For The Atlantic, Yasmeen Serhan wrote an extensive article about the efforts of the Uyghur diaspora, and particularly young Uyghurs, to preserve their culture and rebuild a community abroad. She writes that the process has not...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 24, 2011
Los Angeles city officials gathered on Sunday to mark the 140th anniversary of the city’s 1871 Chinese Massacre, in which 18 Chinese were killed by a 500-strong mob. From The Los Angeles Times: The convictions of seven men...
by Sophie Beach | Mar 26, 2008
Commentators are beginning to take a longer term look at the effects of China’s policies in Tibet in the wake of recent unrest, and are asking, as Ian Buruma does in the Los Angeles Times, if Tibetans are headed for...
by Xiao Qiang | Feb 20, 2007
From Frog in a Well blog: Chinese culture is global culture. Though Hawai’i is, in some ways, not a good sample, nonetheless there’s an awful lot of Chinese culture which has been nativized here, well beyond the presence of significant Chinese communities. Actually, this island has the lowest ratio of Chinese of any of the […]
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