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  • The Enlightened: The Quantum Conduit

    The Enlightened: The Quantum Conduit

    1: The Discovery Dr. Elizabeth Morgan stumbled backwards, nearly falling over the tangle of wires spreading across the laboratory floor. She steadied herself against the edge of the workbench, heart pounding with exhilaration. On the monitor in front of her, lines of data spilled down the screen, confirming what she had just witnessed with her…

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  • From Dizzying Infatuation to Steadfast Devotion

    From Dizzying Infatuation to Steadfast Devotion

    It was a Tuesday afternoon when Claire first laid eyes on David across the crowded coffee shop. In an instant, something sparked inside her – a gravitational pull she couldn’t explain. Her chest tightened and her breath quickened as she stared, transfixed by his kind eyes and easy smile. When he caught her gaze, Claire…

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  • Escape from the Zompocalypse: A Budget Survival Guide

    Ukraine, Prypiat, Avchyeya Checkpoint As the Geiger counters buzzed from the radiation exceeding safety limits, we lined up to pass through the checkpoint. The inspection was simple – they took away the Geiger counters and recorded the readings. But from the corner of my eye, I noticed the white guy behind me was shaking. It…

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  • What is the meaning of life? – Go down to the dock and get some fries!

    In 2011, Hannah Haxford and her husband were walking in Bridlington, a seaside town, when something amusing happened. Her husband bought a packet of fries. Suddenly a fearless herring gull swooped down towards them. In Hannah’s words, it was “bold as brass.” Her husband threw a couple of fries toward the herring gull, and the…

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  • The Inevitability of Fragmentation: Division as a Concession to Feudal Realities

    Why did European rulers feel the need to divide their territories multiple times throughout history? Many people have the causality backwards. The reality was not that division led to fragmentation, but rather that fragmentation led to division. In the imagined feudal system of later generations, lords could arbitrarily dispose of their territories as if molding…

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  • Ode to My Virtuous Sister

    Sixty-four years ago today, i was born. As my birthday arrives, childhood memories of my elder sister occasionally float through my mind. I can only pity my actual junior high school education level, without any writing experience, and not knowing how to write a memoir. All i have is the natural urge to express my…

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  • Remembering Zarina Hashmi: An Artist Who Found Home in Her Art

    On April 25, 2020, the world lost Zarina Hashmi, an Indian-American printmaker and sculptor whose minimalist works explored themes of home, exile, borders, language, and memory. She was 82. Hashmi’s life was shaped by displacement. Born in Aligarh, India in 1937, her family home was destroyed during the 1947 partition of India and Pakistan imposed…

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  • What If I Won $500 Million?

    Here is a draft of an urban story in English titled “What If I Won $500 Million?”: There are differing opinions on whether $500 million is a lot of money or barely enough. But whether $500 million is sufficient really depends on one basic principle – what do you want to do with it? If…

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  • A Ski Trip to Remember: My Mysterious Memory Lapses

    The First Time It was the first time I went skiing with some friends and one friend’s mom. My friend had just started making short videos, recording his daily life with his mom. He was wearing a camera on his head to film everything. When we got to the ski resort, we started having fun…

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  • Strings of Fate

    The boy, whose name is Adam, rushes back home and finds his mother barely clinging to life. Her breathing is labored, and she is unable to speak. Adam takes out the string from the box and hesitates for a moment before he cuts it in half, just as the note instructed him to do. Immediately,…

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