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Obama is Not the New Martin Luther King

April 9, 2008 // Ming Pao - Hong Kong - Chinese

40 years after Martin Luther King was assassinated, people are still talking about a successor to this 39-year-old black leader. Can Obama be the one? Conservative commentator Williams (Juan Williams) commented that one thing Martin Luther King did the best was dare to eliminate racial barriers between blacks and [Read more]

Why Young People Like Obama

April 5, 2008 // Ming Pao - Hong Kong - Chinese

"In the 2008 U.S. Presidential Primary, Barack Obama became the candidate whom young generations of different ethnicities support consistently."

A Blow to the Korean Soul

March 7, 2008 // Asia Times Online - Hong Kong

Korean - and, as an extension - East Asian attachment to antiquity stands in vast contrast to the future-oriented mentality of Americans.
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