devastation is incomprehensible.
via LA Times
@whiteguys. Stop telling Asian women about your Asian wife. She’s not a credential, and we’re not impressed.
The formula to find your perfect foundation shade??? The experts give their advice, tips, and tricks for thriving in your best skin.
“It is tedious & exhausting to work your ass off to ensure, in your own, small way, that U.S. citizens can safely vote & exercise their franchise in whatever environment the future holds, only to be undermined daily by lies & disinformation from your own President. Argh.”
Thank you to those working to keep democracy running. Thank you.