Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Jan 26, 2012
The documentary “The Invisible War” is already bringing much needed attention to the problem of rape in the military.
Asian American Press, News Report, Posted: Jan 21, 2012
he Asian Pacific American Legal Center condemns derogatory remarks against Korean Americans expressed by co-host John Kobylt (KFI 640) during the Jan. 5 broadcast of Clear Channel’s “The John and Ken Show.”
Talk.Onevietnam.org, News Report, Posted: Jan 15, 2012
Billed as the first Vietnamese film to positively depict gay romance, the film tells the story of 20-year-old Khoi as he ventures to Saigon after being disowned by his family
Talk.Onevietnam.org, News Report, Posted: Jan 11, 2012
The surreality of “Justin Bieber” and “Vietnamese robot firms” being in the same sentence aside, who’s excited to see what Vietnam has to offer in the latest robotics technology?
Colorlines, News Report, Posted: Jan 11, 2012
Even George Lucas Had a Hard Time Finding Funding for Film With Black Leads.
Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Jan 03, 2012
Flawless skin is something just about every woman wishes she had. For people who are not blessed with good genes and naturally impeccable skin, expensive (and time consuming) skin care treatments are what prevent them from achieving the age-defying skin that celebrities seem to have.
Mundo Hispánico, News Report, Posted: Jan 01, 2012
After 45 years in Atlanta, artist and art teacher Gloria Patiño just turned 90, bringing a new spirit to the growing number of Georgia’s Latino elders.
Rumbo, News Report, Posted: Dec 29, 2011
A boxer's shorts have led to the cancellation of the results in last month's mayoral election in Morelia.
Iexaminer.org, News Report, Posted: Dec 28, 2011
One of Vietnam’s best-known actors, Don Duong — once labeled a traitor by his country’s armed forces — has died of heart failure and a brain hemorrhage at age 55, relatives said.
Firstpost.com, Commentary, Posted: Dec 25, 2011
Charles de Gaulle famously said, “My only international rival is Tintin.” Now Hergé’s Tintin will have his own rival — Spielberg’s Tintin.
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