Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lectureDesign
Trevor Stuurman
A COMPULSIVE NOMAD WHO DRAWS INSPIRATION from the people he meets on his travels, South African photographer and visual artist Trevor Stuurman, like most of the world, had his wings clipped by COVID-19. But with his habitual whirlwind schedule of fas
Time Magazine International Edition2 min de lectureCrime & Violence
Zarifa Ghafari
Death threats, assassination attempts and the murder of her father have not stopped Zarifa Ghafari from doing her job as mayor of Maidan Shahr, Afghanistan. As violent attacks increase in the wake of the U.S. announcement that it would withdraw its t
Time Magazine International Edition4 min de lecture
A Year On A School Bus
PAULA WAKES UP IN HER BUS AROUND 4:30 A.M. most days. She can often still see stars. She works for a few hours, mainly on freelance projects, and makes breakfast for her 12-year-old son Max. (TIME has agreed to grant Paula and Max pseudonyms out of c
Time Magazine International Edition1 min de lectureEarth Sciences
Yves Moussallam
AS A TEENAGER, YVES MOUSSALLAM TRAVELED FROM the Paris suburbs to the Alps a few times a year to climb mountains. Now, though, he prefers volcanoes. “When you get to visit one that’s entering an eruption, the whole way up you can feel the ground shak
Time Magazine International Edition5 min de lectureDiscrimination & Race Relations
I’m Done Trying To Make You See My Humanity
AS WE CONTINUE TO WITNESS VIOLENCE AGAINST ASIAN Americans—including, in the past month, the punching of a Bay Area father pushing his baby in a stroller; the assault on two women with a cement block in a Baltimore liquor store; and the stabbing of t
Time Magazine International Edition21 min de lecture
IT WAS A COLD MORNING LAST DECEMber when they finally took Stonewall Jackson down. No ceremony was held, no protesters gathered; snowflakes swirled in the air. A crane silently hoisted the enormous bronze Confederate general from his perch of 108 yea
Time Magazine International Edition7 min de lectureBiology
The Mosquito Experiment
OUR MOSQUITO PROJECT TAKES FLIGHT, reads an eye-catching billboard off U.S. 1 in the Florida Keys. Sponsored by the local mosquito-control board and U.K.-based biotech firm Oxitec, the ad promotes a contentious plan to release millions of genetically
Time Magazine International Edition4 min de lecture
Constance Wu And Jenny Han On The Power Of Inclusive Storytelling
IN CONVERSATION WITH TIME SENIOR EDITOR LUCY Feldman, actor Constance Wu and To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before author Jenny Han discussed their groundbreaking work both in front of and behind the camera, the need for nuanced AAPI representation and t
Time Magazine International Edition2 min de lectureMedical
Why Are Taiwan’s COVID-19 Defenses Failing Now?
ALL IT TOOK TO BREAK DOWN THE WORLD’S most vaunted COVID-19 defense was a little tea. After almost 18 months of nearly unblemished pandemic success, Taiwan is in the grip of its first major COVID-19 surge. Total cases more than tripled in a little ov
Time Magazine International Edition2 min de lecturePolitics
Aviation Piracy’ Shocks The World As Belarus Detains Dissident
A COMMERCIAL FLIGHT FROM ATHENS HAD almost reached its destination of Vilnius, Lithuania, on the afternoon of May 23 when a Belarusian fighter jet sped toward it in midair, ordering its pilots to divert to Minsk, Belarus’ capital. Once the aircraft w
Time Magazine International Edition1 min de lecture
Deadly Flow
Destroyed buildings in Bushara village, outside the city of Goma in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, are pictured on May 23, the day after nearby Mount Nyiragongo erupted, forcing thousands to flee a wave of boiling lava. A day later, offici
Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lectureInternational Relations
The U.S. Has Few Options To Bring Peace
MORE THAN 250 PEOPLE LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE LATEST round of violence between Israel and Hamas, many of them civilian men, women and children. The overwhelming majority of the dead, including Hamas militants, were killed by Israeli airstrikes in Gaza
Time Magazine International Edition5 min de lecture
Is It Time To Retire The Villain Origin Story?
