We assume that racism is rampant in the United States, believing that Asians and Asian-Americans inevitably suffer racial discrimination in American society. But isn't it also true that we are often victimized not only by actual racism but also by our own paranoia of it?
In his short story, "Yellow," Don Lee tackles [Read more]
To the relief of South Koreans, U.S. President George W. Bush refrained from renewing a request for the dispatch of South Korean troops to Afghanistan when he met President Lee Myung-bak on Wednesday. In a post-summit news conference, Bush said his request was confined to nonmilitary support for Afghan [Read more]