by Lee Ka-sing
Sushi Grass in Paradise (a story)
by Holly Lee
(22) A Party In The Room
It was pouring outside. Mrs. Bento always worries when it rains this hard. It is about the building, especially the second floor - the east facing room. The exterior bricks around the window have deteriorated so much that, when the rain is substantially heavy and wind exceptionally strong, water would seep through the cracks, trapped inside the dry wall causing it to swell. The sight is not pleasant. Before they have money for the big fix, Ginger has the good idea of cosmetic it up by adhering a big patch of vinyl, which has the approximate grey colour of the wall. The floor suffers damage too. When dried, the top layer of the engineered wood starts to peel off, bit by bit. What the heck, thought Mrs. Bento. There are always worries. We have to deal with it day by day. Day by day? That did remind me of the girl, whom I bought six little drinking glasses from, she broke one of them, the one with DAY BY DAY printed on it - that's my lovely quote of life! And she broke it. Why didn't she break the other ones, like ORGANIC, HEALTHY FOOD or YOU MADE ME SMILE. Bad luck that's all. Oh, already on the third floor, and it's only eight thirty, maybe I can spend a little time in the library. Read more
by Shelley Savor
Travelling Palm Snapshots
by Tamara Chatterjee
India (January, 2017) – The along the shores of Mother Ganga lies a series of ghats. At Babu ghat in Kolkata; one always find a myriad of food and chai vendors, barbers, kushti masseurs and an array of priests with altars. For a few dollars; I started the day feeling blessed.
by Kai Chan
by Fiona Smyth
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