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The Magnificent Forbidden City

by www.chinadiscovery.com appears in Features section of issue XXXIII (33) No.1 July 2017  pdf

History, architecture, culture, among the highlights of this amazing city.

THE GRAND CANAL of CHINA

by Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXXII (32) No.2 October 2016  pdf

Ruby takes us on an unforgettable journey along the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal.

Childhood Inspiration

by Zheping Huang appears in Features section of issue XXXII (32) No.1 July 2016  pdf

He Jiang became the first Chinese student to deliver a graduation speech at Harvard.

Blind Man and His Armless Friend Spend Years Planting 10,000 Trees in China

by Staff appears in Features section of issue XXXII (32) No.1 July 2016  pdf

Friendship can build bridges that can even cross disabilities.

The Chinese American Silence

by Li Jin appears in Commentary section of issue XXXI (31) No.4 April 2016  pdf

A look at factors that include a cultural indifference to politics.

1886 Riots in Seattle

by Daniel Demay appears in Features section of issue XXXI (31) No.4 April 2016  pdf

Anti-Chinese feelings on the U. S. west coast escalated.

Journey to Shangri-La

by Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXXI (31) No.4 April 2016  pdf

Ruby takes us on a very interesting journey through Yunnany, a Chinese province in the southwest.

Seeking Balance

by Carson Tavenner appears in Features section of issue XXXI (31) No.3 January 2016  pdf

How might we understand the ebb and flow of our relationships.

Peng Liyuan won hearts inside and outside of China

by Raymond Zhou appears in Features section of issue XXXI (31) No.2 October 2015  pdf

Through her two speeches at the UN, Peng Liyuan, China’s First Lady, won hearts.

Is Japan the Right Partner for the U.S.?

by George Koo appears in Commentary section of issue XXXI (31) No.1 July 2015  pdf

Dr. Koo looks at the cultural and character differences between the US and Japan.

Invaluable Insight into China

by Jay Hsu,Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXX (30) No.4 April 2015  pdf

The Chinese language channel CCTV-4 provided a rare and beautiful look at China in its program ‘On the Way’.

A message in a bottle to the woman I’ll become

by Emily Ge appears in Features section of issue XXX (30) No.4 April 2015  pdf

Reminders or things to be thankful for, and hopes for the future.

A Treasure Book of Angel Island Poetry

by Foster Stockwell appears in Features section of issue XXX (30) No.4 April 2015  pdf

Foster opens our eyes to the wonderful collection of poetry from Angel Island.

My Grandparents – Living Roots Sunk in Chinese Memory

by Emily Ge appears in Features section of issue XXX (30) No.2 October 2014  pdf

Culture shock, as old meets new.

The Lee Family in America

by Foster Stockwell appears in Events section of issue XXX (30) No.2 October 2014  pdf

MOCA, the Museum of Chinese in America, is hosting an exhibit surrounding the distinguished Lee family.

Seeking Harmony Among Conflicts

by Staff appears in Editorial section of issue XXX (30) No.1 July 2014  pdf

The Chinese Concept of Yin-Yang

Reflections: Why did the Massacre Happen?

by Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXX (30) No.1 July 2014  pdf

A look back through the view from the Memorial Hall.

Young Chinese Women Today

by Nielson Report appears in Features section of issue XXVIII (28) No.4 April 2013  pdf

Women are becoming a major economic force in China.

An American Gem

by Deanna Duff appears in Features section of issue XXVIII (28) No.4 April 2013  pdf

Wing Luke Museum, now an affiliated National Parks site.

A Profile in Courage and Dedication

by Don To appears in Features section of issue XXVIII (28) No.3 January 2013  pdf

In 1988, after reading several books written by journalists and professors investigating the history of the Nanking Massacre, Tamaki Matsuoka? realized that there were drastically contradictory assertions about what actually happened in Nanking.

