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55 min ago | The Japan Times

In China, Sino-Japanese War still stings 120 years later

Chinese women in costumes depicting the Women's Detachment of the Red Army capture a Japanese soldier during a performance on July 7 in Luanchuan, Henan province, to mark the 77th anniversary of the official start of war with Japan.


Related Topix: Asian-American, World News, China, US Military, US Navy

22 hrs ago | Daily Mail

Why are Chinese women taking photographs of their underarm hair?...

Ebola victims heading to Atlanta: Infected pair controversially airlifted back to U.S. for treatment as hero doctor gives up the only dose of experimental serum for his American colleague Pregnant mother-of-four and her unborn child killed by freak reaction to bee stings after she accidentally disrupted a nest in her yard Pregnant teen charged with ... (more)


Related Topix: Asian-American, Epidemic, Natural Disasters, Weird

Thu Jul 31, 2014

Customer Interaction Solutions

Being down at heel pays for some [China Daily: Europe Weekly]

Scandinavian chic puts shoemaker on top Women today have more shoe choices than ever before.


Related Topix: China, Asia, World News, Asian-American

China Daily

Pleas for help on murder case

Harris County Sheriff Adrian Garcia holds a family photo of the victims at a news conference in Houston on Wednesday while representatives from the law enforcement and Chinese community look on.


Related Topix: Harris County, TX, Asian-American

National Public Radio

Breaking Out The Broken English

It's hard to describe in words, but it involves a lot of levelling, a lot of smoothing.


Related Topix: The Last Airbender, Asian-American

Remembering Feng Liu

It was a somber celebration of life Wednesday night, exactly one week since the brutal attack took the life of Feng Liu, a University of North Carolina professor.


Related Topix: Asian-American, Asheville, NC, Duke University, Chapel Hill, NC

Wed Jul 30, 2014

News Observer

Chapel Hill and Chinese communities remember a humble, happy professor

Attendees put out candles in memory as a vigil is held for UNC professor Feng Lui at the UNC Global Education Center on the UNC campus in Chapel Hill on July 30, 2014.


Related Topix: Chapel Hill, NC, Asian-American, Durham, NC

Water & Wall Offers 'Pop-Up' Chinese Menu

Virginia Square restaurant Water & Wall , located at 3811 N. Fairfax Drive, is offering a "pop-up" Chinese menu for lunch until Aug. 29. The " Uncle Paul's Kitchen " menu , named for Water & Wall co-owner Tim Ma's uncle, debuted almost three weeks ago at the restaurant, Ma said.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Asian-American, Recipes

Tue Jul 29, 2014

The Asian Pacific Post

Nose jobs, champagne and Lamborghinis: A hot mess of - ultra-rich Asians' in Vancouver

Of all the manifestations of Vancouver's rise as a global epicentre for wealth migration, "Hot Bitches in Charge TV" may be the most garish yet.


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China Daily

Student deaths shake Chinese communities in US

Chinese communities throughout the United State were saddened by the deaths last week of a 24-year-old Chinese graduate student at the University of Southern California , who was beaten on his way to his apartment and died there, and a 59-year-old Chinese research professor at the University of North Carolina after being mugged during his lunchtime ... (more)


Related Topix: University of Southern California, Asian-American, San Francisco County, CA, San Francisco, CA, Opinion

Mon Jul 28, 2014


Anna May Wong Biopic in the Works; Fan Bing Bing in talks to play lead

Shanghai-based Fundamental Films is developing "Dragon Lady" about Anna May Wong, the first Chinese-American movie star.


Related Topix: Bingbing Fan, Asian-American, Hollywood, Drama Movies, Short, Comedy Movies, Musical Movies, Douglas Fairbanks

African Affairs

"Magic body" and "cursed sex": Chinese sex workers as "bitch-witches" in Cameroon

The author would like to acknowledge a fellowship received from the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam from January to June 2012.


Related Topix: Travel, Cameroon Travel, Africa Travel, World News, Cameroon, Africa, Nigeria Travel, South Africa Travel, Nigeria Travel, Africa, South Africa Travel, Africa, Mali Travel, Mali Travel, Asian-American

The Chinese community in Malaga has quadrupled in a decade and continues to grow

Going against the general decline of foreign residents living in the province, the amount of Chinese registered on the padron continues to rise with them now being the seventh highest, having risen above French.


Related Topix: Europe, Spain, World News, Asian-American

Sun Jul 27, 2014

Knoxville News Sentinel

Theotis Robinson Jr.: Don't demonize kids "Give me your tired, your...

This famous inscription has adorned the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty for more than 100 years, serving as a beacon to refugees throughout the world and serving as a moral beacon for how Americans should treat their neighbors.


Related Topix: Family, Kids, Immigration Reform, US News, Asian-American, Sports, Opinion

Sat Jul 26, 2014

San Francisco Chronicle

Supervisors' soda tax vote isn't good omen for backers

Heather Knight, City Insider columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, is seen on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2012 in San Francisco, Calif.


Related Topix: San Francisco County, CA, San Francisco, CA, Asian-American, University of San Francisco

Samoa News

Immigration Officer Savea out on...

Chief Justice Michael Kruse earlier this week granted the motion for bail release for Polone Savea, an Immigration officer who was held in police custody on bail of $40,000 for two criminal cases against him.


Related Topix: Asian-American

Fri Jul 25, 2014

China Daily

As diligent and devoted as Chinese men

The concept that "men are superior to women" had dominated Chinese society for millenniums until the founding of New China in 1949, after which Chairman Mao Zedong declared that, "women hold up half the sky".


Related Topix: Asian-American, Opinion

Thu Jul 24, 2014

Northwest Asian Weekly

Chen trial set for August 11th

Jeffrey Chen's long wait for his retrial to determine whether he was the victim of racial discrimination will soon come to an end when his lawsuit against the City of Medina goes to trial August 11th.


Related Topix: Asian-American

The Brattleboro Reformer

Composer Lei Liang and The Chinese Pipa at Yellow Barn

This week brings another first for Yellow Barn: the Chinese pipa. The pipa is an ancient lute-like instrument that frequently appears in new compositions influenced by ancient and cross-cultural art forms.


Related Topix: Asian-American, UC San Diego, Putney, VT

The Michigan Daily Online

Carlina Duan: Writing as fuel

In the center of the classroom, a boy sat with his legs splayed over the couch, clutching a deck of cards.


Related Topix: Education Etc., Poetry, Opinion

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