You allowed us in, we were able to give so much back to your country – Tat Wa Lay

A Vietnamese man’s Facebook post on his experience of arriving in the UK as a refugee has been liked and shared by tens of thousands of people, amid the current debate about Europe’s migrant crisis. Tat Wa Lay’s post talks about how he was one of thousands of “boat people” who fled during and after the Vietnam War to escape persecution and poverty – his … Continue reading You allowed us in, we were able to give so much back to your country – Tat Wa Lay

What is striking in India is the indifference of the privileged: Chomsky

At 84, Noam Chomsky remains the sharpest, most acute, most unrelenting critic of power, particularly American power. He speaks to Priyanka Borpujari about the evolution of protest; the disconnect between the misery he sees on the streets of Delhi and our elites’ chest-thumping pride; the narrow concerns of mainstream media; and his starring role in a Gangnam Style parody. Noam Chomsky, 84, Linguist & Activist, … Continue reading What is striking in India is the indifference of the privileged: Chomsky