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Asians

Looking for: time

Posted February 12, 2018 by Emilie Phuong

To the daughters of immigrant families, Right now, your goals most likely revolve around education but as the daughter of an immigrant family, your life may seem predetermined by what your parents value, rather than your own will. When it comes to Chinese tradition, I get it and I have heard it all, but the […]

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Students share New Year’s traditions

Posted February 12, 2018 by Jillian Rousseau

Many Asian cultures around the world will come together on Feb. 16 this year to celebrate Lunar New Year with family and food. This particular day is usually filled with vibrant colors from red and gold lanterns and parades with lion dancers, but varies from culture to culture. Chinese New Year For Chinese Buddhists, Lunar […]

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Asians

A cliché put out of context

Posted September 5, 2017 by Alex Nguyen

We’ve all heard the stereotypes. Jokes about how because we’re Asians we must get As in school, or how as a group we’re somehow categorized as more hardworking than others because of our culture. We hear things similar to “you’re Asian, so you must be smart.” But is it true? I’m afraid this isn’t necessarily […]

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