Lenora Chu, a renowned Chinese-American journalist, is a daughter of Taiwanese immigrants who moved to America. In contrast, Chu decided to move to Shanghai to raise her three-year-old son using the highly-praised Chinese approach to education and schooling. During their … more »
In Japan, joyagama happens in the middle of winter, just before the New Year, when the double-layered winter kimono is barely enough to keep the heat tight against your body in a teahouse left open to the elements. But in … more »
Six Canadians and Americans talk about the awkward, strange, and memorable times they imagined saying or actually said “I love you” to their parents.
Interviews by Pik-Shuen Fung
*Some names have been changed at the request of the interviewees.
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