Harper's Bazaar India

A LONG WAY FROM HOME

“IN AUSTRALIA, I AM ALWAYS A MINORITY, ALWAYS A BROWN MAN, AND ALWAYS OBSERVING—AND BEING PRICKED BY—THINGS THAT I SEE HAPPENING TO SOUTH ASIANS AROUND ME”

’S EPIGRAPH BORROWS FROM AN INSCRIPTION ON AN ARCH IN CHINATOWN, SYDNEY. IT READS: “Within the four seas all men are brothers”. Irony eclipses idealism—in today’s world, this is a widely incongruous thought. The year 2020 began with Brexit finally

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