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For Piri Thomas, being a dark-hued Latino in 1930s New York was far from the best of worlds. His siblings were fair-skinned, like his Puerto Rican mother, but he took after his black Cuban father, whose unsettled feelings about race scarred both of them....
Tags: Minority Groups, Edgar Allan Poe, Ralph Ellison, Poetry, Racism
Historically speaking, China is a society that holds learning and education in high esteem. It's hardly alone in that respect. The emphasis on learning in the Chinese Confucian tradition are comparable to the learning-focused philosophies of Aristotle...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Taiwan, Travel, China, Trips and Vacations
"It's all myth," goes a popular comment by atheists. But a new article, "5 Myths Atheists Believe about Religion," argues that nontheists, too, hold unproven, irrational beliefs. Like what? Well, like . . . "Religion requires belief in a supernatural...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — As a class of teenagers went out on its own to try to keep its foreign, feathered contraptions in the air with its feet, the teens found the Chinese game of shuttlecock was not as easy as their instructor made it look. “I can&...
TribLocal - EvanstonWelcome to the newest season of “The Amazing Race!” I've been a fan of the show for a long time. If I was ever to …...
Show TrackerEleven teams leave Los Angeles for Taipei, Taiwan, in the "Amazing Race" kickoff; one is saved by Twitter....
Matthew McConaughey has just cracked open his second Corona when the man wearing Mardi Gras beads and a Village People policeman's cap approaches his car. "Do you know Duane?" the inebriated-looking man asks with suspicion, poking his head inside the...
Staff WriterAn increasingly invaluable opportunity to experience Chinese culture arrives tonight in the form of the San Diego State University-Imperial Valley campus scholarship gala. The Journey to China themed gala gives attendees exposure to Chinese culture,...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON—The president of China will visit Chicago for two days next week, an event Mayor Richard Daley calls "big, big, big, big." President Hu Jintao, 68, who has led China since 2003, will be in the city on Jan. 20 and 21 as part of a state...
Los Angeles Times Book CriticVietnamerica A Family's Journey GB Tran Villard: 179 pp., $30 Where does memory end and myth begin? GB Tran's graphic novel "Vietnamerica: A Family's Journey" occupies the messy middle ground of that question. Born in 1976 in South Carolina, Tran was...
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