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Capturing the Aspirations and Inner Conflicts of Chinese Veterans

by Foster Stockwell appears in Book Review section of issue XXXI (31) No.1 July 2015  pdf

Chinese veterans reminisce about war, aspirations, and the future.

Unanswered Questions

by Foster Stockwell appears in Book Review section of issue XXX (30) No.3 January 2015  pdf

Foster reviews ‘We Signed Away Our Lives’ by Kari Torjesen Malcom, Expanded 10th Anniversary Edition, William Carey Library.

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.

The Garden of Surging Waves

by NW Asian Weekly appears in Features section of issue XXX (30) No.1 July 2014  pdf

Honoring the experiences of Chinese pioneers in the Lower Columbia Basin, Astoria opens a new garden.

The Only Chinese Soldier

by From the Meriden Record Journal 07/31/2006 appears in Features section of issue XXVIII (28) No.3 January 2013  pdf

A Dedication Ceremony for Corporal Joseph Pierce, Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Marker at the Walnut Grove Cemetery, Meriden, Connecticut, August 5, 2006.

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.

A Man of Character

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

Tracking UC Berkeley’s former chancellor Chang-Lin Tien

In Search of His Father’s Footsteps

by Saiman Hui appears in Features section of issue XXVIII (28) No.2 October 2012  pdf

Bernard Chu’s search for his father Chiping Chu, opened up an incredible story.

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.

Jeremy Lin and the Power of Mind

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

Star athlete Jeremy Lin overcame many obstacles.

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.

An Accidental Physicist

by Richard King appears in Features section of issue XXIX (29) No.4 April 2014  pdf

How I changed my career from Nuclear Physics to Wall Street

Learning to Live in My Very Own Middle Kingdom

by Emily Ge appears in Features section of issue XXIX (29) No.4 April 2014  pdf

Emily relates her thoughts about the San Guo.

Father and Son, Remembering David B. Magee and his father Rev. John Magee

by Walter Ko appears in Features section of issue XXIX (29) No.1 July 2013  pdf

Profile and life experiences of David B. Magee and his father Rev. John Magee.



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