She said: 'It’s actually really nice teaching your child and really seeing what they’re like while they’re learning. Obviously we do homework together, but this is totally different. It’s really rewarding, and I’m so proud of Nelly.' … [Read more...] about Nelly Shepherd energetically dances around her mum Billie Faiers’ walk-in closet on the eve of her 6th birthday party… which she demands Simon Cowell is invited to!
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Sugar then apologised on Twitter, posting: "I misjudged my earlier tweet. It was in no way intended to cause offence, and clearly my attempt at humour has backfired. I have deleted the tweet and am very sorry." … [Read more...] about Lord Alan Sugar’s ‘racist’ tweet resurfaces amid spat with Piers Morgan and sons
When I first read the book in 1991, I was struggling to make sense of my place among some Americans who still – 46 years after the bomb – saw someone like me as subhuman. I was a child with a Japanese immigrant father (he was born three years after the bomb) and a white mother. I grew up in a small midwestern town as one of only a handful of Asians. There was name-calling: “Chink.” “Gook.” “Jap.” There were days when white kids threw rocks at me on the playground or recited the all-too-common phrase: “Go back to where you came from.” Being anti-Asian was an easy fallback for your garden-variety middle school bullies. I have memories of hiding in a blue paint-chipped bathroom stall, wondering what was wrong with me. … [Read more...] about Daughters of the bomb: my reckoning with Hiroshima, 75 years later