Published: Feb 21, 2021
Seollal, or Lunar New Year’s Day, typically means staying up until late at night the previous day and waking up at the crack of dawn to prepare the family breakfast. In our family, which does not hold ancestral rites, the big family breakfast has evolved into a brunch with more than 10 dishes topped by the requisite tteokmanduguk, eating of which marks getting a year older.
Published: Oct 09, 2020
After working for three months straight at Detroit Medical Center, Said El Zein noticed that the coronavirus patients who began arriving in May appeared less sick than those who came before.
Published: Jun 05, 2019
Thai authorities should urgently and impartially investigate assaults on three prominent pro-democracy activists since May. Police have yet to arrest any suspects for the violent attacks, raising serious concerns about possible government involvement.
Published: Jan 20, 2017
The news that the Japanese hotel-chain operator APA Group has put books in its rooms that, in both English and Japanese, deny the Nanjing Massacre took place and that “comfort women” were forced into sexual slavery by Japan’s imperial army, reveals the stark reality that historical revisionism is on the rise in Japan.