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From Thai-Burmese Border: An American Woman is Getting Married Here

By Jack Huang Most people probably aren’t aware that Asia’s largest refugee camp is located on the Thai-Burmese border. Starting from the northern part of Mae Hong Son, it stretches south for hundreds of kilometers. Dozens of refugee camps, large and small, are operating with the tacit approval of the Thai government. These camps temporarily…Read more From Thai-Burmese Border: An American Woman is Getting Married Here

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Thank you, New York City, for Speaking Up #WomensMarchNYC2017

  On January 21st, 2017, more than 400,000 New Yorkers assembled in mid-town Manhattan to express their concerns and expectations towards the new administration led by President Donald J. Trump (yes, it's a fact now). Thousands of overseas viewers, most of which are watching the live coverage at midnight in their time zone, were deeply…Read more Thank you, New York City, for Speaking Up #WomensMarchNYC2017

Don’t Just Share, Do Something: Where to Make Small Donations to help Refugees

The ongoing civil war in Syria is the most documented, most watched conflict in history, yet the publicity of the events did not seem to prevent the unarmed people, including children, being hurt. Following the fall of Aleppo, we hope to initiate something that is slightly more useful than just sharing the sadness on social…Read more Don’t Just Share, Do Something: Where to Make Small Donations to help Refugees

One Year and Seven Months -My Journey Covering the US Election 2016 for Chinese Media

by Jane Tang My coverage of the U.S. presidential campaign began in April of last year, when Hillary R. Clinton announced she was running. My first assignment from my Chinese editors was to focus on corruption in American politics, but over time I became more and more enthralled in the process as a whole. Let me…Read more One Year and Seven Months -My Journey Covering the US Election 2016 for Chinese Media