Anonymous: Hey so I read somewhere on your blog that you go to Parsons and I wanted to ask how you liked it, what your overall experience is academic and rigor wise and impression of your classes. I'm considering applying after I finish my undergrad degree because I really wanna own my own fashion line and Parsons has such high regard in the fashion world. Basically just anything you can tell me about it. Thanks!!!

Hi! Yes I go to Parsons. I love it there. The professors are excellent and our new university center is amazing. If you want to be a fashion designer Id say Parsons is the place to study. There are a lot of other great schools too such as FIT. The classes are intense and the project/workload is a lot to be honest. Some professors are pretty chill and some are not. But I feel like if you are determined and hard working you will learn skills to put you above the competition, get connections with the top people in the fashion world and learn to challenge your intellectual thinking and how you create. Parsons is the place for that! =)

South Korean broadcasting companies: to end the use of blackface on Korean television

chocolateandwater:

I saw this on someone else’s tumblr but tumblr wouldn’t let me reblog. Which turned out to be a good thing because in turn it led me to the source which led me to the petition page.

It took less than a minute. They asked for my name and my email, and why this was important to me. 

PLEASE SIGN THIS! Black people, brown people, white people, yellow people, red people, green and purple people, you sign too!

SIGN THIS! Many times we encounter or witness injustice, racial discrimination or anything that moves our heart to pity, yet we feel hopeless as we are just one person and feel, what can I do? This is human nature to feel insignificant as one, but now you have a chance to ACT! Even with something as seemingly insignificant as a signature. DON’T JUST TALK ABOUT CHANGE, BE ABOUT CHANGE. SIGN THIS! All voices matter. Your voice matters!

DON’T JUST REBLOG WITH A “YEAH! THIS!” REBLOG AND SIGN THE DANG THING!

We can make a change, or at least make a ripple, and even a ripple is a start!

“With solidarity, you will be more talented and handier, you will be taller and stronger, faster and wiser!” 
― Mehmet Murat ildan

“A hand fought best when it made a fist.” 
― Guy Gavriel KayTigana

“Let each of us lead a revolution of support in the lives of others.” 
― Bryant McGillVoice of Reason

“The individual must not merely wait and criticize. He must serve the cause as best he can. The fate of the world will be such as the world deserves.” 
― Albert EinsteinIdeas and Opinions

AND ONE MORE THING! Send this to your damn sweet Oppa’s twitters! LET THEM KNOW THAT WE KNOW THAT THEY NEED TO KNOW…BLACKFACE AINT COOL! BROWN FACE AINT COOL! RED FACE AINT COOL! 

Signed. Sign and reblog!

Anonymous: has Seoul changed since the first time you visited? (no matter how minor the changes might be)

piecesofmyseoul:

Seoul is one of most frequently changing cities in the world. Each day I notice something is new and I’m like “uh…???”. Everything is constantly changing from stores (never get too attached to anything in this city because it will be gone one day and replaced with a pasta restaurant or whatever the newest trend is the next) to the people to the way life is lived. It’s completely different from what it was when I went for the first time two years ago. I don’t even know how to explain the ways because it’s seriously so different. I’ve never witnessed a city that changes at this pace before In my life. The people in this city are obsessed with trends and what is the newest and best thing and will completely abandon anything they don’t find ~trendy~ anymore. That goes for stores, restaurants and food, clothes, music, electronics, entire neighborhoods, you name it and it changes. I’m actually surprised when things here stay the same because it doesn’t happen very often. On the one hand all the change is exciting but on the other hand sometimes I just wish things would stay the same for more than two months at a time.

ygfamilyy:

DIPLO: “Anyoung!”

DIPLO: “Anyoung!”

Anonymous: Hi I wanted to know where your from

I’m not sure what you mean by this but I was born and raised in America.

Anonymous: What form of id can you use to get into clubs in Korea? What did you use. Im 18 in america if i count as 19 in korea am i allowed in?

If you are a student use your alien card that you get when you come here. If not use your license or state ID. It’s always a good idea to have a photocopy of your license too. The drinking age is 19 in South Korea so if you are 18 right now which means you were born on or before 1995 you are legal!

:)