Moments

Moments

If you truly love someone, no matter how hard love could be, how different you two are, and how far the distance is, you still think of that person first when you wake up. You still want to talk to that person ... Read More...
Muslim Woman with Starry Hijab

Fighting Religious Intolerance

When we were kids, we may have believed that the religion we grew up practicing was in some ways superior to others, even if we didn’t understand why. Additionally, in some cases, if you grew up in a non-Christ... Read More...

My First Day in America

My two-year long struggle: preparing for entrance tests, applying to various American universities, facing rejections, all of this while struggling to keep up with my dwindling start-up finally concluded with t... Read More...

Chinese New Year in Philadelphia

January 27 to 29, Philadelphia’s Chinatown celebrated a thousand-year old tradition, Chinese New Year. The exact origin of when the New Year festival began is uncertain, but some say that it originated as far b... Read More...
Friendship Gate in Philadelphia, PA

Chinatown is Changing

Chinatown’s most picturesque structure, the Friendship Gate, has stood as a landmark in Philadelphia for over 30 years. For tourists and locals alike, the colorful and identifiable entrance marks the portal int... Read More...
Food is an Emotion

Food is an Emotion

It is eight PM. After a hectic day, you walk into the dining hall, look around to see what is on the menu, and all you can do is helplessly wince – I am sure many of you can relate to such an experience in univ... Read More...
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