Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency was established 15 years ago in response to the 9/11 attacks.
People want to abolish ICE because of Trump’s immigration policies.
Before the U.S. had a
Department of Homeland Security (DHS), immigration was managed by the Department of Commerce first, and then the Department of Labor next.
Continue reading “Re: Abolish ICE? Please don’t.”
Kids (and, surprisingly, babies) nowadays have their hands on smartphones, tablets, computers, and/or gaming systems with social media sharing. They’re exposed to much more information than I ever was when I was a kid! (I’m a post-millennial, by the way.)
Continue reading “Quick Thoughts: Media Literacy Should Be Taught To Children (and Parents)”
2NE1 will probably reunite. I don’t know how soon, but it’ll probably happen for a YG Family Concert. And it’ll probably be one of the most popular “2nd gen.” K-Pop comebacks of that year.
Continue reading “How I Imagine 2NE1’s Reunion (BLACKPINK & YG Family Concert)”
At first, I was one of those people who was extremely against Scarlett Johansson acting as a trans-man in a movie. But now that I think about it… I’m kinda split down the middle.
Continue reading “Re: Scarlett Johansson Stepped Down from A Transgender Role for A Movie”
Jisoo officially serves the visual role in YG Entertainment’s girl group, BLACKPINK.
In BLACKPINK’s latest comeback, she stole the spotlight and captured the hearts of many with her huge vocal improvement, versatile beauty, and powerful dance in the music video for “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du”.
But few noticed how she has always exceeded the expectations of a visual even long before the group’s debut.
Continue reading “BLACKPINK’s Secret Weapon: Jisoo”
I can understand why police officers arrested her.
A lot of people visit Ellis Island, and I believe that you have to purchase expensive tickets to access the crown.
…And I do know that the original torch of the statue was removed because of a bombing attack.
…How in the world did she get on the Statue of Liberty?
(The first half of this blog post will be about my reaction to
this article, while the second-half will focus on my reaction to another article about the same incident.)
(Right now, I’m assuming that a lot of people are defending that woman’s actions like the author of that article.)
Continue reading “Black Woman Arrested For Climbing the Statue of Liberty on Independence Day”
After filming for “House of Cards” was done, I received an e-mail from my college’s theater department about an audition for a local summer playwrights festival.
Auditioning for an acting role is definitely a step-up from auditioning to become an extra.
Continue reading “Audition #3: I Got the Lead Role… and Turned It Down”