It really was a dark and stormy night

by Philip J. Cunningham appears in Features section of issue XXVIII (28) No.3 January 2013  pdf

Back in my hometown on Long Island over the weekend for a Lynbrook High School high school reunion, onward travel became impossible and I ended up getting a front-row seat as the Atlantic Ocean released a once-in-a-century fury.

China Copes with ‘Disturbances’

by http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/ 08/06/2012 appears in Commentary section of issue XXVIII (28) No.2 October 2012  pdf

Comments about how China should stick to the mutual benefit policy.

Confucius Culture in the United States

by People’s Daily 06/27/2012 appears in News section of issue XXVIII (28) No.2 October 2012  pdf

Confucius has been in the United States for nearly 300 years.

The Buddhist Caves of Dunhuang

by Mimi Gates appears in Editorial section of issue XXVIII (28) No.1 July 2012  pdf

Rich cultural and historical treasures can be found in the Buddhist Caves of Dunhuang.

A mother dies, a way of life recedes

by Peter Eng appears in Features section of issue XXVIII (28) No.1 July 2012  pdf

When his 89-year-old mother died, Peter Eng buried the last living link to his family’s Chinese culture, save for a shoebox of old photos and letters in a forgotten language.

Teaching Adventures in Cambodia, Taiwan, and Japan

by Florence Jue appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.4 April 2012  pdf

Florence recalls her time teaching in various cultural settings.

Precious Materials

by Staff appears in Discovery section of issue XXVII (27) No.4 April 2012  pdf

Brief report on archeological finds in China

Life is a Journey…

by Darryl N. Johnson appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.3 January 2012  pdf

How China has changed in the 20th century.

China Club of Seattle

by Staff appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.3 January 2012  pdf

A quick look at the China Club of Seattle, it’s history and focus.

A Journey in History

by Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.3 January 2012  pdf

Ruby’s exciting and inspiring trip through China’s history.

Recollections of Guling 2011

by Rodger Winn appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.3 January 2012  pdf

The authors recollection of childhood life in Guling.

The China Challenge

by Henry Kissinger appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.2 October 2011  pdf

An adaptation from Dr. Henry Kissinger’s ‘On China’.

Harmony

by Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.2 October 2011  pdf

An insightful discussion of the history and co-existence of Confucianism, Taoism/Daoism, and Buddhism.

CONFUSION ON CONFUCIUS

by Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.1 July 2011  pdf

An insightful look at the man from Qufu, his ideals, and his impact

A new approach

by Wei Ji Ma,Diane Geng,Sara Lam appears in Features section of issue XXVII (27) No.1 July 2011  pdf

RCEF, the Rural China Education Foundation, founded in 2005

A Tale of Two Cultures

by Ruby Tsao appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.4 April 2011  pdf

The cultural differences that make China and the U.S. great.

The Garden

by Seattle Chinese Garden appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.4 April 2011  pdf

All about the Seattle Chinese Garden, or Xi Huan Yuan.

James Dawson Talking About His Association with the Garden

by James Dawson appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.4 April 2011  pdf

A conversation with James Dawson on the Seattle Chinese Garden.

Seeking Accurate Cultural Representation

by Minjie Chen appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.4 April 2011  pdf

This 2010 Virginia Hamilton Essay award winning article discusses representation in fiction and non-fiction.

Roadmapping Asia Pacific Universities

by Da Hsuan Feng appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.3 January 2011  pdf

Asian-Pacific universities need to harmonize eastern and western cultures for success.

Seeking Accurate Cultural Representation [Part 1]

by Minjie Chen appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.3 January 2011  pdf

Part 1 of this 2010 Virginia Hamilton Essay award winning article that discusses representation in fiction and non-fiction.

Lost in Translation, Lost At Sea

by Philip J. Cunningham appears in Commentary section of issue XXVI (26) No.2 October 2010  pdf

Problems due to divergent cultural norms.

a dream of the invisible pavilion

by David Gosset appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.1 July 2010  pdf

A look at the Shanghai World Expo of 2010.