EVEN IF THE SLOGAN “FAIR AND BALANCED” HAS been retired by the conservative news network that used it for years, the damage caused by its shifty logic endures: There are two equally valid sides to every story. Every warped viewpoint must be weighed s
Time Magazine International Edition17 min de lecturePopular Culture & Media Studies
The Baby Brokers
SHYANNE KLUPP WAS 20 YEARS OLD AND HOMELESS WHEN she met her boyfriend in 2009. Within weeks, the two had married, and within months, she was pregnant. “I was so excited,” says Klupp. Soon, however, she learned that her new husband was facing serious
Time Magazine International Edition2 min de lectureCrime & Violence
Grace Tame
Many people, for good reason, do not wish to be reminded of the most horrific thing that happened to them when they were young. But Grace Tame, 26, has insisted on it. When Tame was 15, a teacher lured her into trusting him before beginning to sexual
Time Magazine International Edition5 min de lectureInternational Relations
The War Within
IT’S THE SABBATH, AND DOZENS OF Jewish young men are strolling through a mostly Arab neighborhood wearing yarmulkes and white shirts, M-16s slung over their shoulders or pistols in their waistbands. They move as if this were a settlement in an Arab c
Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lecture
Anthony Ramos
SITTING STILL DOESN’T COME EASY TO ANTHONY Ramos. The performer has spent his 29 years in constant motion: scrounging for dollar slices while living in Brooklyn as a kid, schlepping across America on musical-theater tours, staying up all night writin
Time Magazine International Edition6 min de lectureAmerican Government
The Evolution Of Elise Stefanik
WHEN ELISE STEFANIK WAS ELECTED TO THE HOUSE OF Representatives in 2014, she was hailed as the fresh face of the new GOP. Stefanik had run for office in her late 20s, determined to modernize the Republican Party to attract more women and appeal to he
Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lecture
Created a land of plenty with hybrid rice CHINA’S TRANSFORMATION FROM A LAND OF FAMINE TO ONE OF plenty owes much to plant scientist Yuan Longping, who died on May 22 in the central city of Changsha at the age of 90. Known as the father of hybrid ric
Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lectureMedical
A Doctor’s Account Of Life Under Bombardment In Gaza
I GREW UP in the Gaza Strip in a small town called al-Qarara, and went to medical school in Cairo before returning home in 2016 to begin a family-medicine residency and work in hospitals and clinics. Now I’m in my final year. Even before the latest r
Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lecture
Building A Better Future
I WAS CATCHING UP THE OTHER DAY WITH A FRIEND, WHO ASKED HOW REMOTE WORK HAD been going, and I mentioned that sometimes late in the day, when my youngest child has had it with the closed door in the attic office space I share with my wife, I slip int
Time Magazine International Edition1 min de lecture
Uplifting AAPI voices
This May, in recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, TIME held its first Uplifting AAPI Voices Summit—a celebration of the diversity and achievements of the AAPI community that brought together Senator Mazie Hirono,
Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lecture
Olivia Rodrigo’s Teenage Dream
YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A TEENAGER TO LOVE Olivia Rodrigo’s music, but it certainly helps. Hitting play on Sour, the 18-year-old Disney star and hit singer-songwriter’s debut album, out now, is a one-way ticket back to the most potent emotions of adoles
Time Magazine International Edition9 min de lectureRelationships
The Great Reopening
UNTIL MARCH 2020, KARI AND BRITT ALTIZER OF RICHMOND, Va., put in long hours at work, she in life-insurance sales and he as a restaurant manager, to support their young family. Their lives were frenetic, their schedules controlled by their jobs. Then
Time Magazine International Edition2 min de lecture
Senator Mazie Hirono On Showing Up, Taking Risks And Persevering In Politics
Watching President Biden sign the COVID-19 Hate Crimes bill into law on May 20 was a momentous day for the AAPI community. We were very happy, but also know full well that a law does not change the hearts and minds of those who bear animus toward the
Time Magazine International Edition3 min de lectureLGBTQIA+ Studies
Patti Harrison
You’ve been called a scene stealer for your appearances in several series and films. How does it feel to be in your first lead role in Together Together? It definitely is exciting, and it’s nerve-racking. I’ve never had to look at my face this much o
Time Magazine International Edition13 min de lecture
Ready To Commit?
I WAS SUPPOSED TO GET MARRIED IN SEPTEMBER 2020. Well, technically, as my husband would be quick to correct me, I did get legally married in September 2020 in the courtyard of our New York City apartment building in front of our parents, a handful of
Time Magazine International Edition2 min de lecturePolitics
Turning Grassroots Activism Into Long-term Change
President and executive director, Asian Americans Advancing Justice “Let’s be clear, we can’t legislate away racism; we can’t legislate away bigotry … We need to think about the community solutions. What is it that we can do to address racism, becaus
Time Magazine International Edition2 min de lecture
Kyra Condie
WHEN KYRA CONDIE WAS IN MIDDLE SCHOOL, boys said a six-pack on a girl was “gross.” They said she was ugly. They taunted Condie, a vegetarian, about her diet; one day, she says, they chased her from the school bus waving cold cuts. She scrambled up a
Time Magazine International Edition4 min de lecture
Emissions Tests For Airlines
VACCINATED AMERICANS WILL BE ABLE TO visit Europe this summer, after E.U. leaders agreed to open the bloc’s borders to foreign tourists on May 18. Although the E.U. hasn’t set an exact date for the reopening, the news is a boon for the air-travel ind
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