We, The Citizens is four! And there are discounts!
I announced [https://www.wethecitizens.net/introducing-the-kaya-toast-mini-mentorship-programme/] the Kaya Toast Mini-Mentorship Initiative on 6 June last year, and the first batch of mentees [https://www.wethecitizens.net/announcing-the-first-kaya-toast-writers/] on 2 July. Of the six applicants selected, two pieces made it all the way to completion, and were published here [https:
DON’T PANIC! While the Foreign Interference (Countermeasures) Act, or FICA, has been passed by Parliament, it’s not yet in force, and therefore no one has been designated as “politically significant”, nor received any directive under this law just yet. Let’s all take a deep breath. That said,
Circle of Tsundoku is where I give away secondhand books to the We, The Citizens community. These are usually books that I’ve collected over the years and either (1) read and decided that I’ll give them away to share the magic, or (2) regretfully accepted that I’ll
Circle of Tsundoku is a new initiative (if you can call it that) of the We, The Citizens newsletter, in which I give away secondhand books. These are usually books that I’ve collected over the years and either (1) read and decided that I’ll give them away to
Last month, I announced [https://www.wethecitizens.net/introducing-the-kaya-toast-mini-mentorship-programme/] the Kaya Toast Mini-Mentorship Initiative. (To find out more about the thought process behind this initiative, read this [https://www.wethecitizens.net/thread-how-i-came-up-with-the-kaya-toast-mini-mentorship-initiative/] !) Applications closed on 21 June. I received about 30 applications—more than I'd expected! Lots of great issues
This initiative is something that I’ve been wanting to try for some time, although I wasn’t sure how best to go about it. I’ve finally decided that the only way is to just do it, and learn as I/we go. Here’s how it works: starting