Minister of Culture Lee Yung-te made comments at the recent National Culture Congress earlier this month that might strike as somewhat unusual.
A green mist of new leaves rose along the abrupt slope of Morningside Avenue.
A young police officer is standing with a woman I assume to be his mother. She is praying for him loudly, at a major junction on the streets of a Lagos suburb; speaking in tongues unashamedly while passers-by stare, some in admiration, others, not so much.
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... and which part by Harry Siegel?
Abortion access is on the ballot in several states this year in attorney general races.
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Gris Muñoz writes a gentle, haunting story about love, lobster, and abusive men who flaunt their power.
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Jonathan Russell Clark debuts a monthly column for Tasteful Rude detailing the choicest selections from his book-obsessed life.
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In Nigerian popular culture, ‘double wahala’ is a Pidgin English phrase that was made popular by ace Afrobeat musician and activist, Fela Anikulapo Kuti.