We looked inside some of the tweets by @manjushreethapa and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
It’s me and Wayne Gretzky hanging out at the neighbourhood bookshop. 📚
Almost all of my fiction “reading” this year has been on audiobook.
Priya Ramani Accuses M.J. Akbar of Filing Defamation Case to Intimidate Complainants https://thewire.in/law/priya-ramani-mj-akbar-defamation-case-intimidation-tactics
Wish me luck :) My next court date is Sept 7 and 9. https://twitter.com/karunanundy/status/1164807945667788800
In case you’re thinking of doing a 4-day Barron River Canyon loop through 3 rivers and 7 lakes, with 17 portages (the latter of which amounted to a total of 4,800 meters), I’m here to tell you: take a shortcut. I feel accomplished—but did I have fun? (Yes, ok, I did.) Now to 💤.
Asked for writing advice, I've always said that most of writing is the ability to observe.
Words (including sign language) allow us a bridge to cross the fleshly prison we cannot breach otherwise.
Without compassion, how can you observe? What shoddy words will you produce?
Maina Sunar’s mom declines army’s offers of charity https://myrepublica.nagariknetwork.com/news/maina-sunar-s-mom-declines-army-s-offers-of-charity/#.XVoZFN85JoY.twitter
Conflict Victims National Alliance condemns the role of army to threaten activists and illegal move to civilian court against norms of #transitionaljustice. @NepalNHRC says:Its a serious design. The story was made public in a interaction organised by #CVNA https://myrepublica.nagariknetwork.com/news/maina-sunar-s-mom-declines-army-s-offers-of-charity/
Nepali food doesn’t photograph well: evidence.
Two men raw from grieving the loss of their mothers after having both lost their fathers and brothers when they were young offer lessons in humanity and honesty - something in short supply lately. Thank you @StephenAtHome and @andersoncooper. https://twitter.com/ac360/status/1162183695270387712
Planning-to-living ratio: it's taken me a full 1.5 days to plan the broad outlines of my next 3 months.
Loving the monsoon rains in Toronto this weekend.
This is the kind of book you buy after reconnecting with your high school art teacher. (It’s wonderful, if a bit West-centric.) My weekend reading.
Anbika's novel Mancheko Rang (2071 v.s., Sangri-La Books) was reviewed by Manjushree Thapa in the journal SINHAS in 2016. Full text here:
Muna Gurung’s column with interviews and translations of Nepal’s women writers is one of the very best things taking place in Nepal right now. Read them all. #WITMonth https://twitter.com/munagrg/status/1162553819156234240
ALSO paging Chinese diaspora artists in Canada 📟❗️
If you have any artworks related to the recent/ongoing protests in Hong Kong, we still have a few slots left in our exhibition.
DM me 💌 and please send to any friends you think might be interested. https://twitter.com/jasonli/status/1162381507492810752
High school - Seasons of flight, one of my fav books Undergrad- A boy from Siklis anthr amazing piece... I heard so much & met few people mentioned in the book. starting All of our in our own lives by @manjushreethapa who explores themes of gender, disaster & international aid
Not so fast, Fall. We have till September 22 to enjoy the Summer.
Google Earth has launched a new project aiming to preserve Indigenous languages - talking with Jennifer Wemigwans @OISEUofT about tech & language revitalization on @TheCurrentCBC this morn #IYIL2019 https://www.blog.google/products/earth/indigenous-speakers-share-their-languages-google-earth/amp/
Pleased to announce my new book:
THE MERMAN AND THE BOOK OF POWER: A QISSA
Told by Musharraf Ali Farooqi
Out from Aleph Book Company in October
Pre-order link available for the Pakistan edition:
Author fights pre-Twitter. https://twitter.com/nytimesbooks/status/1161593348072857600