My first political memory was when I was about 8 years old. I came home and found my mum in the kitchen crying while listening to the radio. I asked […]
Age: +-4 years old (circa 2000) Memory: Moving from D.C. to Brussels. Never knew real reason (was told job transfer) until last year: Mom so upset at U.S election results […]
In 1990… When I was about 6, we were colouring a map of the word. After we had done so, our teacher explained to us that one of the countries […]
2008 Presidential election, attending Obamas inauguration in D.C. Seeing how happy all the adults were, feeling part of history.
My first political moment however, was when I disputed loudly a religious and historical fact, that mu teacher was talking about. He slapped me, therefore I realised that I’m not […]
1974/5 Nan sent dress to me in Australia. Delayed in post ‘due to hijack’!
Going to the inaugural meeting of the Feminist Party of Canada, aged 10, with my mother. Wearing a white cotton Indian dress that had embroidered flowers. Many women were there, […]
I was able to vote in the school ‘mock’ election for the US President when I was in 1st grade. All my friends told me not to vote for Al […]
HONG KONG CHIEF EXECUTIVE ELECTION VOTE BY THE MEMBER OF ELECTION COMMITTEE. DISAPPOINTED 🙁
I remember my parents talking about politics over dinner as a child, but the first political event I really engaged in was the fall of the Berlin Wall (I was […]
A boy in school said “Who would you kill if you could kill one person?@ And I randomly picked someone. He said “That’s the wrong answer, it’s Donald Trump!”
Having a row with my mother about whether I ought to be allowed to go to the US to study at University if I got a full scholarship.