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#Talk4TW - Jess Lee

“Before the trip , I had a lot of idea on how I viewed my identity as a Taiwanese American, but the trip definitely solidified those views and made me realize how different our cultures are. 184 more words


Fresh off the Boat: Ground-breaking Sitcom about Asian American Family

Hello Readers!

I wanted to share with you all today my thoughts about a TV show I watched recently. I’m not sure if any of you have watched the show ‘Fresh off the Boat’ before, but anyways I had some thoughts on it that I’d like to share. 787 more words

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My Game, shoe theology, and top 5 rotation 

I just realized I never wrote about myself so here goes:

I’m pretty sure I’m similar to 95% of the Asian players out there plus or minus a a few inches and pounds. 996 more words

TV Review: Fresh Off The Boat

ABC’s newest sitcom Fresh Off The Boat kicked off yesterday with a double header. The show is based on the memoir of the real-life Eddie Huang, who growing up in the 1990s was obsessed with hip hop and struggling to fit in. 571 more words

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The First Step to Outreach for Taiwan

Our hearts were bursting out of our chests, always wanting to do more for Taiwan, yet constantly looked down upon. No one really seemed to quite get us – why we cared so much about Taiwan or why we felt such a strong responsibility towards Taiwan – so we decided to take matters into our own hands. 488 more words


Waving Flag: Twin Oaks and the Blowback

On January 1 2015, there was a private flag-raising ceremony held at Twin Oaks at Washington D.C. in which the Repulic of China (ROC) flag… 451 more words


The Release of Chen Shui-Bian and Implications

After serving six years in prison, former president Chen Shui-Bian has been released on medical parole.  Chen has been granted an initial one-month parole with extensions up to a three months period per review allowed depending on his health. 443 more words