Asian athletes give back during quarantine

With people being required to stay indoors and prohibited from holding large gatherings, athletes across the board have had their seasons postponed, and the Olympics has been postponed to next summer. However, some Asian American and Pacific Islander athletes are among those helping out amid the pandemic, while other athletes have found other ways to […]

We need unity, diplomacy to counter war and climate change: Gabbard

Editor’s Note: Second in a series of ethnic media conversations with the 2020 presidential candidates In a teleconference with members of the ethnic press from across the country on Aug. 2, Democratic candidate for president Tulsi Gabbard, congresswoman from Hawai‘i, introduced herself as a product of the country’s only majority-minority state, then commented that it […]

Classic haiku poems in beautiful dreamscapes

MY FIRST BOOK OF HAIKU POEMS Translated by Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen, illustrated by Tracy Gallup (North Clarendon, Vt.: Tuttle Publishing, 2019, 48 pp., $16.99, hardcover) “My First Book of Haiku Poems” introduces children to classic haiku written by Japanese haiku masters such as Basho, Issa and Shiki. Each poem, lyrically translated by Esperanza Ramirez-Christensen, a professor […]

Book Reviews of Inconsequence: Doctor and Daughter

All I have time to do these days are book reviews. Well, the quake also put a damper on the anime industry, and I’m not so up for writing about stuff, anyway. And thus I come to #3 of Book Reviews of Inconsequence. Today, I’ll write about something with a Nikkei angle. 猟奇博士と生贄娘ドクター&ドーター (Bizarre Scientist […]

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