China

Cultural History
Robert Rees

China’s Plan to Shanghai Tibet

Imagine at the age of twenty-three having to walk at night across the Himalayan mountains, to survive and avoid imprisonment, torture, and certain death. This

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Clarissa Gonzalez

Yeon-Mi Park: Crossing To Freedom

“To me, Hyesan was home,” explained Yeon-Mi Park, a young North Korean defector.1 Hyesan, her home, had a power grid with no promise of continuously working,

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African and African American Studies
Ana Gonzalez

Death by Ivory

Standing at an average height of 11 ft. and weighing 6 tons, the African elephant is the largest mammal walking the Earth. As they migrate

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Max Lerma

China: Friend or Foe?

Since the end of Second World War, the United States has been the leading military and economic power not just in the Americas, but in

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Desmond Bonsignore

Fact or Fiction: Xia Dynasty

The Xia Dynasty was the first traditional Chinese dynasty in recorded history. It began in 2070 B.C.E and eventually came to an end around the

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