The most kiang election in Taiwanese history.
I'd find myself riding a bus with a friend's giant face on the side of it—a disconcerting feeling.
A public shaming and its aftermath
Freedom has an asterisk the size of America.
The ballot didn’t fit, because my hands shook uncontrollably.
I tell my students that they are lucky to be living through a period of such exciting democratic activity.
When voters or fellow organizers were rude or mean we’d murmur to one another: “No Drama... Obama.”
Because I was renting and didn't own property, I had to register myself as homeless.
"I think we just might do it," I texted a friend.