It took me a long time to really find a reason to blog. After presenting a case at the AIUSA WRC for the first time, I decided that my blog would be a place to post my experience as a human rights activist, links to relevant info, and how technology and pop culture come into play with this work. And it would also be a good experience to find out what it is like to be a blogger speaking your mind out in the open and face the consequence no matter it’s good or bad.

If you are a member of AIUSA, I encourage you to blog about human rights and check out these tips from AIUSA. As for why I blog anonymously, check out this post at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and also the special guide written by Ethan Zuckerman of Global Voices. The handbook published by Reporters Without Borders is also a good read.

Although I am a volunteer of AIUSA, the content of this blog does not represent the positions, strategies or opinions of AIUSA, AI headquarter in UK, or any other organization on planet earth. Likewise, I am not responsible for the content of the external links posted on this blog.