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Opinion | Christchurch shooting: racism in New Zealand isn’t new and in the era of Donald Trump, what public figures say about race matters

Mass killing in the service of extremist politics is new to New Zealand, but the seeds of virulently racist ideas were long ago planted in the country.

18 Mar 2019 - 4:38PM

Mass killing in the service of extremist politics is new to New Zealand, but the seeds of virulently racist ideas were long ago planted in the country.

Christchurch shooting: racism in New Zealand isn’t new and in the era of Donald Trump, what public figures say about race matters
Asian Angle | Forget Felicity Huffman. Bribes aren’t the real scandal in US college admissions. This is

Why grease the palm of an admissions official when there are perfectly legal ways of cheating your way into America’s top universities? And among the most pernicious is this: the time-honoured tradition of ‘legacy’ places

13 Mar 2019 - 7:23PM

Why grease the palm of an admissions official when there are perfectly legal ways of cheating your way into America’s top universities? And among the most pernicious is this: the time-honoured tradition of ‘legacy’ places

Forget Felicity Huffman. Bribes aren’t the real scandal in US college admissions. This is
From the Wall to the Water: chasing ghosts of history in Iran

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to reach Rome, William Han decided to follow his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran. Here is the fourth excerpt from his book

8 Feb 2019 - 4:06AM

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to reach Rome, William Han decided to follow his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran. Here is the fourth excerpt from his book

From the Wall to the Water: chasing ghosts of history in Iran
From the Wall to the Water: talking Chinese politics and dodging IS in Afghanistan

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to reach Rome, William Han decided to follow his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran. Here is the third excerpt from his book

7 Feb 2019 - 9:19PM

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to reach Rome, William Han decided to follow his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran. Here is the third excerpt from his book

From the Wall to the Water: talking Chinese politics and dodging IS in Afghanistan
From the Wall to the Water: discovering the ruins of Suyab, the birthplace of legendary Chinese poet Li Bai, in Kyrgyzstan

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to reach Rome, William Han decided to follow his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran. Here is the second excerpt from his book

7 Feb 2019 - 9:34PM

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to reach Rome, William Han decided to follow his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran. Here is the second excerpt from his book

From the Wall to the Water: discovering the ruins of Suyab, the birthplace of legendary Chinese poet Li Bai, in Kyrgyzstan
From the Wall to the Water: retracing the Old Silk Road to meet the Uygurs in Kashgar

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to contact the Roman Empire, William Han decided to follow in his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran

7 Feb 2019 - 9:32PM

Enamoured by the tale of Gan Ying, an ancient Chinese explorer who set out to contact the Roman Empire, William Han decided to follow in his path – from Hong Kong to Italy, via the likes of Afghanistan and Iran

From the Wall to the Water: retracing the Old Silk Road to meet the Uygurs in Kashgar
On Reflection | Yale has many Brett Kavanaughs. One of them peed on my door

News about US Supreme Court nominee jogs a disturbing memory for a fellow graduate. A vision of two faces of America: the privileged and the marginalised. And the ugly privileged are tearing off their masks.

4 Oct 2018 - 8:06PM

News about US Supreme Court nominee jogs a disturbing memory for a fellow graduate. A vision of two faces of America: the privileged and the marginalised. And the ugly privileged are tearing off their masks.

Yale has many Brett Kavanaughs. One of them peed on my door