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A student has landed himself in hot water at Chinese Culture University (CCU) for several reasons, one of which was the fact that during final examinations in January, he produced a racy drama named after the celebrated Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei. A local press report noted, “The entire play was performed in the nude” (TT 3-16-12 p. 2).
2012/3/25
A not so subtle series of changes has crept into my evenings recently. These changes, both exciting and occasionally unsettling, have pushed me to reflect about how I use my limited “leisure time.”
2012/3/18
A not so subtle series of changes has crept into my evenings recently. These changes, both exciting and occasionally unsettling, have pushed me to reflect about how I use my limited “leisure time.”
2012/3/18
The headline in a local English paper last Sunday caught my eye. “China pledges to reach out to Taiwan's youth” (TT 3-4-12, p. 3). The China Post covered the story the same day on page 11.
2012/3/11
A priest (“shen-fu”) who occasionally reads this column said to me the other day that finding a topic this week ought to be a cinch.
2012/3/4
A delegation of aides from the United States Congress visited my campus some years ago, and I was quick to accept an invitation to meet them as a group in the company of several colleagues and student representatives.
2012/2/26
A delegation of aides from the United States Congress visited my campus some years ago, and I was quick to accept an invitation to meet them as a group in the company of several colleagues and student representatives.
2012/2/26
I've been skimming through a stack of recent newspapers the past couple of days to see what I missed here at home while on a ten day trip outside the country. Maybe it's my imagination, but I seem to be finding an avalanche of news stories that somehow all focus on what we call “celebrity.”
2012/2/19
As we hopped from The Year of the Rabbit into The Year of the Dragon this past week, many of us, I'll wager, looked back over what the last year brought our way and, at the same time, anticipated new times to come.
2012/1/29
Few news stories carry the potential to galvanize the far flung academic and student community of Taiwan like our recent tragedy in Japan.
2012/1/15
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