Hakka Land and RoundHouses

by George Koo appears in Features section of issue XXVI (26) No.1 July 2010  pdf

George takes us through a journey through the UNESCO World Heritage buildings, known as Hakka Roundhouses

The Roles of The United States and China

by Jon Huntsman appears in Editorial section of issue XXV (25) No.4 April 2010  pdf

: Jon Huntsman’s vow to improve the human condition regardless of which side of the Pacific one is from.

Physics in China

by Charles Day appears in Features section of issue XXV (25) No.4 April 2010  pdf

A look at what makes China’s physics program different

Understanding Modern China

by Rodger Winn appears in Features section of issue XXV (25) No.4 April 2010  pdf

A look at how Confucianism plays a big part in Modern China

Confucianism

by Sri Swami Sivananda appears in Features section of issue XXV (25) No.4 April 2010  pdf

Philosophical discussion of the directions of Confucianism

Weiqi: A Symbol of the Chinese Experience

by David Gosset appears in Features section of issue XXV (25) No.3 January 2010  pdf

Strategy and Weiqi

China: Introduction to the Book, China(Part IV)

by Hong-Yee Chiu appears in Features section of issue XXV (25) No.3 January 2010  pdf

East meets West and the issues.

The Uyghurs and China

by George Koo appears in Features section of issue XXV (25) No.3 January 2010  pdf

George outlines the efforts to distinguish cultures.

A Journey Home

by Richard King appears in Features section of issue XXV (25) No.3 January 2010  pdf

Richard observations during a trip back to China.

My Chinese Name

by Frank Wu appears in Features section of issue XXIV (24) No.4 April 2009  pdf

A discussion about the problems with assimilating Chinese names into the American framework.

Artifact of Disposal

by Scott L. Fedick appears in Features section of issue XXIV (24) No.4 April 2009  pdf

A plea to Riverside, California to protect and preserve the historic Riverside Chinatown archeological site.

Opinion: Tibet, The True and The False

by Victor Gao appears in Commentary section of issue XXIV (24) No.4 April 2009  pdf

Victor comments on the differences between East and West regarding religious freedom.

Immigrate Assimilate

by Amy Chua appears in Features section of issue XXIII (23) No.4 April 2008  pdf

Amy discusses issues surrounding the assimilation of cultures into the U.S. fabric through immigration.

What Jefferson and Adams Might Tell Mitt Romney

by David Ignatius appears in Features section of issue XXIII (23) No.4 April 2008  pdf

Strong positions on religion in government, from the U.S.’s founding fathers.

Phoenix, Arise !

by Catherine Li appears in Features section of issue XXIII (23) No.4 April 2008  pdf

A look at the Vietnamese, war, and the French Colonial period.

Tibet Movement Could Backfire on America

by Alice Ewing appears in Essays on Tibet section of issue XXIII (23) No.4 April 2008  pdf

Distortions caused by the Tibet Movement, may have repercussions in the U.S.

Myth and Reality

by Foster Stockwell appears in Essays on Tibet section of issue XXIII (23) No.4 April 2008  pdf

Foster guides us through Tibetan history.

Chinese in St Louis: 1857-2007

by Walter Ko appears in Book Review section of issue XXIII (23) No.4 April 2008  pdf

Walter opens this amazing book by Dr. Huping Ling, which illustrates the history, culture, and the challenges for the Chinese in St. Louis.

Survey of Fear and Hope

by C100, Committee of 100 appears in Features section of issue XXIII (23) No.3 January 2008  pdf

Results of a survey covering perceived hope and fear.

Integrating U.S. and China Views Can Build Bridges

by Frank H. Wu appears in Features section of issue XXIII (23) No.3 January 2008  pdf

Paradox of hope and fear, and how China and the U.S. are rising to the challenges of effective trade.



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