202204 3 1By Elaine Dunn | April 2022

For those who watched the Winter Olympics, you may remember the tiny four-athlete contingent from Taiwan entered the stadium at the Opening Ceremony minus the Taiwanese flag.  They were announced as the team from “Chinese Taipei,” a place with a name that’s not on any map! Why?

By Chen ZHOU, contributor

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I want tell you about my friend Ni. Years ago, she got a note that read “Go back to your country, we don’t want you.” And, to this day, she still has the note. It is a reminder that she has never felt accepted by this country.


 By Lauren Hugh, contributor; April 2021

 My grandfather has once again given me the platform of his paper to write to you, dear readers. However, today the topic is somewhat more serious. I’m sure I am not the first person to tell you that we have a few problems in our country. The most prevalent issue being current racial divides.

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Perhaps the choice of venue for the first Biden administration official meeting with the Chinese - Anchorage, Alaska, where average mid-March temperature runs below freezing - is a precursor to how things will go: frosty!


AAUCAccording to the Asian American Unity Coalition (AAUC) Preamble:

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