Genghis Khan vs. Thomas Jefferson

Genghis Khan vs. Thomas Jefferson

While America’s founders are being denounced, in Mongolia the man who reputedly made Beijing’s streets “greasy with the fat of the slain” is being celebrated

Smashing Culture

Smashing Culture

Linh Dinh urges readers to connect the dots, before it’s too late

Philadelphia 2011

Your Black Future

American rebels running amok do not threaten but serve a ruling clique. Look at their targets. They are destroying middle-and working-class stores and communities.

Felix Giordano at Friendly Lounge in Philadelphia 2016.

America Burning, Plus Coronavirus Missives from Vietnam and Philly

Generating chaos and hatred, America’s rulers reinforce all the worst charges against their divided subjects, such as blacks are lawless and cops are racist psychopaths

I'm Interviewed by the Islamic Azad University News Agency

I’m Interviewed by the Islamic Azad University News Agency

Linh Dinh talks to the Islamic Azad University News Agency. In a hard-hitting interview wherein he reveals the truth about about America’s plight as only an outsider can

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Some Thoughts on the Coronavirus Mess and a Missive from Indiana

Since the entire 99% have been relentlessly provoked and humiliated, every aggrieved group is out on the streets. Plus, there are likely hired berserkers among them

Busan May 23, 2020

Flying, Walking, Looking

Linh Dinh reflects on his lot in Busan, South Korea, where he’s been stranded for the past few months because of the Covid-19 pandemic

Busan on May 16, 2020. Click to enlarge

Coronavirus Missives from the US and Vietnam

Linh Dinh reports on the pandemic in South Korea. While his correspondents throw light on the situation in Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam, and California, U.S.A.

Ha Dong, South Korea, 2020. Click to enlarge

The Way We Were

Linh Dinh writes that like everywhere else on earth, passengers on the Seoul subway seem transfixed by their cell phones and seem more isolated than ever

Busan May 6, 2020. Click to enlarge

Coronavirus Missives from Japan and the US

Max von Schuler-Kobayashi, an American living in Japan for the past 45 years writes, I see civil war in America, and eventual breakup, into at least 5 entities

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Let It Cull!

So many lives are being ruined. As we put on masks, our rulers take theirs off. Shielded from us losers, they keep on feasting as we stumble about, as blind as ever

James Weitz at Saigon's airport on March 18th, 2020. Click to enlarge

Coronavirus Missives from Spain, South Korea, Malaysia and Taiwan

Linh Dinh shares perspectives from around the world on the impact of coronavirus

Pohand, South Korea, 2020. Click to enlarge

Coronavirus Missives from Canada, France and China/England

Perspectives on the crisis from individuals around the globe

Yeosu, South Korea on April 7, 2020.

Coronavirus Crisis as a Turning Point

The chaotic American response to the coronavirus crisis is actually auspicious, for it shows their evil core is cracking. Fragmentation is our exit.

Hanoi's airport on Feb 28, 2020. Click to enlarge

Coronavirus Missives from Costa Rica, Mexico, Macau and Lao

Linh Dinh present perspectives on the cornona virus crisis from correspondents in Mexico City, Macau in China and Laos.

Coronavirus Missives from the Philippines, USA, France, Lebanon and Germany

Coronavirus Missives from the Philippines, USA, France, Lebanon and Germany

Wanting to hear what it’s like elsewhere, I emailed some friends a few basic questions. Here are the replies

Busan

America Arrested

Writing in Busan, South Korea, Linh Dinh reflects on some American movies from what is now a bygone age

Zombiology

Zombiology

Linh Dinh reflects on Coronavirus as he travels the bullet train from Seoul to Busan, South Korea

Incheon March 2020. Click to enlarge

Sick Days, Market Crash and Shut Borders

Linh Dinh reports from downtown Seoul, where the restaurants, cafes and bars are all deserted due to fears over the coronavirus

Hong Hani and Yi Autonomous Prefecture, 2020. Click to enlarge

Hugging China

Linh Dinh reports from Vietnam’s border with China where stores were closed and fears over the Corona virus stalks the streets