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Dream Reading Space

If you had unlimited resources, what kind of reading space would you create? Oh what a wonderful situation to find yourself in! Partnering with friends from… 353 more words

Bookish

Arthur Waldron: 'There is No Thucydides Trap'

Arthur Waldron is a notable scholar of Chinese history and military affairs whose views are often out of sync with conventional wisdom. In this book review, he argues persuasively against a concept that has become a pillar of establishment thinking on China. 1,396 more words

Asia

Thoughts on the Philando Castile Verdict

You can’t have faith in a system designed to fail you.

You can’t hope for change if the change will affect the originator.

Who willing gives away the “upper hand?” 577 more words

Current Events

[VIDEO] Comey: Obama Administration Asked to Cover up Hillary Investigation

James Comey is delivering his first sworn testimony after being fired by the Trump administration. And several major findings have already been discussed in the first hour. 111 more words

Mediasphere

Lights, Camera, Café?

The law library will see two major projects this summer. The first is a lighting replacement project in the reading room. Over the years the reading room has become dimmer and dimmer. 372 more words

Lost In The Stacks (Reference)

Writing China: Faith and Love in a Shenzhen Brothel

It’s an enduring mystery for anyone who has spent significant time walking China’s streets: What world lurks in the backrooms of the ubiquitous, neon-lit hair salons conspicuously staffed by scantily clad women? 697 more words

Asia