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Xinjiang: China’s growing dilemma

Written by Roy Anthony Rogers.

Xinjiang is China’s largest province, situated to the northwest, about 4000 km from Beijing. It could be considered as one of the most isolated regions in the world. 1,049 more words

China

The "Other" ethnic minorities in China

Written by Colin Mackerras

Among China’s 55 state-recognised ethnic minorities, the Tibetans and Uyghurs get most media attention. Mostly negative, its focus is repression and human rights abuses. 958 more words

China

WHY BLACK PEOPLE REALLY NEED TO STAY AWAY FROM RACIST AREAS

It’s obvious that if you’re person of colour, you should stay away from racist areas. It’s very simple logic that got me to that conclusion. 578 more words

Discrimination

Examining Representation in Advertising: African Americans and Hispanics

Media representation has increasingly become a societal issue.  The primary way in which we often think of media representation is through film and television–Hollywood has been criticized numerous times for focusing too much on portrayals of white characters while alienating other races and ethnicities.  731 more words

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[Illustration] Red Dao fairies

An illo I made many months ago is now published on Tpot 09 – Preserving Traditions.

I also did another option with significant adjustments then. 16 more words

Illustration

Faith Communities in Egypt: A Story of Pluralism, Migration and Exile

Religious buildings in Egypt tell a complex and rich history of religious life. A once thriving cosmopolitan country, Egypt was home to its local Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities. 964 more words

Coptic

We Need to Talk About Food Justice

The twenty-first century has given birth to a rising obsession over all things food: from celebrity chefs and televised cooking competitions to a growing appetite for exotic flavours and craft brew. 824 more words

Agriculture