Breaking the Taboo: Let’s Talk About Sex

When was the last time you heard or read about the word "sex"? Probably in the context of discussing genders. Or maybe in a casual conversation with your friends. But beyond that, have you ever heard of an informative conversation amongst adults discussing the act itself? The probability of you having had sex is a … Continue reading Breaking the Taboo: Let’s Talk About Sex

Decoding the Mystery of Ramanujan

Welcome to the Time Travel Show, where we interview famous personalities from the past! Today we have a brilliant Indian mathematician, famous for his work done on the subject! We are here in Madras, the year is 1919, where Ramanujan is engrossed in his mathematics. Please give it up for Srinivasa Ramanujan! Thanks for having … Continue reading Decoding the Mystery of Ramanujan

Traveling and Dreaming: A Tale of Two Cities (The New York Chapter)

‘I suppose I should have warned Sartre about my arrival.’  It has been 5 years since their last conversation, she replayed the moment when she walked away over and over until all she could think was the could have- would have- should have, her fingers hovered over a phone number she still hasn’t deleted.  She … Continue reading Traveling and Dreaming: A Tale of Two Cities (The New York Chapter)

Anime: The Emancipation of Japanese Culture

Although one may conceive anime as modern art, its origin dates back to 1906. Back in then, magic lanterns, similar to modern-day projectors, were used to project moving illustrations. After the advent of the film industry, the first generation animators gave the world, Imokawa Mukuzo Genkanban no Maki, the first professional Japanese animated movie and … Continue reading Anime: The Emancipation of Japanese Culture